Permission to Glow: The 4 common ‘Frenemies’ We Default to in Our Leadership”

Permission to Glow: The 4 common ‘Frenemies’ We Default to in Our Leadership”

 

Podcast Guest:

Kristoffer Carter (“KC”) is a spiritual teacher who borders at the intersection of consciousness and business. He is the founder of “This Epic Life” website and podcast devoted to conscious living which has created a daily meditation practice for thousands. As a meditation teacher and workshop designer, Kristoffer has over 6500 active students on an insight timer with over 120,000 streams. Kristoffer also writes music for his daughter, Elliott, and her band “Detention.”

What You Will Learn In This Episode:

  • How he incorporates being a spiritual leader with executive coaching
  • What are unbreakable meditation habits
  • Learning the difference between an Ego vs a Healthy Ego
  • What is the status quo in upper management
  • Hear about his new book, Permission to Glow: A Spiritual Guide to Epic Leadership
  • What are the 4 common frenemies leaders default to
  • Learning the skills to be a conscious leader

Guest Resources:

  1. Website:  https://www.thisepiclife.com/
  2. Podcast:  https://www.thisepiclife.com/podcast-2021/
  3. Book: https://www.amazon.com/Permission-Glow-Spiritual-Guide-Leadership/dp/1774581582
  4. Music Group: https://www.detention.live/about

Connect with Kristoffer Carter (“KC”):

LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristoffercarter/

Facebook:  @thisepiclifeofficial

Twitter:  www.twitter.com/thisepiclife

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/permissiontoglowbook/

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Simple Ways To Build Your Social Media Community (Podcast Interview)

Simple Ways To Build Your Social Media Community (Podcast Interview)

Social media community

Never wait till you need a business network to start trying to grow and nurture your community all at one time. Building a social media community takes time and effort and almost always never happens overnight.

It doesn’t matter what social network you’re choosing to be on, having followers doesn’t mean you have a community. Jennifer Michelle was gracious enough to have me on her podcast Healthcare Lead Generation podcast, and we had an interesting melting post conversation on social media in the healthcare industry.

In this  3- Part podcast interview we covered:

  • How to build your social media community: Learn how to use social media to create a community for your healthcare company. You’ll discover ways to measure your ROI and why your social media needs to integrate with the rest of your marketing.

 

  • How to excel at “Thought Leadership” more specifically on Twitter: Discover why Twitter is so useful for building thought leadership in the healthcare sector. Find out where to connect with journalists online and why the most important thing is to be approachable.

 

  • Top 3 Mistakes Healthcare business make using social media: Find out why a short-term social media strategy will always fail. Learn how even a one-person marketing team can build a strong network.

If you have a business whether it’s in the healthcare industry or not there are quite a few tips you can take away to help market your business online. Listen to the episode by clicking here.

The episode I’m sharing with you today is from Healthcare Lead Generation with Jennifer Michelle, a podcast that mixes lead generation tips with interviews of healthcare IT disruptors, innovative healthcare providers and health sector company leaders. Follow the podcast and #HCLeadGen to learn about growth strategies and navigating change in the healthcare sector.

 

 

 

 

How To Begin Using Twitter For Thought Leadership

How To Begin Using Twitter For Thought Leadership

Using Twitter For Thought Leadership

Why Bother To Establish Thought Leadership?

Would you like to be seen as the “go to” person or a trusted resource within your industry? Or do you want to build awareness for a particular cause that you are passionate about, but you don’t have a public platform? Then building thought leadership on a social media platform like Twitter can pay off in significant ways.

Here are some other reasons why you would want to become a thought leader:

  • Quickly gain the trust of people in your professional community, customers, advocates, and investors.
  • Attract a higher readership, influence audience members, and build valuable relationships.
  • Increase visibility and brand awareness to stay relevant and top of mind.

 

Five Ways To Position Yourself As A Thought Leader Using Twitter

 

  1. Create Content That Matches Your Passion And Purpose

You might be tempted to start following people on Twitter but why should anyone follow you back if you have nothing exciting to read on your Twitter timeline. Once you know what you want to remember for, taking time to create and curate content that will attract people to your profile is a crucial step to increasing influence and reach on Twitter.

If you have original content that matches your passion, purpose and showcases your unique perspective, you’ll want to pin that piece of material to the top of your Twitter timeline. By doing this, you will garner the most attention by helping it to remain on top of anything else you tweet. However, if you don’t have original content available curating similar material is the next best step. Just don’t leave your Twitter account void of content, people will believe you are a spambot or an inactive member of Twitter.

  1. Engage And Be Approachable

Twitter IS a social media network; you should take time each day to engage with your online community. The days of just tweeting and being seen no longer exist. Dropping links to blog post, white papers, research papers or random pieces of content without engagement will not yield the results you desire for your business. If you ARE taking time to engage, but no one seems to want to tweet with you, it might be because your virtual tone seems unapproachable.

Tweet with an emoji regardless of whether you are happy, sad, or indifferent. Use gif to help clarify the meaning of your tweet. Until people get to know you,  your tone and personality are difficult to convey in 280 characters when you are starting out.

  1. Be Consistent

As a busy professional, finding time for posting and engaging on Twitter to build influence can be frustrating. However, being consistent is a necessary evil if you want to increase your thought leadership, it does take time and being present. Determine how much time you have to be involved actively and then either automate your content or hire someone and outsource the management of your account to someone like myself.

  1. Listen to Provide Value

Increase your thought leadership by listening first to see where you can provide value and be a dependable resource to the needs of your audience. Don’t be too quick to offer unsolicited information, listening on social media is key to being a great leader online and building powerful influence.

  1. Participate In Twitter Chats

Twitter chats can seem daunting at first and downright overwhelming when there can be multiple conversations taking place. Engaging in Twitter chats eliminates the need for finding people who WANT to have a conversation.  Twitter chats allow your tweets to reach a wider audiences getting you in front of new people. Over a period of time, these people you have connected with can develop in relationships and valued connections. Participating in chats also encourages engagement, which helps your content cut through the clutter, and showcase your expertise on the main discussion topic during the conversation.

(Twitter Chat Resource: Twitter chats can be overwhelming if you are not sure where to begin. Are you trying to unlock the Twitter chat code? Consider signing up for my Twitter Chat Masterclass here, and get started using this powerful marketing relationship builder tool.) 

Conclusion

Using Twitter to become a thought leader in your industry is not an easy road to take. It takes patience, diligence and strategy to make an impact and build influence regardless of whether you use Twitter or any other social media platform. Establishing your brand and using Twitter for thought leadership can bring tremendous benefits both personally and professionally.

Do you have any advice for using Twitter to become a thought leader in your industry?