Social media is a powerful tool for amplifying our message, connecting with people, and genuinely impacting their lives. But with that comes the dark side of being an internet content creator.
That’s getting in our heads about whether the content is resonating, and beating ourselves up when a post doesn’t connect with as many people as we expected.
This can really chip away at us and actually start impacting the very messages people need to hear. This burnout is the trap many of us fall into when social media is a huge part of what we do.
Often, the best ideas and content is produced when we’re not attached to the outcome.
How can we make sure we’re using social media as a tool for sharing our message, and not a measure of our humanity? What can we do to keep creating beautiful content without being attached to the outcome?
In this episode, I’m joined by life coach and host of the Raise Your Hand Say Yes podcast, Tiffany Han. She shares how she creates her content and where the true magic of content creation happens for spiritual entrepreneurs.
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The best content for me comes when I’m not trying to create content, but when I’m just being really present in my life.
– Tiffany Han
How to avoid the trap of ambition
Many of the world’s most driven and passionate people often become steamrolled by their own ambition. We tend to bounce back and forth between burnout and overdrive, which will wear us down and wear down our message. The true magic happens when our ambition and our humanity don’t cancel each other out.
Why it’s hard to delegate our content creation
Most spiritual entrepreneurs create content that’s channeled from a higher Source. We care about being authentic with our messaging, so it’s really hard for us to delegate that piece out to someone else. In order to find someone we can delegate to, they need to be tapped into the same channel, source and frequency that we are. The good news is, those people are out there.
The seemingly small but super powerful actions that change the world
A big part of the work we do is individually manifesting the world we want to live in and raising that up to the collective manifestation of the world we all want. That starts with the individual. If each person took the steps to nurture our energy and to feel excited about what each day brings, that will create a ripple effect on a global scale.
Tiffany Han is a life coach, and host of the Raise Your Hand Say Yes podcast. She teaches smart, driven women how to become the most remarkable versions of themselves and learn to raise their hands and say yes to all the things they want to do, be, and say without compromising their standards – or their sanity.