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Your online image impacts your reputation
More than ever before we will be interacting online. I am flooded with emails and other social media sites promoting someones business. Being confined to home has mixed reviews. A forced interaction with the family, time to slow down and spend time together. What a concept. I hear appreciation for teachers as “home schooling” is not so easy. Now is the time to take advantage of what is out there. Courses, education, group chats, movies.
Never have I experienced such intense emotions and attitudes. The negativity saddens my heart. I think it is important to be sensitive to others but also recognizing how you are feeling. What triggers you? Who or what is influencing you? What steers you to believe as you do? Discover what helps to calm you and feel safe. Get centered and not full of fear and animosity during this difficult time. How many of you have gone on Facebook and have been disappointed in the responses to subject matter that is controversial? Find yourself rolling your eyes, angry, and now having an attitude toward someone that you disagree with. Facebook as well as other social media sites offer a wealth of information, both good and not so good.
I call myself an Image Mentor. What you wear, how you act, and your attitude gives a powerful first impression. I feel it is timely to give suggestions on how to make a good impression while working at home.