Why it’s important to take breaks from social media, how it can help you better market your services, and how you can start today!
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Yes! A lot of going! Love them but I’m super exhausted!
Ooohh!! Love this analogy!
Amber Wise right? The conference analogy came to me recently and I was like, “that makes total sense!”
I take off all day on Sunday’s and every weekday from 5-8pm. Do you recommend more or less?
Amber Wise that sounds like a great schedule!
Conferences are exhausting. I never thought of social media in the same way.
Kate Allyson right? I don’t go to many (well, before the pandemic ) and that was the first thing I thought of.
The conference made sense to me too!
Love this reminder…battery recharges are so needed!
Right? We often forget that just like our devices we need to poweroff.
Ed Troxell Creative LIVE Video Producer – I really try not to look at social on my phone during the workday. I find it helps me stay focused on social media for business if I’m doing it on my computer…for what it’s worth
Patty McFarland Rogers that is a great way of going about social media.
Computer is business.
Phone is personal.
Yes! Definitely need to hit recharge!
Yes. I have been to hundreds of conferences and as a vendor and sales person they generally started at 7:00am and ended after midnight for several days in a row. This is a great analogy Ed!!
Steve Strother so glad you liked it and that you can relate!
More to come around this analogy
Yes, I take off from Sunday late afternoon on but there are some days where I feel social media is getting my head spinning I shut down to it
Karen Schaible yes! We all have to take breaks so we don’t burn out.
This is a great reminder- thank you!
Kelsey Banfield you bet!