Stop Doing This on Social Media

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Be honest with yourself.

How much time do you spend on social media?

More specifically, how much time do you spend on Facebook?

Are you someone who scrolls for hours on end looking for that perfect meme to share with your friends?

Are you someone who gets caught up in an endless stream of drama, often having to chime in with your own opinion?

Do you ever play the role of a Facebook activist and think you’re making a difference?

Do you ever virtue signal to friends and family hoping they see how ‘woke’ or ‘conscious’ you are?

If so, I’ve got one word for you:


Stop the needless scrolling.

Stop the toxic Facebook debates.

Stop the empty activism and selfish virtue signaling.

You’re not making a difference.

You’re not changing any minds.

And if you think you are, you’re fooling yourself.

The powers that be at Facebook want you to sit on their platform every moment of every day. The longer you do it, the chubbier their piggy banks get. That’s why the platform’s designed the way it is.

When you sit and scroll, they win.

When you sit and debate, they win.

When you sit and do anything on their platform…

… they win.

You need to understand this.

If you really want to make a difference… if you really want to stand up for what you believe in… if you really want your peers to see how woke and conscious and compassionate you are… there are far better ways to do it.

Ways that actually mean something.

Ways that actually help people.

Ways that actually change minds and have the potential to alter the course of humanity.

But doing that on Facebook? Nah — that’s never gonna cut it.

If you ever want your actions to mean something, do it somewhere else. Do it somewhere real. And do it for yourself.

Real change begins within — not from a post you share on your wall.


And when you’re ready 👇👇

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