beeI may be guilty of this as well, so I will start by saying that.

If you read a blog post or shared article or long form Post on LinkedIn and it resonates with you, you are probably going to click “like.”

But, a better, more educational move might have been to TELL US why did this move you to action?

What did you gain from it?

What story or situation was in your mind that you were able to recall from the new item?

OK I get rah-rah about LinkedIn, I know.

But in the spirit of cross-pollinating great ideas and material to share with others globally via this social medium, a few comments from you are in order.

It won’t take long.

Your impressions and insights will add to your topic expertise. That’s good.

Be a giver. Comment.

I shall too!