How To Keep Yourself Accountable With Social Media

Hey what’s up guys?

Just made it back from running and I have something great to share with you.

I know I just published a new post just a few hours ago (always be creating a must read!)

But since I think this is something important, I don’t really want to wait a week to let you know about it.

Dr. Feelgood

Ahh, remember that song? *headbangs a little bit* I used to love it too!

Anyway, I’ve always said that for anyone to be able to be able to excel in your work, your personal relationships and other aspects of life, you have to feel good first (just like that “Dr. Feelgood” Mötley Crüe song)

We as online entrepreneurs often forget about taking care of ourselves and we normally let go more usual than we should.

Video: How To Keep Yourself Accountable With Social Media

So I created this quick video to let you know what you can do about this situation.

Note: I promess I didn’t cross my eyes on this one like I did on yesterday’s.

I’m going to be doing a lot more videos so I would highly recommend you subscribe to my YouTube channel.

I have two videos aligned to publish on my channel.

One it’s for dealing with stubborn categories’ slugs and the other one is for learning how to use iFrames.

See? Even an expert can be learning something new every day!

Conclusion

That’s it for now guys, hope you are taking care of your health so you can push your business forward even harder.

Take care and have a great day!

Sergio

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11 Responses to How To Keep Yourself Accountable With Social Media

  1. Matt Morgan May 8, 2013 at 11:37 am #

    Hello Sergio, hope you are keeping fine,

    Health and rest both need to be take care of by marketers and sometimes when you working too hard you can often neglect your health, diet and rest.

    You should drink plenty of water, eat good foods, get plenty of rest, and go for regular walks to stop the ‘ongoing’ work on the computer. The walks will help you think more clearly, and you can plan your tasks while you work.

    Great video, your mini videos are an excellent way to let your viewers see your tips and stuff.

    Otherwise hope you are well, and progressing well with your work.

    Myself right now, I am working on a new report, which I am putting the finishing touches towards. It is an internet Marketing Tips report which outlines detailed mini tips for marketers, to help them take their business to the next level.

    I’ll show you it Sergio, when it is done.

    Matt Morgan

    • Sergio Félix May 8, 2013 at 2:32 pm #

      Hey Matt, I am doing fantastic man, thanks for asking!

      And yes, it’s actually pretty easy to forget about ourselves if we never take breaks from our computer (happens to me all the time, hence why I’m doing this now) and I am starting to see a lot of changes in my productivity and body as well.

      I’ll be looking forward to your report Matt, thanks and hope you have a great day! ;-)

  2. Theodore Nwangene May 8, 2013 at 4:53 pm #

    Just downloaded the video Sergio and waiting to enjoy it.

    Lol, that of yesterday was very funny man :). The way you were crossing your eyes really got me laughing. I can’t even do mine like that, so tell me.

    How did you manage to do it? I know you’ll tell me because i want to know… Lol.

    Let me go and watch the video now, thanks for sharing.

    • Sergio Félix May 8, 2013 at 6:32 pm #

      Hey Theodore, seriously man… I don’t know how the heck that happened! LOL

  3. Tim Bonner May 9, 2013 at 4:21 am #

    Hey Sergio

    It’s a great idea to keep yourself accountable with social media. I’d not really thought about it that way but it makes sense.

    Keeping active and getting some exercise is something I try to do most days. Not running but taking my daughter for a long walk. Well, she’s doesn’t walk so far, she’s in the buggy but I get the exercise and some time to think.

    • Sergio Félix May 9, 2013 at 4:25 pm #

      Hey Tim, even walking is better than nothing at all man and it may actually help you get some ideas as well for your online business.

      Maybe you could try to record a few talking head videos (vlogging format) from the places you normally walk?

      Thanks for stopping by and talk soon man! ;-)

  4. Ti Roberts May 10, 2013 at 12:23 pm #

    Great tips for using social media to keep yourself accountable, Sergio. It’s certainly a great motivator. Thanks for sharing your tips with us. I’m glad to have found your post on Bizsugar.com. I hope to see more of your content there. :)

    Ti

    • Sergio Félix May 11, 2013 at 6:45 am #

      Hey Ti, wow BizSugar? I didn’t submit the article there but I think I may actually have to submit the rest now!

      Thanks for stopping by and glad you found the content useful. ;-)

  5. Aaron Webster May 12, 2013 at 5:24 pm #

    Hello Sergio,

    That’s funny that you made this post about utilizing this strategy… I have seen your Facebook posts lately and was wondering if this was the reason why you were making them :)

    • Sergio Félix May 13, 2013 at 7:02 am #

      LOL yeah, some people thought it was my way of putting them to shame but that was the last thing that crossed my mind.

      There’s actually something else involved in these updates, which is establishing a more solid brand.

      By the time I put anything out for sale, I don’t have to convince anyone (or at least not have a rough time with it) because people will already know who they are dealing with.

      This is the same thing for selling higher ticket coaching.

      I could have probably done this without two years of blogging just with my professional credentials but I wanted to experience everything myself.

      After all, I hate people who regurgitate content and pretend it comes from personal experience.

      Thanks for checking out the updates, there are more to come btw! LOL

      Have a great start of week Aaron! ;-)

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