Social Media Engagement


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UM1:
C – Posting content on LinkedIn
T – None of this is going to matter b/c people are still just going to keep ignoring me.
T – People aren’t interested in what I have to say.
F – Self-pity
A – I stop posting. I go in hiding sharing my genius. I don’t think of ways to make my content more engaging or to add a higher level of value. I don’t investigate what my people actually need and want. I stay stuck in the silo of my mind. I look at Denise’s post engagement with envy and tell myself that she must have such a successful business, it’s not worth it for me to try.
R – I ignore what I want to say. I rely on other people’s actions to dictate what I want for my business.

UM2:
C – Posting content on LinkedIn
T – I have a terrible track record on social media – very low engagement.
F – Powerless
A – I don’t post any content. I don’t document the myriad ideas I get for bettering the lives of my client. I lose faith in myself. I stop believing I can be a 6-figure earner and have a full coaching business. I go way inward, take other’s non-reactions personally, and stop considering helping my people.
R – I make it very hard for people to engage with me.

UM3:
C – LinkedIn article has 5 views and 0 likes 0 comments
T – I must not be good if nobody’s paying attention to what I’m saying. I’m a joke.
F – Embarrassed
A – I go into hiding by not sharing content anymore nor engaging with others’ content. I hyperfocus on imagining the people who might belittle my words. I belittle myself. I don’t spend any time considering nor imagining the unseen thankful people who soak up my content and create results from my value-before. I think that if people aren’t engaging with my content then nobody’s paying attention. I forget just that like me, there are tons of people who pay attention to others’ content without ever liking or commenting. I don’t consider that many people might have a relationship with me in their heads as I stay visible and they won’t ever engage until they reach that point where they’re like, “OK, it’s time to get in touch with this person. She knows her shit.” I don’t stay visible consistently enough for people to reach this point. I don’t consider that the content I write can be very self-reflective and people have an internal, rather than public, experience with my words.
R – I treat myself like a joke. I stop paying attention to what I want and how I want to communicate to others.

IM:
C – Posting content on LinkedIn
T – I AM ALL THE WAY IN THIS.
F – DEDICATION
A – I engage with others’ content at least on a weekly basis. I meditate on the people who are secretly appreciative of my value-before content. I meditate on the people who perk up every time they see I’ve posted a new thing. I don’t have manuals for what engagement has to look like in order for me to continue adding value. Consider all the people who have relationships with me in their minds and are waiting for that next post or article for them to be like, “OK, it’s time to get in touch with this person. She knows her shit.” I remain visible consistently enough for people to reach that point. I give all the people permission to engage or not engage with my words. I laud myself all the time: I love up on my ideas; I love up on myself for sharing those ideas. I view the success being the fact that I’ve added more value to the space, not on what people do with the value after I share it.
R – I create ample opportunity for people to reach out and ask me to help them personally. I create ample opportunity for people to reach out and ask to hire me.