What you see is what you get.Posted: February 2, 2016 | |
What you see is what you get. At least on Facebook. Am I nuts at times sure we all are. Nothing new. People come people go. Social media has a very high turnover. People think more friends you are more important not necessary. Most friends you have do not care about you. The most important ones are in lists. Or if I watch out for those who are using your content that you did not give them permission. This one I do watch for If you are regularly posting about things I love to read, watch and listen. The most important people I will remember their names. Those who have the most influence on me as well. BTW did I say I am nuts at times. We all are.
If you have a successful business, you are only 5 % of the total population who are capable of even having one. Tried starting a business once years ago. Got in trouble quite. I’ll go a different path. Heck, I’ll use social media to network and build contacts so when or if I can ever use them or help others I can.
I am not in the 5% of the population. To have a business myself I would need help with the day to day things. Even day to day personal things is hard for me too. If I have trouble doing the most fundamental things how can I have a business. I am not able to, and this doesn’t mean I can’t build an online network to help other people. The main reason I am so, hyper-networked To connect others to others. in between my nutty head. Most of what I do is on a tiny part of my stability. The other part if just trying to do day to day tasks.