Ep 53: Being Seen and Heard

Lisa and Karly talk all things visibility. This deep dive covers big ground; from being vulnerable, to what people are looking for in their social media feeds, to the language of sharing, to the many ways different in which you can show up and speak up.

Today Lisa and Karly explore, with their customary authenticity; being visible, vulnerable and in conversation with your people when doing business.

Show Notes

00:30 – Lisa reflects on an Instagram draft post that gave her sweaty palms.
04:05 – Lisa shares her ongoing evolution: sharing from the depths of vulnerability; sharing without having all the answers; showing up in new ways even if you can’t see how the pieces fit yet.
06:30 – Karly explores the difference between sharing ‘at people’ and sharing from a personal place, and what language feels good when doing so. Karly shares a filter she uses when sharing.
08:30 – Lisa gets a text from her Dad, gets fired up and ready to start new conversations.
09:55 – Karly and Lisa jam on the goodness of sharing from a personal place and what people are looking for when scrolling social media. Lisa shares the filter she uses when sharing.
12:10 – How treating being visible online as an inconvenience is not helpful. Karly and Lisa make the obvious but crucial observation that social media is social (!) and requires you to be in the conversation.
15:20 – Honest chat about what’s like online in the early days of business; hearing crickets.
20:20 – Karly reflects on getting drawn back into grilling herself on the ‘how??’ and using her practice of showing up to get out of her head and back into action.
21:05 – Reminder: you don’t have to be anywhere in particular to be successful. What you can be doing.

To continue this conversation and hang with some RAD likeminded people, head to the Keeping Good Company facebook group… but PLEASE answer the question on the way in.

1 Comment

  1. Elaine Argaet on October 1, 2018 at 4:20 pm

    Thanks for your authenticity, it’s inspirational.

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