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Why Companies Must Discourage 'Selfies'

Why Companies Must Discourage 'Selfies'

Does feeling better about ourselves through social media truly enhance our self-esteem? The number of followers, likes, favorites and re-tweets may create a false sense of validation. I would venture to guess that those who obsessively track their level of social media activity are sadly trying to fill a void. You become highly competitive with both yourself and your peers.It’s similar to seeking out fame. If you are seduced by your social media celebrity, once your star dims this can be a disillusioning process. People are attracted to you for the wrong reasons. Gauging your popularity through social media may be a dangerous thing. Is this your true self or your virtual self a

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