Are you taking an interest in others online? Do you see how social media is like in-person networking, a neighborhood BBQ, or your neighborhood cafe? It is! When you're at such gatherings, events, or local places, do you take the time to ask questions about the people you're meeting? I sure hope so! Social media is the same thing but in digital. YOUR CHALLENGE IS THIS! Be GIO. Take a Gorilla Interest in Others for a few weeks. Report back to me how it goes. I'd love to hear!
You can find some extra help to achieve your GIO mission here https://www.brandywhenry.com/freebie.
Today's Tips: 1) When recording video, talk as if you're talking to someone who would be most interested in what you have to say. Maybe that's your best friend, an agent who thinks you're brilliant, or your ideal client or customer. 2) Create a YouTube Channel to post your videos. You'll soon have links to send clients, newsletter subscribers, and customers to when you want to expand on a topic or a question they've asked. Click here for my not so fancy YouTube Channel. Just that dozen or so videos allow me to link folks to when I hope to better explain myself and, thereby, help them.
FREE RESOURCE! The pictures and videos on your phone. Seriously! They say so many wonderful things about you.
Uplifting Bit. You truly have good things inside of you to share. You do!
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