Every time you communicate, whether through a social media post, email, website page, direct message, etc., you display a specific personality, a specific voice, and your audience is building a particular impression based on that voice. This is why knowing your voice for communicating online is so important. If you don’t know your voice, you’re most likely communicating a message you never intended to convey.
I wanted to be something more significant. Being a teacher wasn't "big” enough in my young, immature mind. Truthfully, I wanted to fulfill my purpose, hopes, and dreams. I was more concerned about my platform than I was about people and God’s purpose for my life.
What if we knew how to communicate with confidence in difficult situations? How could we impact and influence culture for Christ through our voice and convictions? Far too often, we tend to be reactive communicators and because of this, we tend to build more walls rather than bridges.
If metaverse is the future of the internet, the future of our world, then what does this mean for us as Christian communicators? Here are some thoughts.
Why does curiosity matter? It matters because if we want to influence the lives of others, we must be curious. If we're going to lead well, we must be curious. And if we're going to guide, shape, and impact others, we must learn the art of asking questions to create a connection, build and deepen relationships, and ultimately influence and lead others.
“Will sharing my faith on social media, close professional opportunities for me?” The short answer? Yes and No
Influence. It's a buzzword that we hear and read a lot about. But what exactly does it mean to be influential? Here are just a few book titles around the word influence: Influence Without Authority Invisible Influence The Age of Influence Quiet Influence How to Win...
As promised, let’s dive into some Social Media Theology! In the first post of this series, I shared my definition of social media theology: The study of God through the lens of social media. According to Statista, “in 2020, over 3.6 billion people were using social...