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Who owns the media

Who owns the media owns the narrative!

That is the number one rule of social media.

Don’t try to change people, it is hard. And is it really worth it?

Many people use the social media to create a fortress of their own beliefs and don’t accept any feedback.

Trying to change them takes way too much time and you must really know the price you pay.

Mainly your time and the fact that someone might ridicule your point of view.

Next time, when something on the social media provokes you to comment or respond, just ask yourself:

What do I really want?

Maybe you don’t want to waste your time with this.

Just maybe you want to skip it and focus on the important things in life.

Don’t try change their narrative, but try to create your own, and maybe, just maybe, you will influence them enough so they will also change their own.


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