It Does Not Matter How Slowly You Go As Long As You Do Not Stop

“It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop.”


Required Reading

How to Create, Post and Easily Schedule Videos to Instagram [Strategy + Template]

Do you struggle to create engaging Instagram videos? Wonder how to easily post and schedule that content for maximum exposure?

If so, you’re not alone. In a recent Tailwind customer survey, we found that knowing what to post and how to easily share it to Instagram is a top challenge.

Three Facebook Posting Strategies for Your School

Facebook continues to be the primary social media channel utilized by your current and prospective parents. Instagram is a close second and quickly gaining ground. This is based on 60 parent surveys that I conducted at schools last year.

A Minimalist’s Guide to Visual Content Marketing (Even If You’re Not a Designer)

What if I told you there’s a passageway directly into the brains of your readers — and it doesn’t involve copywriting voodoo, ninja video moves, or podcasting magic?

It doesn’t involve words at all.

It’s all about visuals.

Hold on. Don’t run off just yet!

I know that using visuals can feel intimidating if you’ve never worked with them before.

Suggested Listening

The Year of Facing Fear [Lead To Win Podcast]

Leaders have big dreams, but sometimes even bigger fears. Stepping into a new challenge or chapter of life can feel intimidating and overwhelming. But you can conquer your most intimidating goals with five simple actions. Take them, and you’ll avoid being paralyzed by fear and missing your best opportunities. You’ll finally discover the freedom to say “Yes!” to your most exciting goals.

Heard In The Facebook Group

QUESTION: Hi, all. I believe this has been discussed here before but I can’t find it, so please point me in that direction if it exists!

We have two FB pages: one for the school, one for alums. Advancement would like to sunset the alum page (they update it for the most part). I have mixed feelings and would love your thoughts or prior experiences before meeting with them. Thanks!


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