You’ve made a decision to go solo, find your own students, and be independent and you soon realised that you should start being active on social media.
Or maybe you’ve been doing it for a while, a few months or more? Some days it works and some it doesn’t. Sometimes you’re on a high for being able to post and feel like you could conquer the world and that student inquiries will be never-ending from now on. And some days it feels completely hopeless and you question the point of social media altogether.
Yep, I know. I’ve been there. And to be honest, content creation is a journey and a never-ending process of experimenting so I’m not sure if you can ever GET THERE. But you can definitely feel less overwhelmed and more in control of what you do with those simple tips!
1. Creating more than consuming
2. Staying consistent but not forcing it
3. Understanding the followers’ journey
Listen to this week’s episode to find out more on how to get off the content creation hamster wheel.
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