I changed my Facebook profile photo, finally.
I turned off the notification and hid it from the Timeline.
I thought I was in the clear until a friend texted, “Nice hat.”
Damn, the picture.
I was still getting those Likes.
I told the friend how I felt being exposed.
His reply opened me up.
It’s about being shameless and knowing what you’re willing to die on.
So what are you willing to sacrifice to get what you want?
For example: I am willing to show people sloppy versions of my scripts because I want to be known as somebody who writes a lot. Somebody else might be more of a perfectionist and do twice as many revisions, but have half as many scripts and/or notes. But that’s what I sacrifice.
Since I’ve chosen to be on social media, I’ve chosen to give away some privacy for exposure and visibility.
If you don’t like to be Liked, don’t post.
If you don’t want to be read, don’t write.
If you don’t want to be criticized, don’t do a thing.
You do it, I do it, because we know we have a voice. We deserve to be heard.