Step 1: Take no more than 25 minutes to write your business words. Step 2: Automate
After yesterday’s email “Sip, Don’t Guzzle” a lot of people are asking about writing for LinkedIn
It’s not a bad idea to post on LinkedIn regularly
But only write 1 thing and that 1 thing should be your email.
See if this helps:
You can appear to be in many places at once by writing your one email and having Zapier “push” that content out to all of your social media channels of choice including: LinkedIn, Medium, Twitter, what have you
And here’s why:
If you know your business words writing practice takes 25 minutes or less
You’ll keep doing it because it doesn’t feel heavy
It feels automatic
And hopefully kinda fun
Using Zapier to automate keeps your writing time feeling manageable and doable
So you’ll keep doing it 🙂
Remember the formula:
Writing quickly leads to consistency
Consistency leads to quality
Quality leads to insight
And insight leads to
Booked. Calendar. Appointments.
P.S. Yes, I will help you set up Zapier. Or rather, my designer will. Reply and I’ll patch you through ☎️
P.P.S. This post was inspired by a conversation with e-Commerce attorney phenom Chip Cooper 🙏
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