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Our persuasiveness is far more effective when we’re vague and willing to let the other people follow our ideas. If we expect them to carry out our task exactly, however, we’re setting ourselves up for failure.
Social Media is addictive. The tech companies know it and have designed their products to hook your consumer brain. Do yourself a favor: be a creator of beauty, not a consumer of ugly.
We tend to follow the thought processes of those around us, for one. Scott Adams recently echoed this same sentiment when he said that Social Media is our ‘new brain.‘ What Scott means is, we’re more influenced by the inputs to our brain than we might imagine. Rarely do we put deep original thought into our opinions or decisions (even if we don’t want to agree with that).
Visual persuasion tweaks the truth. Does that make it less real?
Know your audience, know your material, provide solutions…
Reframing our situation can have a huge impact on our happiness and understanding of the world.