As bloggers, content creators, influencers, or entrepreneurs, it’s easy to look online and see the crazy success of your peers, and wonder, “How did they get there?” What are they doing differently that sets them apart? And how can you keep people coming back and feel legit in what you’re doing and sharing?
For years, those of us in the social media space have ridden waves of change. The speakers for our Beyond the Likes, Retweets, and Filters event (at Walt Disney World in January) have somehow mastered certain aspect(s) of social media and keep moving forward, grasping the art of change. They’ve found confidence in their social media footprint. Something not easy to do.
It’s challenging to stay focused and find your grove. You know all too often that imposter syndrome sets in, creating a roadblock on your path to success. This might sound like a cliché, but it’s true. That’s why we plan and host these intensive one-day micro-conferences.
We don’t know it all…
Emelia and I don’t pretend to know it all. In fact, we’ve told you before… this is why we started FLOCK. We wanted to gather with those who know a lot more than we do. People who are willing to share their success and how they got there. A flock of awesome, smart, talented, funny people that will share their knowledge.
Don’t be afraid to try something new. It takes a lot to figure out what is going to work for you and be a success. Reach out to peers and find out what they’re doing. Start implementing small changes to find your grove. The internet is a vast place. Sometimes we forget that people are open to sharing the secrets to their success. These are the people you should ask. Or attend an event where they’re speaking. There is room for all of us, and if we continue to help one another out, we’ll make this a fascinating place.