This post is part of our Non Sequitur Fridays series, which will feature a different Wistia team member's take on a non-Wistia-related topic each week. It's like our "employee of the month" but less "of the month"-y. Jordan Munson is a customer champion at Wistia.
"Who are you?"
For me, that's not a really hard question to answer. It's probably not that tricky for you to answer, either. How about this one, though:
"Who do people think you are, based on what you post to social media?"
Much harder, right? It was for me, too. Not long after Facebook launched for colleges, I started my first year at university (Northeastern, to be specific—go Huskies!) and hopped aboard the Facebook train. At that point, I had no idea what I was doing and mostly treated it like MySpace, posting as much stuff as I thought would make me look cool and goofing off with my friends. I never thought for a second about what folks actually thought of who I was based on that stuff, but I was pretty sure I didn't need to worry since only my friends (folks who already knew me) could see it. In recent years, all of that has drastically changed.