Plan, Do or Review – Social Media Planning Strategies

how to improve listening skillsIt gives me great pleasure to introduce you to Sofia Pacificio Reis of Increase Your Social Reach 

Planning is not something we are all hard wired to do or at least that is what some people think. And yet the more I model how people plan at their best the more I realise we all plan but what we don’t all do, is document our plan or even express it out loud. Some don’t even like to admit they have a plan for fear someone else might take it over or try to change it.

What does the word planning mean to you?

Does it fill you with a warm fuzzy feeling or dread?

Do you have a immense pleasure pulling the plan together or do you keep putting it off?

Perhaps the thought of planning leaves you feeling strangled, pinned down and restricted?

What I have noticed is that those who have a way of recalling what their original plan was can celebrate their achievements and those that know ‘how’ they plan at their best are more likely to be able to work in partnership with others.

Knowing what you need for planning to feel right for you can give you the awareness you need to understand why someone else’s planning style is not working for you.

When you know what your plan is and you can refer back to it you can make a conscious decision to keep doing what does work and let go very quickly of processes and systems that don’t work.

Sofia and I have been working together for 4 months and I am blown away with how much this lady can get done in a very short period of time. If you are proactive person who is determined to master social media and you want a plan then I would like to share this link to Sofia’s latest free resource. I have only just signed up myself and I am looking forward to learning more.

I cannot guarantee that Sofia’s style of planning will fit 100% with your own but I do know that she will share some amazing pearls of wisdom to help develop your social media planning to be more strategic.

If you are struggling to find your own unique way to plan and gain clarity do check out Power of Planning or book a call and let’s have a chat.

 

About the Author – Sheryl Andrews – The Strength and Solution Detective

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Sheryl Andrews, Founder of Step by Step Listening, is well known for her fast speaking and her passion to make things happen. But what many of you may not know is that in private behind closed doors she was also no stranger to lapses in self belief and an overwhelming sense of not being good enough.

That was until she conquered her sensitivity to criticism and her fear of not being liked.

Today, Sheryl runs safe to speak retreats where you can develop resources and skills to gain clarity and confidence of what you want and how you want to be and all the time you will be improving and changing the way you respond to feedback.

Fancy a virtual coffee and chat, then please feel free to book a complimentary clarity and confidence session. Not ready to chat yet then check out the “How to do, delegate and ditch with confidence” free webinar or SAS Detective TV

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Sheryl Andrews, Founder of Step by Step Listening is well known for her fast speaking and highly motivational passion. But what many of you may not know is that in private behind closed doors she was also no stranger to lapses in self belief and an overwhelming sense of not being good enough. Sheryl use to find it difficult when criticised even when she knew they meant well and found it difficult to respond rather than react. A series of 3 events in her personal life exaggerated her emotional overwhelm and forced her to address this problem and conquer her sensitivity to criticism. Today she shares every day stories of every day people and inspires you to discover ways to gain clarity and confidence to change the way feedback and criticism impacts your performance.

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2 responses to “Plan, Do or Review – Social Media Planning Strategies”

  1. Sofia says:

    WOW Sheryl

    Thank you so much for spreading the word about my vision and mission. We all subconsciously PLAN one way or another, but finding a system that works for your business or indeed your personal life that is slightly more complicated. I hope I increase awareness on the importance of creating a strategic plan and give direction in a very “noisy” world that is social media.
    Thank you again
    Sofia

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