Apps, apps and more apps. These are the things we download and find ourselves distracted. But what if I were to tell you, there are 5 powerful apps you can use every day to make you more productive?
In today’s episode, I want to give you 5 of my favorite apps that I use daily to help me write more efficiently and get more done at the touch of the screen. Also, we’ll be diving back into the ABC’s of blogging with the letter F.
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Facebook, Twitter and you name it social media is all the rage. People feel empowered to share what they want, when they want. But is that how we should be living our lives?
In today’s episode, we’ll be looking at the dangers of posting what we want, versus lifting people up. As leaders, our job is to encourage and empower people to succeed in life. If you truly want to have a voice that people will listen to, you can’t post what you want.
There is no doubt that social media is here to stay. It’s mainstream. It’s everywhere and if you’re not on board, your business is dead in the water.
In today’s episode I talk about the importance of utilizing social media and why you should be posting daily to Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. I’ll also peel back the curtain of Snapchat and why you should get on-board today!
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What do Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat have in common? They are necessary tools to help spread your message to your audience. But should we use them because everyone tells us to, or should we use them because it’s smart business?
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When I began using social media I was hesitant. It all started with a popular social media account in 2005 called MySpace. (And no, I’m not giving you my outdated and abandoned MySpace account.) It was all the rave. Everyone was on it. Kids loved it, parents hated it and the church did everything to condemn it.
Remember when MySpace was the biggest thing since sliced bread? As time moved on, social media evolved and new kids moved into the block. But how do we utilize these platforms to our advantage?
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Facebook and Twitter are the largest and biggest social media platforms in the world and if you want to be successful in business, just existing on these platforms will only get you so far. We dabble with it. We play in the sandbox and then when we realize we don’t know what we’re doing, we vacate.
There is a war happening between Facebook users. Should one have a Fan page or a Group page for their business? It seems a silly question, however the debate is ever real.
I have been a part of several group pages and have liked even more fan pages. The groups I’m a part of and the connections I’ve made have made the experience of social media all the more fun. But personally I prefer using fan pages for business.
Facebook. That is one program we all love and love to hate. They are always changing how things are done and what algorithms they use to promote content. But how do we leverage this asset for our ministries? In today’s episode I give you 5 ways to engage your Facebook followers, so that you can have the greatest impact.
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I came across this post on a friends Facebook page. It’s going to put a smile on your face and warm your heart. Our men and women in the Marines and Army are in harms way overseas – and they need to relax every now and then and learn to let it go.
THANK YOU TO OUR MEN AND WOMEN IN THE ARMED FORCES – THANK YOU FOR KEEPING OUR NATION SAFE!
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My church, Life Church, in Eden Prairie, Minnesota began a new chapter four months ago. Our Lead Pastor, Dale Sisam, was seeking God for the next chapter. “Where do you want Life Church, Lord?” was his cry. That cry was answered in the most unusual way.
That may sound strange to some; but if you’re anything like me, you’ll breeze through post after post after post on Facebook just to find something worth commenting on or reading about. This is what happened to Pastor Dale.
He found an article linking to a discipleship organization called, 24toDouble.org. This organization promises that your church will double in size in 24 months. Yet, when you begin to research this organization you find it’s just a marketing gimmick – they even tell you that up-front. The real agenda behind 24toDouble is discipleship.