I’m sure the phrase “trending topic” isn’t a word you’ve ever heard in your life.
And that’s because there’s a lot of great content to share about this topic.
But what does it mean to be trending?
What does the term “tipping point” mean?
When it comes to how you should be using your own data, it’s often useful to think about a tipping point.
A tipping point is the point at which you have to take action.
And for most of us, this is where we start to see the impact of what we’re doing.
For instance, if we’ve spent some time following the news of the day, we’ve likely noticed a trend in our own behavior, whether that be our behavior towards others or our tendency to get emotional when we’re stressed.
It’s when we start feeling compelled to act that we start pushing ourselves to make some changes.
To illustrate this concept, I’ve written a book called “Tipping Points,” which explains exactly how tipping points work.
When it comes right down to it, a tipping moment is when something has enough momentum to make us want to take drastic action.
The more we’re willing to do something, the more likely we are to take the next step.
If you’re curious about how to use your own personal data in the way that makes sense for you, here’s what I’m talking about in this post.
But before you jump into this, you should definitely check out my post on how to leverage data from a website like Facebook to make more interesting content.
If you’re more of a data geek than I am, you can download my book and read all of the content there.
What do you think about the word “ticking”?
Do you know how to get more of an impact from your data?
Share your thoughts in the comments below.