Welcome to our series dedicated to answering the question; Do I need to post photos of myself all the time to be successful online?
Answer no. 4: IT DEPENDS ON HOW YOU WANT PEOPLE TO FEEL.
Do you want them to:
???? admire you and aspire to be like you and/or believe they can have what you have?
???? feel like they are seen and heard? (That’s how we want you to feel at the SOV which is why our no. 1 guiding principle when it comes to imagery is diversity.)
???? feel supported?
???? feel like they’re part of a community of like-minded people?
???? buy into your philosophy about business and/or life?
???? inclined to listen and learn from you?
???? be inspired by you?
Knowing the impact you want to make in the world is something we work on with our WSU member students. Because when you know that, you free yourself from making so many unnecessary decisions.
So will knowing your visibility personality (another thing we work on with our inside our signature program Women Speaking Up).
Once you know
✔️ your natural way of showing up in the world
✔️the impact you want to have in the world, and
✔️who you want to connect with,
you’ll know whether sharing hundreds of photos of yourself each year will be seen as gauche or glamorous, approachable or egocentric.
There is no right answer.
There’s only your particular mix of answers to the questions above.
Q FOR THE DAY; if you could step into your ideal customer’s shoes for the day and look at your feed, how would they feel?
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