Is it just me who struggles every time she is asked to come up with another new password? Just me who fights against the temptation to use the same password for everything because at least then I will actually remember what my password is in any situation? Of course I realise just how risky that is!
Is it just me who knows that, for my business, the use of ‘twitter’ needs to sustainably be built into my life? Is it just me who keeps trying to do that but finds it a really difficult habit to form? Is it just me who knows that if all I tweet is stuff I have written people will view me as self-centrered but often I find myself doing just that? Is it just me who knows that I really need to use twitter to find and follow those who have interesting and inspiring things to say related to the things I too am passionate about but just don’t find the time to do it? Is it just me who knows that what I need to do (as I do face to face) is to try to connect people with information and contacts that may be useful to them just for the sake of helping, and not for my own personal gain? To get to this virtual place of sustainable, intuitive, helpfulness requires time, however, and that I seem to have too little of.
Is it just me who is uncomfortable with ‘facebook’ but knows that I need to get my head around it because most people love it? Is it just me who keeps attempting to do that but every time I go on I come off frustrated at how non-intuitive I find it and annoyed about the majority of content posted on my wall?
In this world where every piece of kit, programme and platform seem to have a varying degrees of being able to sync or share some level of information with another devices, it seems that nothing is sacred. With an ancient inbuilt desire in me to control, order and prioritise information, I know I have no choice but to lose that control and to somehow learn to swim.
Has anyone got any buoyancy aids?