Stuck in social mediocrity? Here’s what to do

You sit at your desk, one hand wrapped around your coffee cup, as the other scrolls mindlessly through your newsfeed. You’re searching for inspiration, or maybe distraction. Anything to avoid actually writing.

You’re posting X times per day, because some social media guru says you should. But you’ve got no clear direction and you’re constantly scrambling for vaguely relevant articles, just so you have something to share tomorrow or the next day.

You could call it panic posting.

Look closely at that newsfeed and you’ll see plenty of people doing the same. Trundling out those tired old pain points and buzz words, those features and benefits. Selling the same old stuff the same old way. It’s meaningless noise.

Your dream deserves better than this.

Deep down you know what you want to say, but you’re having a hard time putting it into words.

You’re wondering whether you’re brave enough to say it.

Wondering whether it’s really going to resonate.

Worrying you’ll feel embarrassed afterwards. It’s a bit woo-woo – and you don’t know how your friends and former colleagues are going to take it.

Will they think you’re a flake? Make fun of you at the next social get together? Ask you awkward questions about how business is going, when you’re still struggling to get consistent cashflow?

It’s time.

Time you became visible.

Time to show up exactly as you are.

Time to put your beliefs and values at the heart of your work.

Hiding in the shadows with one hand over your mouth is not serving you – and it’s certainly not serving your customers.

The service you offer may not be unique, or groundbreaking or innovative. There may be dozens, hundreds or even thousands of entrepreneurs who offer something similar.

But the one thing that is unique about your business, is you.

Your hopes, your dreams, your skills and experience. Your perspective, shaped across a lifetime.

Your voice.

Isn’t it time you put it to use?

Take this opportunity to book in for a FREE mini session and banish mediocrity from your message.

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