To share or not to share? This is a question I’ve often pondered, having encountered arguments both for and against the act of sharing one’s ideas. At present, I remain indecisive about which stance is superior.
In my view, both perspectives have merit and occupy their own unique spaces in our lives. There are instances where it is imperative to share and others where discretion is the wiser course. The real challenge lies in discerning which is which.
Today’s experiences made it abundantly clear: not only is it crucial to know what to share, but also with whom to share. Even the most share-worthy pieces of information can backfire if divulged to the wrong audience.
Regrettably, I’m unaware of any definitive framework that aids in this decision-making process. As it stands, these choices seem largely dictated by personal intuition.
Be wary of naysayers who might dismiss your ideas as worthless, possibly due to their own biases. On the flip side, some people may overly encourage you, either to spare your feelings or because they lack the expertise to offer a critical assessment.
Ehoneah Obed: Pharmacist, Software Engineer, Health Informatics Student.
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