You have the choices available to you for where your attention is applied. With current media, it would seem that there are almost too many opportunities to sanely make our way through each day.
One option for us is to close out any media seeking to “inform” you on a decision you may or may not need to make. By never experiencing these prompts, we would miss the chance to have listened and learned by our following thoughts and actions.
Another option is to only absorb media that confirms what you have always believed. This will save time and you will not have to fully engage in learning experiences, this will be done for you.
Be aware that many want your attention and that there is a simpler course to take. Engage to learn and to experience largely toward your purpose in life. If it wouldn’t impact your purpose, think to consider it for a moment to then retain or to modify your course. From purpose, you are finding a course for yourself and know that there are lessons to be learned along the way. Media as an influence would serve below the value of your purpose.
“Life is pretty simple: You do some stuff. Most fails. Some works. You do more of what works.” — Leonardo da Vinci —