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Day #17380: It’s Too Much Now

Imagine you’re in a dark room with strobe lights flashing and people talking really fast, and all of a sudden you feel irritated and want to get the hell out of there.

Triggered By Short Videos

That’s how I feel lately when I scroll on Tiktok.

As an introvert, I don’t necessarily enjoy being around people who talk non-stop or being in highly stimulating environments. That’s why short videos like Tiktok and Youtube Shorts can irritate me.

But I understand why we see fast-talking, frequent clip changes, and dynamic captions on these videos. Social media gurus say that’s how to get more views and keep people’s attention.

And while I want to improve my presentation on video, this feeling of being overstimulated and exhausted watching these short videos made me think about my content creation method over the past week.


Trying To Improve Too Many At Once

Besides thinking and learning too much about the strategies to get views, I realized that I was trying to improve too many things at once, which is why you might not see my face often on TikTok recently.

And that’s also why my videos are now in shades of black, white, and green. I needed to take a step back and unlearn some things in order to create content that works for me and my personality.

So, if you’re feeling the same way about TikTok or any other social media platform, know that you’re not alone. It’s okay to take a break and reassess your approach.

I believe it’s better to create content that feels authentic and comfortable for you, rather than trying to fit into a certain mold that may not work for you.

Let’s create content that truly in alignment with who we are.

When you’re in alignment with who you truly are, you’re connected to your Inner Being or the Source part of you.

And as Abraham said, “ONE who is in alignment with the stream of Source is more POWERFUL than millions who are not.”


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