Vision Challenge # 7
Break the Rule Be Popular using vision challenge # 7.
What if your connections on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc were limited to people you'd be willing to communicate directly with if they posted something you vehemently disagreed with, as opposed to quietly unfollowing, blocking, or hiding their presence?
This challenge is to create a guide or policy you use in choosing or allowing new friends and contacts into your digital world.
What's the purpose of saying yes to connecting with someone you barely know or don't know at all even?
When there is no personal contact, connection, or knowledge of a person — and therefore little basis for any true concern, empathy, or caring — what is accomplished by linking up?
You might have a clear reason and strategy for exactly who you connect with and why.
Or you may be indulging in the activity of searching for some intangible gain while risking nothing from your side.
What's your vision for connection in your life?
How exposed, vulnerable, and real are you willing to be about your mission on planet earth with your "friends."
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