I decided that where I really see my business going is no longer personally running a Facebook page as well as being ‘me’ on Facebook on my profile and in groups.
I’m committed to always starting as I mean to go on, in my business and my life, so therefore I’m going to just pull the pin now rather than hold out.
Staying on my Facebook Page when knowing that I one day plan to quit would be pretty crazy, kind of like putting a healthy lifestyle off until Monday (and Monday, and Monday!) or indeed saving any life dream or goal for another day ‘when the time is right’.
What it really comes down to is I feel like I still have a bit of a split personality on Facebook.
For all that I talk about alignment and authenticity and I absolutely speak my truth, when I post on my page (as opposed to on my personal profile or in a group) there is still very much a sense that I am trying to write a good post. And then I look at the reach and the engagement and am either happy or upset.
That’s not really how I want my social media experience to be.
I want to have completely REAL conversations, if I’m going to spend time on social media.
As real as they can be online, but you know what I mean.
When I engage in comments on my page I feel like I’m in some ways ‘getting a job done’, rather than focusing purely on the conversation.
I like seeing my likes grow.
I think about how I’m coming across.
I spend time planning and scheduling posts.I deliberately share some of my posts to try and get more reach for them.
I speak with …