posted on Mar, 20 2004 @ 09:11 AM
Brain researchers have actually found that some people lack an enzyme that facilitates neuron transmission between receptors. Thrill seekers are
deficient in MAO enzyme levels in the brain. "The only way they can get elevated levels is by doing high-adrenaline activities." Psychologist Frank
Farley of Temple University calls these thrill seekers; TypeT.
This is EXACTLY why vacation companies ofer packages from A-Z. No matter your age, demographics or experience level, everyone has a little "T" in
them... Live life to the fullest!
But no one know they are a TypeT! Yet, they are marketed to every day!
How many times have you seen a company trying to sell a product using TypeA as the positive reinforcement image? Not many. There is a negative
connotation of being a TypeA. Probably because most TypeA's are too uptight and constipated.
But every day we see TypeT's. The issue is no one has classified them this way. Until now.
TypeT's by nature are: Outgoing, fun, exciting, dynamic, energetic, productive, powerful, resourceful, successful, coy, confident, strong,
determined, focused, skilled, smart, well trained, well educated and passionate. T's are a community that share basic core beliefs and values. Man,
what's wrong with a great group of people like that? Nothing! And that's why companies cater to and flock over these folks.
Nissan Xterra is all about TypeT! And to keep pace the Toyota "all-new 4 Runner" looks pretty "T" to me, Ford Explorer reeks of TypeT, Hummer,
Harley Davidson, Rossi skis, Thule, REI, EMS, Fox, Campagnolo, Koski,Gary Fisher,Trek, Cassin, Alpine, K2, The North Face, Atomic, Oxygen, Salomon,
Oakley, Lang, Omega, Petzl, Black Diamond, and we don't have time to list them all here. Cater to TypeT's. They just don't know it yet!
[Edited on 20-3-2004 by John bull 1]