[W]hen a message is squeezed through a twenty-second news spot, so much can be lost that what is left will fail to move anyone enough to make them turn off the set and actually do something. Meanwhile, the viewers will believe that they have learned everything they need to know on that subject and will be bored the next time they hear it.
Opinion is usually something which people have when they lack comprehensive information.
Can we talk real for a minute then? Do you “really” think that your problem is that you just need to gather more information and data before you start to “do” better with your commitment to yourself? Or isn’t the real truth more like -> you are already educated with enough information – beyond your level of behavioral obedience to what you already know! You don’t need to “know more” to get going- you simply need to buckle down and get real about “doing better” with what you already know.
Not always majority are correct sometimes it goes with a lack of understanding
I wont stop working until my name become a Verb.
Let our information and social technologies raise awareness and not propaganda, build connections and not passive-aggression.
It’s good netiquette to avoid information that offends or challenge errors when confronted. NetworkEtiquette.net
To succeed in this day and age, all you need to be ahead of the pack is to be informed, and turn the information into transformation for your betterment and that of others.
In some strange way, any new fact or insight that I may have found has not seemed to me as a “discovery
Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense. They listen so much that they forget to be natural. This is a nice story.