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All the likes VS the right likes - The Curious Cult - Issue #20


The Curious Cult

March 10 · Issue #20 · View online

Life is curious. Be curious about life. Welcome to the Curious Cult.
Articles, thoughts and insights from Nic Haralambous.

I deleted my Facebook and Instagram accounts last year sometime. I can’t remember when but I do remember feeling an overwhelming sense of relief.
I hate “likes”. I hate the idea of “likes” on content, statement, articles and anything else we do in life. I’ve been out with friends and noticed them engrossed in taking, editing and posting photos of the event instead of just enjoying the actual bloody event. I made a rule to never take photographs or videos at music concerts many years ago because I wanted to enjoy just being present.
Businesses have gone “like” mad. We believe that the vanity metric of likes is what we should be striving for. Let me tell you right now: it’s tough to monetize that like button if you don’t own it.
That’s what I wrote about in this weeks article. Start going after the right likes, no the most likes.

All The Likes VS The Right Likes
I recently sent out the tweet below and was very surprised to read the answers. Click through to my Twitter and reply in the thread with what you’d do. Let’s pick up the conversation about 4 day work weeks.
"If your company offered you a 4 day work week with a 15% salary cut, would you take it?"
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