Deep expertise: @RobinGood has been curating information and sharing best practices about knowledge work for longer than I knew social media existed. He’s a legend & this episode of the Thriving on Overload podcast is a powerful one. thrivingonoverload.com/robin-good-que…
#Niche Positioning: This is also a common issue for #startups > trying to be too many things to too many different audiences.
Josh Spector really squares why niche positioning is so damn important. Insightful advice worth gold. twitter.com/jspector/statu…
*Trust* is the n.1 factor in driving:
- longer relationships
- higher credibility
- more sales
- more requests for advice
Trust is not a salt to sprinkle on things.
Trust is something you earn
when they see that you really care.
Why do people Curate information?
Because curation is a human instinct.
A great read by @RobinGood, “Why To Curate Information”. It’s valuable for #writingcommunity and #readingcommunity to improve learning.
Here's my curation in the thread.
"The best stuff doesn’t always rise to the top and, if we’re not careful, we mistake the speed of consumption for the depth of knowledge.
This is why we need students to learn the art of curation."
Skim reading social media rewires your brain.
Think about it.
a) "...subtle atrophy of critical analysis and empathy’ -
b) ‘[lost] ability to navigate a constant bombardment of information'
c) 'retreat to shallow information”