On the morning of June 20th, Harris tweeted that he had a major decision to make: he was going to leave Twitter for Instagram.
At the time, Harries account had 1.3 million followers.
Harris is known for his frequent and thoughtful tweets.
It was one of many that were retweeted, liked, and retweeted over the course of the next week.
But Harris’ decision to jump ship to Instagram was far from the first of its kind.
In February, Twitter had a similar decision make for its CEO, Jack Dorsey.
He also had a personal stake in the decision.
When he announced that he was leaving Twitter in February, Dorsey was quoted as saying that he’d had a “terrible year.”
Dorsey, the founder of Twitter and the former CEO of Twitter, also had his own personal stake: Dorsey and his wife were the parents of two young children.
Doriansey also had the ability to make quick decisions.
His company’s Twitter account was shut down the day after he was ousted, and he was later forced to resign from his position as CEO.
Harris had the opportunity to leave the company and go his own way.
While it was a difficult decision to take, Haris decision to leave was not one that Harris would regret.
“I feel like I’m part of the reason for why Twitter is here today, and Twitter is the reason why I’m here today,” he said.
“It’s not about money, it’s not a matter of money, I’m not getting any money from Twitter.
I don’t care.
I’m just here to make people happy, I just want to make the world a better place.”
Harries decision to give up Twitter also gives him a chance to talk to a younger generation of influencers.
The reason why Harris gave up Twitter is because he wants to see what they are doing.
As a social media influencer, Harlis wants to reach out to his younger audience.
“Twitter is like a tool that I can use to reach people and to make them happy.
I think I’m better than Twitter because I have a different perspective,” he told Buzzfeed.
Now, Harrises account has 1.5 million followers, and a lot of his followers are young.
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