We are approaching the end of the year. For most of us this is the time to Last Year’s introspection and New Year’s big resolutions…(and if you don’t usually do it I recommend it to you: time flies (!) and taking the wheel of your life brings you a lovely sense of realisation 🙂
Have you given a thought about what you accomplished this year? How do that match your good intentions from the previous new year? Yes, I know, that’s a low blow… who can remember that far? And even if you do, we all tend to be so optimistic about our capabilities 😉
But if you don’t remember what you did this year, or what you were doing that didn’t allowed you to reach your goals…well, you can always check the web to remind you about that (or as we say nowadays: just google it!)
There was recently an exhibition in New York City called The glass room: Looking into your online life about our online data imprinting and the many tools that track our online behavior.
After checking it, you will be more convinced than ever to begin 2017 with the proposed Data Detox Plan.
So here I am proposing you to put, next to your diet to recover after the gastronomic excesses of New Year’s Eve, the 8-Day Data Detox Plan. It will help you see how you look like to others online, and adjust the level of traces you leave behind, taking back control of your public image, of your ‘persona’.
Happy New Year 2017! let me pass along a great message from my friend Marie-Noëlle (do I have to mention that she has a communication agency? ;-): ‘Welcome the 365 new opportunities to convert your goals into success’