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Could you be approaching your social media accounts all wrong? Instead of being drowned in all the unnecessary noise on the internet, everyone could really benefit from sharing bite-sized wisdom. Stephen Jaye talks with Chris Huynh, the creator of "The Minute Wisdom,” who does an alternative approach in online content creation. He talks about how he builds a community of like-minded people focused on self-development and embracing a childlike curiosity, one inspiring quote at a time. Chris also emphasizes how social media should be seen as a platform for healthy and meaningful discussion. He explains the right time to block or mute people and why a huge number of followers doesn’t equate to one’s success. --- Listen to the podcast here: The Minute Wisdom With Chris Huynh Welcome to Action's Antidotes, your antidote to the mindset that keeps you settling for less. I'm Stephen Jaye AKA Action. In this show, I plan to share with you a series of stories about people who have taken on initiatives that are inspiring to me and hoping that they are inspiring to you as well. I bring in different guests, different types of people from different backgrounds that have all taken on some kind of initiative to improve their lives and the lives of the community around them. I plan to share with you a series of stories that could range from something along the lines of starting a business to something more like overcoming fear, starting community groups or even just getting into shape. My reason for starting this show is observing a lot of people out there struggling with different areas of their lives, trying different things, wanting something new, different and need the courage to go out and do it. What I have discovered is that I have observed a lot of people with different challenges and desires. We all want different things but the one commonality to all of it is getting into the right mindset, believing that you are deserving of what you want, that you are capable of getting what you want and that you are going to go out and do it. That's like, "I can, I should and I will," type of thing. With that being said, I'm hoping these stories inspire you to take on whatever you want to take on to make your life as good as it possibly can. I have for you my first guest, Chris Huynh, who put together a Twitter account that has somewhat of a similar motivation called Minute Wisdom. Chris, welcome to the show. Steve, thanks for having me on as your inaugural guest. I appreciate everything that you have done so far in creating this show, seeing it through to fruition and coming together as a guest. I'm glad to be a part of it. Thank you. I'd rather have 100 followers who that are wanting to use my content and apply it to their daily lives than 500 passive followers. I'm inspired by Minute Wisdom. What inspired you to start this Twitter account? @TheMinuteWisdom is the Twitter handle. The biography of the handle is, "Wisdom you can apply in your daily lives in a minute or less." It comes from modern-day philosophy that we have attention spans as long as microwave popcorn. I thought it was funny in the sense that we are all looking to improve professionally and personally or improve any other avenue of life but we want to do so in quick bite-sized pieces. During March time, when the world had gone down to hell and people were trying to figure out ways to cope with this new normal, the reality of being locked down and working from home, I thought, "What better way to take advantage of all this extra time that I had working from home and also the desire to have a creative outlet in the form of writing?" I thought, "Twitter would be a great place to start." Having experience with a personal Twitter account and knowing how that social media platform works, I thought, "Why not create an anonymous Twitter handle called @TheMinuteWisdom, share some of my thoughts that I have been having the last three months of this lockdown and at t...