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On a superficial level, that might mean we're more likely to order candy on a plane if the person sitting next to us does so.
But a more insidious form of this "social contagion," as psychologists call it — and the one that really interests David — is that we can end up living someone else's dreams, instead of our own.
Here's what David, who is the author of "Emotional Agility," told Altucher:
"We can often land up being in a way in our lives where we turn around and we say, 'How did I get here?' I was just going on with the flow. I was just doing what everyone else told me to do."