We looked inside some of the tweets by @stevebartlettsc and found useful information for you.
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Lockdown and the global health crisis gave people 3 months to overthink everything. This caused one of the greatest “spiritual” awakenings of our lifetime. We now have a clearer view of what and who matters - an important lesson that life tends to teach us the hard way.
Just because someone looks successful, doesn’t mean they know everything about success. Just because someone looks fit, doesn’t mean they know everything about fitness. Results don’t guarantee total knowledge and authority misleads people just as much as naivety.
If you want to understand the future potential of Whatsapp, check out WeChat. There you can: - Hail a cab - Book doctor appointment or apply for a visa - Repay credit cards, pay bills, buy virtual currencies - Transfer money - Send money to friends - Play games And much more
BIG SOCIAL MEDIA NEWS: Whatsapp has today announced that you will be able to pay friends and businesses (for free) using WhatsApp. We're at the start of a major shift in "social commerce" where bills, shopping, and other payments will happen seamlessly within social apps. https://t.co/H9bHbMXzcQ
'We can spend time trying to deal with statues but until you address the cause of systemic racism it will rear its ugly head.' @stevebartlettsc says teaching young black kids about successful black role models is far more important than bringing down statues. https://t.co/0amoQKBLoX
Arguing is good if you're arguing with the right person. Pointless arguments are YOU vs THEM. Productive arguments are YOU and THEM vs THE PROBLEM. Don't waste energy arguing with people who care more about “winning” or offending you, than solving the problem.
It's been incredible to see people of all races standing in solidarity in streets all over the world. It's been incredible to see people use their platforms to educate and inform. But please don't assume anything from someone's silence and don't pressure them to react like you.
As a black man, that has experienced racism throughout my life, I don't want people to post because they think they have to or because they feel pressured to. I would rather they spent their time listening, learning, and reflecting. After all, real change starts at home.