Human beings are wired to judge each other almost instantly. Is this person friend or foe? Will they hurt us or help us? Do I trust them or avoid them?

And in the age of social media these instincts are lit on fire all day every day. We judge people based on their profile picture, their status update, their spelling errors, their comments on Instagram.

This is an unfortunate reality but we ALL have to cope with it if we want to utilize the powers of social media for good, as well.

In this video below, I explain how to just do that.

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