[Tuesday, May 17, 2016]
So these postings are mainly for me, so I can create a keepsake book at the end of my #365Buckets challenge, but for anyone who happens to read my blog! All 3 of you….
It’s Day One!!!
When I decided to start this challenge, I thought coming up with different ideas for each day would be easy. WRONG! It is incredibly hard to think of a new activity to do each day! Like really, really, hard! Of course you have the “Try a new cuisine” days and the “Try a new drink” days, but what about the other 363 days in the year? Ahhh!!! I’m seriously stressing over how to have fun! How sad is that? Anyway, let’s jump into day one.
Have you ever thought, “Is this it?” Me too!
About three years ago I started a quest of adventures titled #BucketListAdventures. I spent 3 hours writing down everything I wanted to achieve in life (before I kicked the bucket), posted the list on my home office wall and started a plan to have a kick-butt life! Then life got in the way. Before I knew it, I was saying “yes” to every project and I eventually lost me in the equation of life. You would think saying “no” would be a simple fix, but that didn’t stop the feeling of failure from surfacing every time I read my unaccomplished goals.
That feeling stops tonight!
I get it! You’re ready to select a platform and begin posting, and here I am offering yet another post about your social media strategy. Don’t look at me that way! You’ll thank me in the long run!
The reason I keep writing about strengthening your strategy is because I made the mistake of not doing so two years ago. So today, I want to speak to small churches (Why? It’s my niche) about selecting the right social media platform. It’s 2016 and there are hundreds, probably thousands of social media apps in the world to choose from. It’s actually kind of crazy! So I understand why it can be overwhelming when it comes to selecting the best platform for your church.
Inspiration: Psalms 139
You have searched me Lord, and you know me well.
You actually know me better than I know myself.
You were a part of my past when I made the best and worst of decisions,
and you are a part of my present guiding my steps in your will.
You will be a part of my future, yet my days are unknown.
You alone God, are my future, my everything. You are my ALL.
How are my SML’s (Social Media Leaders) this glorious Tuesday?
Right about now you should have your social media strategy in place, and hopefully you’re ready to develop content for your campaign. I know you’re excited and if you’re like me, you can’t wait to get out there, but I want to press pause for a second. I promise I’ll be quick.