This is from an article in Financial Times. The title is Not All Successful Entrepreneurs Crave the Limelight.
He adds that social media and the modern cult of Silicon Valley plays a part, too. “For CEOs and even ordinary people, it’s a lot easier to cultivate a public persona like you’re Elvis Presley or Kim Kardashian. The means are there.
Does the sentence in bold type mean people try to make others think they are Kardashian on the social media? But how could they manage to do that, I think everyone is smarter than that. Thank you.