Never Apologize: (Dangerously) Applying Julia Child's Advice to Social
An open discussion on how to be yourself in social.
If we live in a country protected by the first amendment, why then are people fired for things they post in social media (publicly and privately)? If we have opinions and thoughts that we have the urge to share with the world, why do we feel the need to censor them or keep them to ourselves because lord only knows who will see them?
What about our children and grandchildren in 10-20-50 years? They will see every checkin, photo, like and tweet. Will they see the real you or just your cookie-cutter social brand? And what should they see? Could you imagine reading your parents' and grandparents' experiences and opinions through the past?