Oversharing on social media.
Social media has brought otherwise successful careers to their knees. In today’s day and age, what you post on Facebook is unlikely to help you reach success, but it can certainly keep you from getting there. Plenty of people are under the incorrect impression that what they post on their personal or private social media accounts are just that, personal and private. Once something is on the internet, however, there is no controlling or predicting where it will go. More than one promising career has come to an abrupt halt after a person posted images of themselves drunk as a skunk or posted complaints about their job, boss or customers, and their boss found out about it.
In addition to potentially dropping exactly what they think of their boss in said boss’ lap, oversharing on social media puts a person in the habit of oversharing. This means that a person is going to be less likely to set boundaries at work, keep inappropriate thoughts to themselves and are more likely to rant when something angers them.