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3 AMAZING FACEBOOK POST TWEAKS THAT WILL HELP YOU OVERCOME THE FEAR OF VISIBILITY

I will be honest, the fear of visibility is a REAL and very stubborn condition that 90% of entrepreneurs suffer from. Some argue this has to do with a deeper memory rooted in many generations ago and some say in our past lives, where we have been outcasted, persecuted or even killed for being too […]

I will be honest, the fear of visibility is a REAL and very stubborn condition that 90% of entrepreneurs suffer from.

Some argue this has to do with a deeper memory rooted in many generations ago and some say in our past lives, where we have been outcasted, persecuted or even killed for being too vocal about our beliefs and opinions.

To me, it makes perfect sense, because I find this fear is irrational.

And yes, I have also dealt with it, and sometimes still deal with it on occasion, although I have learned some techniques to bust through it.

And it always pays off.

Here I am going to share with you three most powerful strategies that if committed to, help you go through your fear of being visible as you are.

This also results in creating a superb content that resonated deeply with your audience and attracts clients into your business.

READY?

1. STOP sharing links to blogs – instead, get inspired from the blog article and create a post sharing your insights, a-ha moment or inspiration. Refer to the article if you have to, but it is not important.

YOU expressing your point of view is more valuable to your audience, than simply passing them on to a faceless blog author.

Remember, they followed YOU. 

YOU have a responsibility to deliver.

Writing might seem impossible to you, but I can guarantee that once you start, you will feel that it is a wonderful way to share.

EXPERT TIP: Just make sure you space out your sentences and your paragraphs are not too thick – it is very hard to read, especially on a phone.

2. NEVER post anything like “Good Morning” – this is sweet but brings zero value to your followers.

Talk about why this morning is so good to you, what do you hope this day will bring. How this inspires you and tie it back to how you are delivering value to your clients.

Your post should be strategically positioning you as an expert in your niche, even if it is just mentioning your business or what you do in passing.

Plus talking about your gifts and skills that help others have a very positive effect on your self-love and appreciation, which you want to exercise daily. Why not here on Facebook?

Visibility is a journey of empowerment. Trust me – I’m the Queen of Visibility 

3. COMMIT To sharing at least TEN sentences every time you start a written post.

It will not just exercise your writing muscle.

It will empower you to be ok with opening up to the world and get you ready for the next important step – video!

Top Tip: Learning about the art of storytelling will pay off big time.

No need to jump onto another online course  A couple of good books and lots of online articles will give you a lot of inspiration.

Just always make sure you are writing from the heart!



Yours truly, The Queen of Visibility

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