Life is short, but frustration is not. We are largely in control of the pain we expose ourselves to. The crowd — and the mode in which it delivers frustration — changes with the times. I am learning to be nimble in my efforts to minimize its damaging impact. I didn’t realize that nestled in the lesson I taught my children about branding themselves would be a lesson for me. There are real friends, and there are acquaintances. Both groups are in complete control of their own brand, and you can choose to buy or boycott. You will benefit from the clarity.
How To Avoid Social-Media Frustration
The recent presidential election taught her the importance of managing and filtering social media.
by TRISHA Henderson • More.com Member