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.
The final conversation!
This is part 3 of the “one-sided conversation” series. I know I said I would have four parts, but I was able to say everything in three. If you have not read parts one and two, please read those first before continuing below.
As I sit on the edge of my bed contemplating how I got to this point…
A little voice inside of me says:
You say you know me, but I say you knew me.
You’re the people I chose to be a part of my life,
but every choice has a consequence and I’m tired of the fight.
Hey Social Media Leaders (SML) – It’s that time again and I have a great post for you today!
Imagine, it’s vacation time and you have decided to take an international trip! You know the destination but the details are a little foggy. How do we get there? Who will be tagging along? How much money is required? Which attractions will we visit and much more. In the end, these questions feed into a larger question – What’s our plan?
Whether you’re planning a vacation, a project, an event or a new business…all of these ventures have one thing in common! The success of each started with A PLAN and your social media ministry is not excluded!
Hey Guys! I know it’s been a few days since my last post and I apologize for that! I have a few projects this week monopolizing my time, but I’m almost done and the posts will be back on Monday! In the meantime, I want you to check out this great book I’m re-reading! Yes, it’s that great!
PART 2 of 4 – A Bad Decision On Two Legs
One-sided conversations is a series of (combined) one-sided dialogue I’ve had over the years with various people in my life after my rededication to Christ. Some appreciated my renewal of faith and others judged and ridiculed me, but throughout it all, I held on to my faith because I knew that God had a greater purpose for my life.