Build Your Tribe Podcast Show Notes: Social Media Overload

social media overload(1)In this episode, I talk to you about how to handle social media overload. It’s hard to keep up with everything going on online, and it’s important that you realize that social media should not take control of your life. I don’t want you to be a slave to your accounts, so I want to help you create a system. I will share with you what has worked for me, and hopefully that will bring you some peace.


Discussed in this episode:

  • How I use one piece of content on multiple social media platforms.
  • How to chose which social media sites you should be on.
  • Ask yourself, “What is my goal in social media?”
  • I want you to boldly be you! This is how you will build your true tribe.
  • When you go deep into a new social media platform, you need to clean out your closet.


Links from this episode: Social Media


Time Codes:

0:05 Intro to today’s topic

1:46 What social has done for me and my business

2:05 How not to become a slave to social media

2:51 Two things that will let you know what’s hot and what’s not in social media

3:23 Should you be using social media?

4:27 What’s your plan B?

5:11 The lesson on self sufficiency

7:38 Power Balance

8:01 Brock’s first taste of netowrking on Twitter

9:40 Get to know Jake Bedard

11:53 Why spending hours on social media is absurd

14:08 How to avoid social media intoxication

14:48 Make your goal be your guide when using social media

15:49 Who are my Lifers

17:05 The salvaging technique

18:32 The content salvaging process

21:58 You don’t have to reply to everyone

23:14 Why I only allot 10-15  minutes of my time on Twitter

23:49 Don’t be everywhere. Just be in the place where it works.

24:28 Get yourself seeded in two platforms

26:06 You can’t do it all. Period

27:51 Talk to teenagers

29:14 Subscribe to authoritative resources within your niche

30:34 Set your limits and boundaries

31:42 Closing notes



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