Snapchat used to be my #1 social tool due to the powerful features and ability to connect with friends.

As a traveler, it made it really easy to stay in touch with people and stay updated on people. It was simply the best way for me to communicate!

In fact, I even used to sometimes ask for people’s “Snapchat” instead of their phone #’s or Facebook because I found it more convenient.

Unfortunately I don’t use Snapchat that often anymore. The product has been destroyed.

What used to be a powerful product now lacks basic functionality such as video posting- my photos & videos often will not post, and the application is extremely glitchy.

Through this I’ve came up with a great life philosophy: don’t fix a perfect product.

Hell, don’t fix perfect habits too! If something is working, why change it?

Look, I’m not saying don’t improve, and don’t strive to be the best.

What I am saying is that you should never re-create the foundation of what made something good.

Always try to improve, but don’t re-invent the wheel. Do you follow what I’m saying?

Check out my full video on it by clicking HERE.