Meg is a writer and brand strategist, who encourages her clients to look at their content creation differently, in order to engage more meaningfully with their audience. Meg and I share a lot in common; she is also a wife, dog mom, tea lover, and autoimmune disease warrior.
Meg shares practical lessons about using social media, showing up in a way that’s true to you, and how to be intentional about your screen time and the messages you’re putting out into the world. We also discuss how we both started our Instagram pages and then transitioned them to more authentic content. Meg breaks down her top three wellness tools and the important mindset reframes that she used to push past the fear.
TOPICS EXPLORED IN THIS EPISODE:
Why Meg doesn’t share all about content on her social media channels [ 4:18 ]
How your social media can bring you business without it selling your services [ 6:50 ]
Why personal connection is so important at work [ 8:32 ]
Why Meg has taken intentional breaks from Instagram [ 9:55 ]
Lessons learned about going dark on social media [ 13:49 ]
Phone hack to make social media less addictive for times of productivity [ 15:45 ]
The social media enabler that Kattie tries to block out [ 18:21 ]
Where Meg found support for her chronic illness during the diagnosis [ 22:29 ]
How women are influenced to downplay their illnesses [ 24:59 ]
Meg’s #top three wellness tools [ 31:42 ]
The mindset differences between genders in job searching [ 45:47 ]
How to shift your mindset around lack of experience [ 57:21 ]
You don’t need experience to offer a ton of value.
I was an otherwise intelligent woman, except for the fact that I got really stuck in my head and didn’t take enough action.
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