Here I will randomly put up some of my thoughts as Texts, Tweets, or LinkedIn posts.
The best marketing practice isn’t looking at what your competitors are up to, It is understanding your customers.— Anusha (@anusharkannan) April 27, 2022
What does writing do to you?— Anusha Kannan (@anusharkannan) February 1, 2022
1. Therapy: Writing= therapy for a lot of people, this journey helps find yourself in ways you wouldn’t have imagined.
2. Discover: Many times you won’t find topics to write on, this helps you learn more.
3. People: Writing helps connect with people.
Some days you may not get motivated enough to sit down and write, or maybe you don’t have topics at hand. One method I’d recommend is, to start reading on topics that you dislike or find difficult. You can use this one method in two ways: (a thread 🧵)— Anusha Kannan (@anusharkannan) January 30, 2022
Do you remember when Jan from The Office said, There are always a million reasons not to do something.? That hit hard. Stop giving excuses, you are your enemy. Start and stay consistent.— Anusha Kannan (@anusharkannan) January 16, 2022
Just going to jump in real quick and say, stop saying “Content is redundant”.— Anusha Kannan (@anusharkannan) January 3, 2022
1. They are redundant because one person can’t reach everyone.
2. You already know the content? Talk to that person, you clearly have things in common. (Same perspective = Networking).
Content creators/ writers, Remember this (A thread) 👇— Anusha Kannan (@anusharkannan) December 31, 2021
(1/3)There are many things you can share and get engagement/impressions… but is that your goal? Is that your niche? Think about what you want to be known for…
If you want to create content, do it. If no one engages or notices it, it’s fine. They can either like it or not know it exists. You win both ways, the only way to get over that fear, is to start. Start writing, start a community, start that business, start that YouTube channel.— Anusha (@anusharkannan) June 13, 2022
Intention setting is having a clear pathway to your goal, and having clarity over what tasks you are working on, why, and when. To me- working out, sleeping, and catching up with an old friend is productive, so find the one that fits your “productive” bubble.— Anusha (@anusharkannan) June 13, 2022
You can’t pitch something to someone the first time you talk to them.- Networking101.— Anusha Kannan (@anusharkannan) January 10, 2022
Holding yourself accountable is important. Some people like working on things in private, so no one’s watching you. You have no pressure, but you have to make that thing you’re working on WORK. If you don’t respect your promises or time, no one will.#MindsetIsEverything— Anusha Kannan (@anusharkannan) December 30, 2021