Let’s face it, the inter-connectivity of the world has us constantly wondering about our “internet profile.” What do people see when they find us online, whether it be Facebook, Youtube, LinkedIn, or that very obscure Russian dating site ComradeForLife.com that you were desperate to try after a few bad dates?
This has us stressed, desperately trying to create a persona for the people to see.
This is the true me! You triumphantly proclaim. I’m just this down to earth guy/gal that has all sorts of interests and is sometimes a little crazy!
This all may be true, even annoyingly so, but so many times we are caught chasing our tails, putting up pictures, posts, images, etc, and editing everything to our liking that we don’t realize that if we were to just stop, we could actually be focusing on the kinds of activities that result in wholesome self knowledge and which to lead to more genuine living. [Read more…] about Your Most Important Asset: Authenticity