First of all,  it is expedient to keep your private life private and your public life public. 
The chief reasons for this thought is simply because of security and safety reasons. Many lifes , homes, emotions and career etc have been battered and destroyed when they made their private life public. 
So what part of your life should you keep private:

1. Your Love Life: This includes your relationship i.e your spouse and kids. Putting up every picture of your wife and her details on Social media can spell doom. Flaunting your kids on Social media especially with their school uniform on, is not a safe decision in the Era of kidnapping and obscene crimes. 

2. Your Income: Do you need a prophet to tell you how dangerous or the risk this could portend? If you ask those that have been robbed in their homes or offices before,  you will discover that 60% of robbery was due to information leak. So guide financial info about you jealously 

3. Your Next move: We live in a competitive world. Ideas not yet developed shouldn't be shared,  else,  someone else will be making money from an idea you shared with them in which they acted on before you did. 
In any invention,  the first mover theory/strategy usually suffice. So be careful what you share with people. 

Do you Know anything else that should be kept private in your life?  SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS IN THE COMMENT FIELD BELOW. 

Yours inspirationally, 


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