An extraordinary article that goes to the bottom of the "looking good" style, who prevailing in the social media area as also in the real life today. The only thing that seems to matter now is the volume, and this, at the expense of quality. Steve Pavlina gives us his version who I personally find very interesting. [note Martin Gysler]
For the past several months, I’ve been going through a social reboot. This involves consciously reassessing my social life and deciding what connections and social habits to maintain and what to change.
But this year I’ve decided to go further with this process and declare outright social bankruptcy. This is an area of my life that was far enough off track that changing it for the better is closer to starting over from scratch than making modifications to an existing structure. It’s more analogous to changing careers than it is to tweaking an existing career.
I could see that my social life was becoming exceedingly unbalanced. It was a source of many stimulating connections, but the overall big picture wasn’t working very well.