January 24, 2020 Daily Post
“This is for your own protection.”
Does that sentence make you feel safe? Or as though your independence and freedom has been compromised?
Whether it’s Google reading your emails or Facebook controlling your timeline, the things that people do “for your protection” are seldom for reasons beyond their own.
Check your words. Is your business telling the truth in its communications, or are you doing things “for their protection”?
Check the words of those you trust. Are the businesses you deal with telling the truth in their communications? Know that you can reject them if they don’t.
We’re grown men and women. We don’t need organizations with clouded agendas doing things “for our protection”.
Vote for progress with your dollars, and earn the votes of those you wish to serve with your integrity. It means more to them than you think it does.