There are minimalists who talk about owning less than 100 items.
I’m not one of them. I like my stuff.
But I am a minimalist when it comes to my time. It’s your most valuable possession.
Are you investing your time consciously?
Or do you throw it away indiscriminately? No, that doesn’t mean hustling or even being ‘productive’ all the time. It simply means being conscious of where time goes and making a choice to do what matters to you.
Social media is a time sink.
And all around us people yell about what you’re missing out on if you’re not involved in this site or that site.
You can’t afford to get involved in every social media site. And those who tell you to do so likely have a large team handling it for them (or they’re trying to sell you their service).
I have clients who make millions of dollars each year without touching social media in their business.
No Facebook ads, no Facebook groups, and no Youtube videos. They’re not tweeting or chatting.
Their leads and sales primarily come in from search engine optimization, Google Adwords, Bing ads, and joint ventures.
Other clients are earning a fortune from Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Youtube, and others.
But none of them try to be everything or be everywhere.
They focus on where their audience is and what they do best.
Each social media site has its own culture.
For example, Linkedin is for B2B connections. It’s not primarily for posting cute puppy photos, as fun as that is. It’s for professional content that helps you in your career or your business.
Over 50% of Linkedin’s revenue comes from recruiting and hiring solutions. So, they’ve designed their platform to focus on that.
Here are 3 questions to ask you to help you choose your social media cocktail:
Where are your ideal clients and how can you get your message in front of them?
What are your skills and what would you enjoy doing?
How does it integrate into everything else you’re doing in your business?
It doesn’t matter how many subscribers someone has to their Youtube channel or how much money they’re making if it’s NOT the right fit for you, your audience, and your business.
You need a simple plan. And you need to follow it consistently without getting distracted by all the bright shiny objects.
It’s for introverts, extroverts, and anyone in between. But introverts like me can take advantage of social media as a more comfortable way to network with a large audience than live and in-person.
You’ll be given a simple 60-minute social media plan (which you customize based on your audience, interests, and business).
And you’ll also be given a 10-minute plan to profit from social media with minimal time invested.
This issue will be mailed out to all members on October 1st.
It will also be published inside the membership area in PDF form on that day.
Plus, you get immediate access to dozens of my detailed special reports and group training videos just for trying out the Monthly Mentor Club.