Automation in Today’s Times

by Gary Loper on September 23, 2016

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How can automation be done in today’s times?
Blend the leverage of technology.

Here is how it came about:

When I first started on Twitter it was a little hard for me to press the ‘enter’ button when I was promoting my own products and services. Self-promotion created anxiety. Even though I knew people ‘clicked on’ my tweets that had my blog posts, radio interviews, programs and services, it was challenging to load them into the Twitter stream.
The solution was Automation.

That is especially true for new entrepreneurs and healing arts people. They have the same reluctance, so I offered my Twitter Management program.

Over the years I have automated client’s accounts. One of my clients saved over 30 hours a month when we automated her account. Before she started with my program, she was looking for motivational quotes, wrote her own tweets and scheduled them out throughout the day. She figured out that she was doing that for about 30 hours a month. When we gathered everything, automated it, set up 20 messages a day, she was able to take back the 30 hours a month and invest that time back into Twitter. She used that time to connect and engage with people,
look at their sites, and see what was going on with people of interest.

This particular client wound up getting more business, which elevated her personal and financial success. She even created a friendship with a singer on Twitter, and eventually met with her when she went up to New York. This singer was performing at a small place just 5 minutes away from where my client was staying. You never know what that one connection will bring.

It is about leverage. In my Twitter classes I teach people how to leverage. When you first get on Twitter it is overwhelming.  Most people try to see everything that is going on. Twitter is like being in a stadium, full of people. You have 50,000 people, and 20,000 different conversations going on. You are not interested in all of those people, so we teach you how to utilize lists and how to find the topics that you want to be a part of the conversation and converse. That one aspect saved another client over 20 hours a month just by creating the list, so they could find the conversation.

People may never do business with you, but they are watching what you are doing. And, if you start expanding your presence, and you start having people in the UK, Africa, Australia and India, for example, who are all watching your stuff, then why aren’t you scheduling things?

Tweet when they are able to see you, and it will expand your reach and market. When I began automation, people started to get my eBooks, take my classes, and create partnerships. The world has just opened up!

If you are not ready to create your own automation, get started with my Twitter Management Posting Program: Tweet 4 U.

 

Moving Beyond 140 Characters

by Gary Loper on September 14, 2016

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Twitter’s platform is a valuable tool for relationship building when built with a ‘know, like and trust’ consciousness. Once you establish that rapport, doors open to create a strong foundation in relationships.

Here is an example of a conversation that extended beyond Twitter:

Congratulations on your awakening to a bigger life and purpose.

It seems to me that you have recognized within yourself that where you are now in your relationship is not right for you, and there is a bigger vision for you to explore.  Overcoming the ‘tribal’ mentality can be very difficult.  Most of us are longing to belong and be accepted.  I learned that personally.  Those people cannot truly support you in your dreams, because they have not allowed themselves to dream and find the courage to make those dreams a reality.

It does get very lonely, especially when you are craving their love and acceptance, and they are physically so close and yet so far away emotionally.  It is time to start your search for new friends and family, who support your dream and encourage you to become even more than what you can see for yourself.  If you cannot physically remove yourself from those people yet, you’ll need to learn to protect yourself and your energy.  Do not share your dreams with anyone who is not supportive of them.  Steer the conversation away from what you’re doing or working on, shift to generic chats about the weather, sports, and children, anything that can keep them away from deluding your energy.

And, very important to note, be assured that you were not brought into this life to play the same roles as the people around you.  With humble confidence you know there is a bigger future for you.  Connect with your Source Energy – through prayer and meditation, and ask to be shown your future. But, be ready, because once you ask the question, the Universe will bring you the answers. It’s been waiting for your awakening, and wants to bring you everything you have been designed to accomplish.

I have gone through this struggle myself, and my biggest shift was taking a quote to heart, “Be so busy Giving recognition, that you will not need it” ~ Jim Rohn.  When I practiced that daily by reaching out and truly connecting with people on Twitter, I was amazed at the response I received back. I ‘Gave’ for the sake of ‘Giving’, and received much more back.  That led to a massive shift in my awareness, confidence and discovery of my own gifts, which has opened new doors to understanding my purpose and passion.

If you would like to work together and explore this type of path to find your joy and confidence, the best way is to take advantage of my ‘Giant Step’ coaching special – which we can do by Skype.

Hope my words brought some comfort and hope for a brighter tomorrow!

 

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