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Business Profile
March 14, 2023
3 mins

Taking the risk on social media is important to business, Arrow knows how

Author
Rolan Reichel

What's up, folks? Rolan here, coming at you with some real talk about social media and blogging. Now, I know a thing or two about putting yourself out there, whether it's on stage or in front of a big team. But I gotta say, there's something uniquely terrifying about putting your thoughts and ideas out into the vast digital abyss of the internet.

Let's start with social media. Now, we all know the deal here. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok - they're all places where we can share our lives with the world. But the thing is, that world can be a pretty scary place. You never know who's watching, who's judging, who's waiting to pounce on any little mistake or misstep you make. And let's not forget about trolls - those lovely folks who hide behind their keyboards and spew hate and negativity for no good reason.

But even if you manage to avoid the trolls and haters, there's still the fear of being misunderstood or misinterpreted. Have you ever posted something on social media, only to have someone completely miss the point or take it the wrong way? It's frustrating, and it can make you hesitant to post anything at all.

And then there's blogging. Now, I love a good blog - it's a great way to share your thoughts and ideas in a more in-depth way than social media allows. But let's be real: it's also scary as hell. When you write a blog, you're putting your ideas out there for the whole world to see, and that can be intimidating. What if nobody reads it? What if they do read it, but they hate it? What if they leave nasty comments, or worse, ignore it altogether?

But here's the thing: despite all the fear and uncertainty that comes with putting yourself out there on social media and blogs, there's also an incredible sense of satisfaction and accomplishment that comes with it. When you share your thoughts and ideas with the world, you're contributing to the conversation. You're making your voice heard, and that's a powerful thing.

So, to all you out there who are scared to post on social media or write a blog, I say this: go for it. Yes, there are risks involved, and yes, there may be trolls and haters lurking out there. But there's also a whole community of people who want to hear what you have to say, who are ready to support and encourage you. And at the end of the day, isn't that what it's all about? Making connections, sharing ideas, and being part of something bigger than ourselves, reaching NEW people.

So, be brave, my friends. Post that tweet, share that photo, write that blog. The world is waiting to hear what you have to say, and I, for one, can't wait to see what you come up with.

Written by
Rolan Reichel
Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Founder | CEO | Hacking the top of the funnel

Talks about #leadership, #entrepreneur, #smallbusiness, #entrepreneurship, and #socialmediamarketing

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