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Why it’s not enough to “like”

I notice something this week about ‘like’ ‘unlike’ and comments. Many people click the like or unlike button on other posts. Not so many people leave comments. 


It is interesting in topics I follow there are usually more likes to unlikes, but the comments are general negative. 


Our efforts to produce ‘remarkable’ content should prompt responses  from both those who agree as well as those who disagree. 


It is easy to click a button, but more risky to make a comment. 


If a majority of the comments are opposite what the general consensus, the reader is left with an invalid perception. 


If we agree with a post, we should be willing to speak up for them.


It’s not enough to click ‘like‘ if we want to influence the world.  

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