The Cook Up 005: What’s Next for Social Media?
Jan 14, 2021 4:01 am
What’s Next for Social Media?
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What's up Everyone!
Greetings from Brooklyn. I'm your humble and gracious curator here delivering you another week of interesting reads to help you stay on your A-game.
This week's newsletter is packed with goodies. I'm sharing ideas on what's next for social media, the future of work, the creator's hierarchy of needs, and a new study suggesting that faking your emotions at work is burning you out.
Before we start dive-in, I want to mention that I published one new article this week: 3 Types of Friendships You Have According to Aristotle.
Check it out and let me know what you think.
Also, a big thank you to Larry Kim, founder of WordStream, for following me on Clubhouse! I would read the WordStream blog a lot when I started learning PPC. Pic because you know... it's social proof. Ha!
Since the housekeeping is done, Let's start cooking!
As always feel free to hit reply and share what you liked, or disliked.
New Psychology Research Suggests “Deep Acting” Can Reduce Fatigue and Improve Your Work Life
“Faking and suppressing one’s emotions during interactions with coworkers is associated with emotional exhaustion at work, according to new research published in the Journal of Applied Psychology.”
No Meetings, No Deadlines, No Full-Time Employees
“The internet has enabled new ways of working, but we’re just starting to see them unfold. There are a lot of different ways to make work work.”
People work at Gumroad as little as they need to sustain the other parts of their lives they prefer to spend their time and energy on: a creative side-hustle, their family, or anything else.
“Slowly, but surely, due to movies like “The Social Dilemma” and “The Great Hack”, people are getting more self-aware about their social media and internet usage...If 2020 showed us anything (again), it’s that social networks have an incredible power to influence the masses.”
Clubhouse's App Influencer Program
“The app is testing an invite-only “Creator Pilot Program” with more than 40 Clubhouse influencers who represent a new class of online fame. So far, they’ve been promised regular meetings with one of Clubhouse’s founders and early access to special tools designed for power users.”
“Creators have a hierarchy of needs as they grow. Understanding these needs helps you build products that creators love.”
“Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the world as we know it and we want to make sure that everyone is prepared.”
Tools and Resources
“TalentSmart tested emotional intelligence alongside 33 other important workplace skills, and found that emotional intelligence is the strongest predictor of performance.”
Google's AI Assistant Can Now Make Real Phone Calls
Seen On Twitter
Thank you, Andy, for sharing this with me! Loved this tweet.
Quote of the Week
“Without friends, no one would choose to live, though he possessed all the other goods.”
Thank you, for being my friends. 🙂
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