Sharing Is Caring: Nurturing Lasting Relationships Through Meaningful Social Media

Not sure what to say and how to “be” on social media when it comes to interacting with your clients? Wondering which social media site might be good for you given your personality type? Deborah to the rescue! She’s an expert in explaining how to relate in a meaningful way when it comes to social media - so that it fills you and others up rather than depletes (we all know what that social media depletion can feel like).

Deborah Harlow

In This Segment You Will Learn:

  • How to build nurturing, lasting relationships on social media (for business and for fun)
  • What qualities of LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram will appeal to your personality type so you are on the site that’s right for you
  • How to remedy the challenge of managing your time when it comes to social media
  • Common mistakes pet business owners can make when it comes to social media - and how to avoid them
  • Steps to follow to create a satisfying social media practice for your pet business
  • And much more!

Kristin - MUSINGSKristin’s Musings:

What a sparkly, bright light Deborah is!  And hearing her talk about her joy journal is inspiring. I’d love to see an excerpt from your joy journal if you get inspired to create one after watching this heart sherpa in action!

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Deborah Harlow

Deborah Harlow is the successful leader's guide with heart (aka heart sherpa). She's an internationally known and sought after expert in helping business owners to reach their goals through coaching, support, and strategic guided implementation. She empowers leaders (C-Suite Executives, Coaches, Consultants, Authors, Speakers and Business Owners) to be joyful in their business with clear strategies, systems and engaged team members in place, so they have the peace of mind and time to focus on doing what they do best.

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  • Kristin Morrison

    Reply Reply October 29, 2017

    Hi pet business owners,

    Come on down here and post your takeaways and insights if you don’t want to log in to Facebook.

    I look forward to hearing what you got from this segment!


  • Christi Moore

    Reply Reply October 29, 2017

    Aloha Kristin & Deborah, thank you for this segment on social media. You are SO right, if you are finding more joy than drudgery in each day, tired doesn’t sink your boat. Ties in with being intentional — on social media and in all aspects of life. Don’t let the tail wag the dog, LOL!
    Love the 80/20 rule — very wise. As is the advice, especially for women, the benefits of saying “no” and the affects of trying to be everything to everyone.
    I learned all these things (the hard way, LOL) over the decades; am glad to hear today’s experts validating these lessons and putting it out there for those on the younger end of adult life. I wasted a lot of time and energy trying to be everything to everybody when I was younger (for 40 years!), so now have burnout in general. Thank God I have pet sitting, something I feel passionate and excited about doing, buoy’s me up and keeps me going.

  • Heather

    Reply Reply October 29, 2017

    I’m reading your book, Kristin, (Six Figure Pet Sitting) and just read the chapter on morning journaling this morning and then listened to Deborah Harlow talk about joy journaling. The double whammy has me totally convinced I need to start journaling (actually, I was convinced after reading the chapter). I’d like to know more about joy journaling and how to institute that practice. Also, do you keep a separate joy journal, or is it (part of) your morning journaling?

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