Whether you are a consumer of digital media, a creator, or both, here are five rules for utilizing digital media.
Jordan Shapiro (@jordosh) interviewed Gregg Behr (@greggbehr) about fixing our education system. Gregg goes on to say, “We need to find ways, then, to give parents a chance to experiment, play, and dabble with STEM, STEAM, maker, and technology-enhanced learning.” How do you think we can encourage parents to utilize technology?
This is paraphrased from the interview Seth Godin did on the #AskGaryVee Show, Episode 185. One of Seth’s main points was that too many people use social media only to consume because that is what social media are optimized for. However, the true power of social media is the ability to create. He goes on to say that people refrain from creating out of fear. Do you create content on social media or do you only like, comment, and share? If you do not create content, what is stopping you from doing so? 🤔
As social media continue to become major forms of communication, be aware that every single thing you post is a reflection of yourself. This is true whether you are using social media for personal or professional goals. We all know that our lives are made up of SO much more than what we post. Still, it's natural for people to make judgements and associations based only on what they see.