Hi all, I don’t usually start threads, but I’ve been looking around lately, and it seems like we have more and more of the “superstar attitude” in yoyoing. I don’t like that.
maybe because it’s a young community and all of a sudden, yoyoing becomes very serious and important for some people because they’re good and recognized at it, which makes them think it’s ok to have that attitude towards the more “regular” people.
it’s kinda subtle and by no means would I spill some names here. this is not personal against anyone, rather an observation I’ve made several times now.
I really understand that people want to take it seriously, as a matter of fact, I do take it very seriously as I made it my job and my family relies on this to pay the bills and put food on the table, it doesn’t get much more serious than that.
but in the end, it’s still just a toy, a toy that should bring people together, make the little ones rise with the help of the community leaders. Not separate the “superstars” from the everyday kid. At least this is not how I believe the community should be.
it really bugs me to see that attitude more and more amongst reputed players or economic actors. I was wondering if I was the only one to see this…