“I cannot add anyone without removing someone. Every single time, it is a hard exercise to go through. But over time, the 88 have become more and more valuable. It’s like starting with raw sugar and ending up with pure addictive cocaine.”
Over on my Twitter account I regularly narrow the number of people I follow and each time I do so my feed gets better.
So this Avinash Kaushik post about what happens when you only follow 88 people on Twitter makes total sense to me.
He explains how doing so reveals the value of limits, makes your feed more consciously diverse, and forces you to be intentional about who you choose to give your attention.