Finding social media to be an opportunity for self-examination and maturity. Your social media “friends” represent so many different aspects of your life. Some from where you grew up, some from school, some from work, some your children’s friends and their parents, some from times you don’t share with many people, and, of course, your kids. Not every joke works. Not every witticism is understood. Social media has required us to define the “who” we want to be… or, should I say, need to be.
This was created so I can use it during an upcoming trade show education session