Have you ever wanted to get personal on social media, but were afraid you’d make it *awkward*?
Oh friend, I’ve been there too!
>>It IS possible for you to be vulnerable online without making anyone uncomfortable… and the secret is for you to share from a scar, not a wound.<<
In today’s podcast episode, you’ll hear me go into depth about how to do this in a coaching session I had with a few Social Curator users on everything from leveraging video in your business to getting personal on social media without making it awkward and everything in between.
No matter how many years you’ve been in business or what industry you’re in, every business owner will take something away from this conversation and I can’t WAIT for you to hear it!
Ready to get personal on social media without making it awkward? Click play >>HERE!<<
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Becky Launder, Modern Direct Seller
Becky Launder is the CEO + Founder of Modern Direct Seller, author of 52 Tips: Build a Thriving Direct Sales Business and brains behind the Modern Direct Seller Academy, Modern Direct Seller Box, Modern Direct Seller Podcast, and Direct Sales Insights Survey. Becky is known for modernizing the direct sales industry leveraging online marketing. She and her husband, Jeremy, provide direct sales training, strategy and systems to direct sellers worldwide.
Heather Steinker, Productivity Coach
Following the crumbs in the chaos is a full-time job for Productivity Coach, Heather Steinker. As a busy mom of three and the founder of Chaos n’ Cookies, keeping moms from crumbling is her main objective. After gaining 10+ years of experience as a Director of Marketing helping build multiple 6 & 7-figure businesses for other women, Heather created the Chaos Control System to equip moms to overcome their own objections so they can live the life they want to live and start that business they always wanted. The Family Playbook, or standard operating procedure, is the tool every mama needs to save time and stress-less when chaos ensues at home. For the new biz owners, Heather also helps simplify systems on social media and other business platforms to automate processes to get their business up and running quickly and efficiently with how-to tutorials and hands-on coaching. Heather has helped hundreds of women to be more productive and self-sufficient in their homes and businesses allowing them to reclaim control of the chaos.
Robbie Page, Life Coach
Robbie is a multi-passionate entrepreneur whose NO. 1 GOAL is to bring out the VERY BEST VERSION of you. She wants every woman who takes her courses or is connected through her Inner Circle or a coaching client to go to sleep every night saying, “Good job, self!” Robbie believes that requires a personal perspective shift and takes a sistership behind you ready to cheer you on, hold you accountable to your dreams and simply be real with you. The sistership she has created in her Inner Circle is where women hold each other up and are available to answer the call when asked, “How did you do it?” Robbie’s drive every day is to give mamas in all walks of life a place to thrive as the mompreneur, the stay-at-home mom, the empty nester momma, etc.… Robbie is here to introduce them to their best self and teach them how to chase down the life they were hardwired to walk.
Rosanna Gill, Podcaster
Rosanna started her podcast, Breaking Labels, to share conversations with people who have overcome limiting beliefs and labels to show others how to do the same. It is equally important to her to create space for her audience to connect with people they may not have otherwise. From her own experiences over the years, Rosanna has had the benefit of getting to know people beyond their labels and seeing firsthand that the things that stop us from connecting and experiencing empathy are the assumptions we make based on labels. While she initially thought it would be only interviews, Rosanna has recently been sharing her own “Aha!” moments and experiences in hopes it will resonate with others.