The distinction between what is trendy and what is actually on trend is crucial. Trendy is short-term, but a trend lasts for a long time. Quickly fashionable items are called "trendy," while the development of a true "trend" takes years.

Trends can alter technology, infrastructure, business practices, and cultural norms; trendy things frequently don't change anything. Rarely do things that are trendy actually become a trend.

You can avoid being trendy as a brand, but you must follow trends.

Here are some examples:

Trendy

Trend

Metaverse

Machine Learning

Clubhouse

Podcast

NFT

Blockchain

Dukan or Watermelon Diet 

Vegan Nutrition

Social Media Fast

Screen Time Limitations

Four-day work

Remote working

Quite Quitting

Side-Hustle

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