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is social media keeping you out of your genius zone?

The world of social media marketing is a sticky wicket. Full disclosure: I don’t actually know what it is, but it sounds confusing. The deal is that most of you reading this will know how to use social media tools. You will probably be really good at writing posts, being an expert on the subject matter and also connecting with your target market (because you know them pretty well). The question you need to ask yourself is whether or not your social media is keeping you out of your genius zone (i.e. the stuff you’re very good at doing). This video explains. Enjoyyyyy!

 Leave me a comment and tell me how you feel about forgoing other parts of your business for social media!

 

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