As I have explained numerous times before , the tried and true practice of the internet is to share, gain feedback and grow your ideas. Like, share, follow. The infographic I have featured left explains how a blog post can grow your idea and permeate it through social media so it will both gain traction and come back to you with ideas and changes which will help develop your own thinking. You are not alone. You need not be alone. You do not have to sit there trying to come up with ideas and performance attainments. You can take yourself from where you are, share your thoughts and ideas and then blog or tweet them, share them in another social setting and the feedback you gain will help you decide the validity of your ideas and whether to pursue them as they stand or to adapt and change them. No idea is too small or too unworthy. Nothing is wasted. From all the sharing and repetition in different arenas we come to a common understanding of what we believe and think. We also create a cultural stability. If you look at the 35 social media infographics on Pamorama you can see another one which says Twitter is 43% babble and 38% conversation. Babble is an interesting choice of word. Tends to suggest the tweets are not worthwhile but people might just be throwing the ideas out there to see what happens. So called silly tweets can often get some serious thinking going. There is another infographic about balancing your social media diet. Certainly worth considering and certainly an infographic which makes you think about how you spend your time engaging with social media and how children/students should be balancing their time. This is something which people are thinking about at the moment and making lifestyle changes accordingly. The infographics are there to promote and provoke thought and consideration.