Mich Hancock of 100th Monkey: 5 Things We Can Each Do To Make Social Media And The Internet A Kinder And More Tolerant Place

Yitzi Weiner
Authority Magazine
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18 min readNov 25, 2020

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Your Feed Reflects You — Consider taking action if your feed is filled with anger, fights, and negativity. On Facebook, for example, you can unfollow a person or a page that focuses negativity. Also, realize that algorithms of social platforms learn from you because you’ve taught them what you want to see and who you wish to engage with — from here on out post and comment to promote kindness. Do this and see what happens to your feed after just a few weeks. It’s a game changer!

As a part of my interview series about the things we can each do to make social media and the internet a kinder and more tolerant place, I had the pleasure to interview Mich Hancock

Mich Hancock is the dynamic CEO of 100th Monkey, a company focused on creating quality human connections and interactions, leads and conversions for B2B and B2C clients through social media.

Mich is also the Co-Founder of TEDxStLouis, an innovative and thought-provoking organization that brings TED Talk experiences to St. Louis. She interviews TEDx speakers and St. Louis movers and shakers on her popular MichMash Podcast.

She is a sought-after speaker, delivering workshops and seminars for organizations, including the Olin School of Business at Washington University. Mich also works with organizations and individuals to help them “TED-ify” their presentations.

Thank you so much for doing this with us! Our readers would love to “get to know you” a bit better. Can you share your “backstory” with us?

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Yitzi Weiner
Authority Magazine

A “Positive” Influencer, Founder & Editor of Authority Magazine, CEO of Thought Leader Incubator