As you'll read, there are fewer cut-and-dried style categories these days, which reflects consumers' desire to be different and make their homes a canvas to express their personality, not their ability to follow the crowd
Opportunist -- Exploit issues for personal gain, follow the crowd
but get in front, unsacrificing.
I don't know where I am meant to be going but I shall just follow the crowd
," she said.
And then you simply give in to the prevailing views and follow the crowd
If you do follow the crowd
, review the marketing strategies that have been used by others and see what parts are applicable for you.
Never one blithely follow the crowd
, Paprin sold off his real estate holdings, pursuing interests in the laundry machine vending field while patiently waiting before deciding it was time to return to the real estate industry.
It can run a $70 million portfolio with the resources and expertise of a $7 billion family office and doesn't simply follow the crowd
in the selection of money managers.
First, it's worth pointing out that when there is such a consensus of opinion, jockeys usually follow the crowd
and head to the favoured rail - in this case far - wherever they are drawn, nullifying, to some extent, the advantage conferred on those berthed in the high teens.
But in other ways he was a real individual and didn't follow the crowd
," the statement said.
How would you describe your style: I always try to look different, I don't like to follow the crowd
But then, Eric has never been known to follow the crowd
Say to your family: "Maybe I don't follow the crowd
like the rest of you but that's your problem, not mine.
During the latest round of the Welsh Assembly Government's Flexible Support for Business seminars, Mr Alexander said: "Freeformers don't trust the state or institutions - they're independent-thinking, self-reliant people who don't follow the crowd
Margaret Maitland is not the kind of woman to follow the crowd
or lack faith in her convictions.
WHEN Arsenal's French striker (right) eventually hangs up his boots he will probably follow the crowd
among former players and embark on a career as a pundit or a coach.