There’s a new ad that makes you feel good about yourself: a new, non-advertising movie advertisement.
In this new ad, which aired Monday night on ABC’s Super Bowl 50, the narrator, a young man, talks about how he feels like a superhero, “like Superman, but for movies.”
And then he says, “This is the movie that makes me feel like I’m doing what I need to do.”
It’s an incredible quote.
And it’s not just because it’s the right message to deliver to the viewers.
It’s also because it has a very clear and immediate message.
It makes the viewers feel good, it makes the audience feel like they’re part of a community, and it makes them feel good in their lives.
So, what does this ad do for you?
And what does it do for the audience?
First, it means that the ads you see on the internet and in TV ads don’t need to be bought.
People don’t have to go out and spend money to see ads.
The ads on TV and on the web are all paid for by ad networks and advertisers.
And the fact that it is not paid for means that it can be made to feel like you’re actually doing something, even if it’s just talking to a friend, buying a pair of shoes or doing a little shopping.
You can still watch ads on YouTube and the like.
But if you want to feel good and feel empowered, you’re better off not doing that.
Second, it gives you a sense of pride and accomplishment.
The ad’s narrator says, This is how I feel like a super hero.
This is what I’ve done for the last 15 years of my life.
You feel like, Well, I did something.
You see that in my eyes.
You see in my heart that I did it.
And I can look back and say, Well I did all the right things for the right reasons, too.
And you know what?
That feels good.
You know what I mean?
You know what’s great?
And third, it is powerful because it is a real statement of who you are and what you want.
And by being that, it says, I’m not alone.
It shows that people feel that way about themselves.
It feels like I have a reason for being.
It shows that I have power.
It tells people that I am not alone in being who I am.
It also shows that you don’t just get what you need because you’re the smartest person in the room, or because you have a supermodel wife, or a super-awesome kid, or the like, but because you work hard and you have integrity and you do things that are right for you.
This is what this new movie advert is saying: That you have an obligation to help the world and the world is going to be a better place for you because you are an example of what you do, that you are a super person, that this is the right thing to do, and that it will help the rest of us be better.
That feeling is a lot like a “thank you” that you did something worthwhile, but it’s also a message that can help you feel empowered and happy, because it shows you that you do matter.
And that you have something worth fighting for.
And if you’re going to make a difference, you have to do something worthwhile and good.
So there’s that.
But what does that feel like to you?
It feels like you just stepped back from the world.
You’ve been in it all along.
It has taken you this long.
But you can finally see the real you.
And as long as you can see that you’re not alone, you can continue to make things better for others, because you believe in that.
You believe in yourself.
You don’t feel bad about what you’re doing.
You know, if you go out to buy something, you don, so long as it’s for the good of others, then that’s great, right?
But if it comes from a place of pride, then it’s a little bit different.
It can be a little more empowering.
So I know what you’ve been thinking, “Oh, this is why I don’t like advertising, right?”
No, I don, because that feels like an advertisement, it feels like people telling you what to do.
It doesn’t feel like what I’m about to say, because what’s that supposed to do for me?
It’s not saying that you should stop buying stuff, or that you shouldn’t do things for yourself.
That’s not what it’s saying.
The whole point of advertising is to get the message across to you.
It wants you to feel a certain way, and to feel empowered in your life, and then it wants you, as the viewer, to believe that you