If you’re reading this blog post, you have access to the Internet.
This, by extension, implies that you have access to a body of information, data, statistics, teaching and experiences, on a scale that mankind has never experienced.
Daily, millions of people contribute to this mass of raw information. They share their perspectives, successes, failures and advices. With blogs, websites, podcasts and forums sharing information on everything from the best exercise routines to the steps you should follow to install a gutter correctly, we’re now challenged to use everything at our disposal to do something meaningful.
- Do we act on the fitness quotes we share on Facebook?
- Do we consciously try to implement the tips in the relationship-building article we’ve just tagged our friends in?
- It’s easy to like a motivational quote on Instagram. Has it transformed our mindset or behaviours in anyway?
We don’t need more information. We need to ask ourselves what we’re doing with all of it.