To speak out. Of course speaking out does not only mean updating your social media profiles with some witty status. The web allows you to do much more than that and you don’t have to be a web geek in order to do that. The concept of Web 2.0 (though old now) allows you to make whatever you want out of the web. Websites like Hubpages, Squidoo, WordPress, Blogger, Typepad (paid) empower you to voice out.
You are not obligated to only write about the current socio-political issues of the society or entrepreneurial leadership thoughts. Express anything that you would like to comment on. A key learning from a day at the office, the unexpected happiness that you felt after a conversation with a far-off friend. The basic idea here is to incite and realize the fact that you have learnt something new and you are clear with what you have learnt. It’s okay that people do learn, realize…..without penning it down everytime. By capturing what you learnt in written encourages the mind to stroll beyond mere realization and closes several other loopholes. It is basically a reflection of your perception of the whole situation.
Perception is something people love to read about, especially when it is unconventional. So if you have something you’d like to share, speak out. Social media – with its simple interface and complex engineerism – provides you just about everything you need..…for Free.