Thank you for pointing that out to me

Keywords: life maven , advice , career , how to

Particularly when someone points out something about us, the sting, the feel of criticism can cloud us from seeing the value in what’s being said.

https://anindependentmaven.com/2020/07/28/how-to-handle-unwelcome-feedback-with-grace

You are slowly waking up to the idea that Social Media makes you feel like it’s never enough

Keywords: allgemein , empowerment , slow blogging , social media , millenial

Like YOU are never enough. If this is the case, you have only one option: Changing your relationship to Social Media.

https://frauketeaspoon.wordpress.com/2020/07/23/successful-without-social-media-introducing-slow-blogging

Your audience wants to know that you know who they are, you’ve heard their issues, and you can help them

Keywords: Social Media , Marketing , Online Marketing , Personal Branding , Branding

People flock to someone who understands and can help them. When you study influencers or those with exceptional standing in their industry, that is their followers’ impression. He or she offers insight or provides a service that others need and use. If you are not sure if you are doing an excellent job at this, look for a third party to objectively look at your social media and anything else you put out to the public. Sometimes we need another set of eyes on what we do. Getting others’ opinions is not a sign of weakness; it is an example of strength and perseverance as you craft your best possible message to the masses.

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/353487

The world needs more honesty, passion, love, and kindness, and I believe the purest emotions and actions come to life and become our reality when we release our hurt, let down our guard, and allow our uniqueness to shine

Keywords: Writing, Personal, writing entry

So marinade in the happy, sweet, calm, joyous moments in life; run from the people who use and abuse you; walk away from the experiences that steal your peace; and forgive quickly and freely (even when undeserved). Our human experience will include beauty and heartbreak, but we have more influence over how our experiences shape us than we give ourselves credit for.

https://brookeoliphant.com/2020/05/03/we-learn-to-fly-by-falling

If you can’t find a right winger, you may be able to pretentiously talk to other lefties in a corner about books that you read once but don’t really understand

Keywords: People, politics, Organizing, Volunteering

Anyone who has gone to college knows that the only way to connect with a nonprofit is by a special summoning ceremony involving unicorn’s blood and a wishbone. The first step is to hold your horses and honestly think about what you’re doing. The second step is to contact whichever person was so dismissive about your idea of help that it made you want to stop talking to people altogether. That person actually, is the only person in your community who will know how to enact the ceremony. Email that person about your concerns and your desire to help, and then hold your breath until they get back to you.

https://aprylarchy.wordpress.com/2020/05/01/inaction-seems-legit

I was experiencing my own anxiety as I was trying to help others cope with their anxiety

Keywords: vulnerability #covid19 #lifecoach #, authenticity, mental health, self-awareness, self-compassion

Thankfully the other 3 webinars didn’t experience any more technical difficulties, so I’m grateful for that and now I’ve got another new skill. Regardless, there was vulnerability in that experience. There is vulnerability in hosting a webinar and hoping that people show up, and that if they do, they feel connected to what you have to say. We are all trying to adapt our personal & professional  lives to deal with the massive change in front of us, and there is a roller coaster of emotion that can come along with that. My vulnerability in the midst of this is something that can connect us, just as well as (if not better than) just talking about things I’m happy about or thankful for.

https://nicolecliftonblog.wordpress.com/2020/04/03/positivity-wont-protect-us-from-vulnerability