You look from the outside in yearning for what they have But you don’t see the cracks papered over with tissue paper You don’t hear the lies they tell each other or the facts they fail to mention You just see the smiling faces in orchestrated snaps and insta stories Friendships based on common enemies […]
A few months ago, a friend asked me to follow her on social media because she’s re-branding and doing new things. Of course, I obliged because she’s my friend, and you know that’s what some friends do in the 21st century…support to increase the person’s social media platform in the beginning stages. Following her, however, […]
Dr. G put together another great, necessary list! I would add that you should not post any or too many personal photos on your business page. It’s just weird and confusing.
Check out the original post and please show her some love via Monday Notes: 5 Suggestions Before Asking Someone to Follow Your Business on Social Media — K E GarlandRead more "Monday Notes: 5 Suggestions Before Asking Someone to Follow Your Business on Social Media(a reblog) — K E Garland"
There is a “stand still” moment, you have put in all the work and all your effort into a purpose. The wave of anticipation rolls over you, you have placed importance into every detail and poured your experience into every space that needed to be filled. “How will my work be received?”, that question has […]
You cannot make yourself responsible for the insecurities of others… via @ShashaSelflove 11/20/18 – Be Less — @ShashaSelflove
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Blogging and building a social media following (for my business) has helped me recognize what’s vital for sustainability and growth. I thought I’d share for those that are new to it, feel stagnate or simply lack confidence or direction in navigating the socialsphere: Consistency. Whether you commit to once a day, once a week or […]Read more "week 35|2017: 9 rules of blogging and online sociability"
When most people think of embarrassment, they usually speak of rather trivial happenings. Holes in pants, falling in mud or having something in their teeth, for instance. I won’t argue, maybe to some people this does amount to embarrassment, although much more self-conscious in its definition. The embarrassment I feel is a far greater embarrassment. […]Read more "embarrassment"