The other day, I came across this post on Twitter:
This advice from @brenebrown is a game changer. Pause what you're doing right now and make your list. 😉⚡️⚡️⚡️https://t.co/rrT0DpH0mu pic.twitter.com/6y9r3dsj3M
— Chase Jarvis (@chasejarvis) January 10, 2020
This short video contains a piece of advice that is truly thought-provoking. Whose opinions really matter to you? The idea of making a list is brand new to me. I have never considered an initiative like this, and now I see great value in it.
There’s always a small group of people you trust. Whenever you are working on new ideas, you ask them what they think, and you find their feedback useful. You respect them, and they respect you. There’s a reason why their opinions matter.
In a digital world, where anyone can criticize your work mercilessly, you have to learn who to listen to. Not all opinions matter. It’s unfair to let trolls influence your every move and your every thought.
Those whom you trust are the ones that can offer you solid comments. You know you can only expect honesty from them. Listen to them and nurture meaningful conversations.
If you were to start that list right now, how many names would there be on it?