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233 – I quit social media for 30 days

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233 – I quit social media for 30 days

Feels good to be back! On today’s episode, I’m sharing an experiment that I started back in June. I removed the major social media platforms from my main phone and…
July 20, 2021

233 – I quit social media for 30 days

Feels good to be back!

On today’s episode, I’m sharing an experiment that I started back in June. I removed the major social media platforms from my main phone and wanted to see how my behavior changed.

In this episode you’ll learn:

  • Why I moved social media off my main phone
  • What comparing myself with others on social media did to my creativity
  • What happened to my behavior during those 30 days?
  • Did I fall victim to the power of social medial algorithms?
  • Will I continue this experiment?  

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