Social Media Makeover

social media makeoverIt doesn’t matter whether you are a personal trainer, like Miguel Carrasco, an entrepreneur, an organisation, teacher, student or who you are. We all need to make the most of social media.  So far I have done two of these free tutorials which are offered and it was interesting to see that even Miguel Carrero takes a break from social media for a while to get a different perspective. We do live in a connected world. We are able to build up our connections if we want to. It is interesting that he recommends, that no matter what , you keep adding content. I  blogged a while ago about content being king. He might call himself the smart ass trainer but  he is well credentialed :

Miguel Carrasco is a 3x Elite Beachbody Coach. He is also the 3x Top Canadian Coach, 2x Top Male Coach, Executive Leader, and a member of the Millionaire’s Club. He has helped over 30 personally sponsored coaches reach the rank of Diamond or above, and has 5 of his own personally sponsored coaches in the Top 100 of the company.

Smart Ass Fitness Academy

There is nothing smart Alec about these tutorials. They are very good examples of agile thinking and a positive mindset.  Miguel talks you through the steps and ideas very carefully but with a lot if energy and enthusiasm. You learn because he is focused but personable. From the two tutorials I have already got a list of things I want to do and try.  It’s 2017 and we have a real world image and we need to ensure we build a strong online image too since so much of what we do can be accomplished online. One is not better than the other. They complement each other and it’s good to have a structured way of approaching your online presence.

Teachers need to use Twitter

TwitterTeachers need to use Twitter. It means you can have regular input from like minded people and from people who are involved in all sorts of areas. It broadens your knowledge and your thinking. I have access to a constant stream of professional input from all sorts of sources. New ideas, trends and processes come my way on a regular basis. I can use my own areas of expertise and knowledge to share ideas with others but I can help them too. A problem shared is a problem halved and people often go on Twitter to get technology help. I tweet my issues with devices and software and the same goes for others. An annoying block or difficulty can be quickly resolved – like my Samsung Galaxy Express stopping my Windows 7 laptop from accessing wifi. I just tweeted it. The fix was there by the next day. It means we are constantly helping and supporting each other but we are growing ideas and sharing inspiration too. It keeps you buoyant. You are never hunting for ideas nor blocked because you can’t think what to do. Another real advantage is you can combine with others to cover the content of meetings and conferences. This means that content is preserved so it can be utilised elsewhere in the real or virtual world. They are not separate. They run concurrently and what you do in the virtual world can be of real help in the real world. Twitter facilitates all of that integration of the real and virtual worlds and so takes away the burden of trying to battle it out alone in the classroom day in day out. Teaching can extend into virtual world and make some valuable, viable connections and impact. Those then can be used to grow your real world.

Make your social media connections work

This slide presentation sums it up really well if you are not sure about how to make better use of your social media connections. Building them up means you have better access to quality information and the material you produce is circulated more consistently. This presentation highlights the key steps to ensuring you make solid social media connections. In return you get some good creative input.

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