Failing at anything never feels good. We cringe at the thought of saying we’re going to do something, telling others, and then falling flat on our face for everyone to see. Nothing seems more petrifying than accepting the vulnerability that comes with going after whatever your self-defined success is.
Social media gives us the ability to share more content, have less human interaction and a lower attention span than ever before. In the midst of all that, the Kardashians and Snookie are arguably placed in higher regard than important current events. No matter how many likes your selfie gets or what the newest trending fashion is, day to day to day importance comes by what you say, the people you say it to and how you prove it.