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This week theme on the Daily Beat: We take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts in the fields of psychology and technology.
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Today’s break down: Do we compromise our moral ethics for fear of missing out (FOMO)?
Don’t miss a beat!
Today: Tuesday, May 5, 2015 – Listen in as The Daily Beat learns from people all over NYC on their personal experiences with FOMO and how it affects their lives. We also round it out with an expert opinion on the matter, Joseph Grenny about Getting a ‘Like’ over Having a Life.
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