What value are you getting from the people you follow on social media? How have they impacted your life the past 52 weeks?
Have you become more confident or insecure just reading some posts regularly?
Have you lost your self worth and sense of identity because of what you’re being fed with through some accounts?
To what extent have you compromised your values and beliefs in the cause of wanting to be like the person you literally worship on social media?
Do you feel miserable about your spouse after reading posts from someone you follow?
Is your marriage in jeopardy simply because you’re trying force another persons experience into the dynamics of your own marriage?
Have you lost touch with who you are, what you want and what is more important to you no thanks to the people you follow?
My dear, if any of the above resonates with you, then it’s important you take some time out to reflect deeply on the impact of these people on your person and your future.
Some additional questions to make your reflection more productive and help you create action plans moving forward.
What is your 2017 Social Media Review? What lessons did you learn? What are you taking with you into the new year? What are you going to stop doing?
What is your Social Media Goal for 2018?
- To reduce or increase time spent on social media by 50%.
- To create more engaging contents.
- To reduce disempowering engagements.
- To make your time on social media productive by earning income for value content given
- To touch more people in positive ways.
- To connect with individuals who would help you become a better version of yourself.
- To learn a skill via social media.
The greatest power we have that we utilise the least is the power of choice. It is yours, own it and exercise it. Put this power to use as you begin the new year. Don’t sabotage it, don’t delegate it, don’t loose it to anyone.
You can make your social media experiences rewarding for you in 2018 through the choices you make after reading this post.
What is it going to be?
Live a flourishing life