I live in a world of 22-year-olds.
I’ve had three of them give me Snapchat tutorials. I still don’t get it.
Facebook was born my senior year of college (2005).
In my social media life, Myspace has come and gone… RIP.
Instagram/Twitter/Vine/Periscope/Skype/YouTube/Pinterest/etc. are everywhere. Everywhere.
This new social world has created a certain type of person. Let's lovingly call him/her: A 22-year-old, optimistic, bright eyed, world changing, hashtag adventure seeking storytelling hippie meets hipster with a camera.
I love it. Really I do. I believe in them. Our future needs them. I follow them online.
But in this overly connected “social world”, there’s an interesting trend I see.
This idea of “spreading good” is being spread everywhere. Which seems good. Right?
Being a “Storyteller” is a pursued profession. Also good. Right? Everyone loves stories.
To overstate the trend: Being a good storyteller, spreading good all over the world, is the life so many twenty-somethings want. Which is great, right?
The difficulty is answering, “What is good?” and “What is your story pointing to?” Read More