Being closed out of my Facebook accounts this week has been a humbling experience and a great reminder to me that we, in fact, do not own our social media accounts. It also allowed me to be insanely grateful for the email list and community I've worked hard to grow and be consistent at, as well as the presence I've built with my podcast (The Social Selling Sisterhood), my Youtube channel, my Instagram account, and my Pinterest.
Now, all those things have definitely taken a back burner to my presence on Facebook, specifically, but honestly being blocked from the site this week has driven me to really dive into presence in all those other places I mentioned, and I'm kinda secretly excited to have a real reason not to be attached to it.
Being in Facebook jail was a great reminder to me of three things:
1.If you don't have an email list and if you're not regularly communicating with it, you're really missing out on an insanely valuable client database. Remember you own your...
I like to make my business the most simple it can be. Over the years of crafting exactly how I've built my teams, my businesses, and the Social Selling Sisterhood, I realized my success can be simply narrowed down to the 4 C's: Content, Connections, Community and Consistency (and through in lots of dedication and drive, too). I'm going to break down below what these four Cs look like in my business to help you picture what this could look like for you, as well!
Content in my business is not just creating content, but also being choosy about what content I consume (and how much time I spend consuming it). As a general rule, I give myself 80% of the time to actively work my business and create action on what I've learned, and 20% of the time to consume content.
Ways I consume content include: