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Welcome to another episode of Inner Archeology, and today we'll be tackling a topic that might ruffle a few feathers but fits just right with what's currently happening online.
We live in a world where hostility has been unleashed. A society where the system wants us divided into Red and Blue, Vaxed and Anti-Vaxed, community members versus law enforcement, Roe V. Wade, Black versus White. Everywhere you turn, there is something that puts one group against the other. But the truth is, hatred can not defeat hate. Which is why today, we'll try to change the story and help people lead with love and halt this strange march toward destruction that we’re currently on.
Tune in to learn why it's not a good use of your time or energy to argue with people online. Discover how you can stay hopeful in the face of hostility and make a difference by creating less drama, conflict, suffering, anxiety, and pain.
Key Points From This Episode:
- The internet personified: You scream, I scream, we all scream.
- Examine the primary reasons people don't change their minds during an online argument.
- Is it really worth the trouble moving states because of taxes or covid mandates?
- Why Sarah believes people who don't want to play a part in developing a solution are 100% part of the problem.
- The benefits of avoiding arguments on social media.
- Sarah explains that success in life involves finding solutions to your problems and then giving back to society as much as possible.
- What location-independent entrepreneurs can do to impact society positively.
- Emily shares her beliefs on why we all have a responsibility to society, regardless of income.
- Becoming a location-independent entrepreneur may not be the best decision if you're trying to influence change.
- Understand that running away from your problems is a race you'll never win.
- Ranting and getting into arguments online is not a good use of your time or energy.
- Tips for managing your fear of being controlled.
- The value of actively respecting other people's opinions, even when they're contradictory to your own.
- You don't have to cut people off just because you disagree on trivial matters.
- Understand that the system wants us divided. They're scared of us united.
Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:
Book: The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life by David Brooks