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What you create, say and do in public carries more weight than what you do in private. Your words and actions count. Choose them wisely.
Take into account the context in which your audience consume your content. Focus on humanizing the metrics of your audience:
Whether you like it or not, building an audience for your work is a performance.
Hope is the additive necessary to turn captivation into the foundation of likability. Nobody wants to hear about your problems other than your therapist. They want you to help them solve theirs.
Building an audience for your work is a performance.
You don't need to be defensive with critics. Also - not all critics are the same. If you can’t handle getting tough feedback from people who care about you, it becomes difficult to take it from people you don’t know.
Perceptiveness is the ability to read between the lines of what people are saying and doing to understand the intentions behind those words and deeds. Compassion is the willingness to act on perceptiveness through love, kindness and active care.
Vulnerability creates emotional resonance, which in turn makes our content contagious. But don't treat audience as a therapist. Use this very wisely. If there is no redemption, no growth, or a lesson worth sharing, then it’s not ready for public consumption.
Many people think they will make what their customers want. But, your customers will keep on surprising you.
Understanding what goes on inside your customer's mind can align your product to their wishes. It also allows you to create marketing plans to provide value to the largest group of people with your product.
They don’t realize that every day they show up they’re building momentum. They are moving closer and closer to a breakthrough or inflection point.
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