In my last Iteration, I was talking about social media, specifically how this year I was looking to refine or even completely redefine how I use it, personally and professionally. One of the biggest challenges for me historically has been consistency, both in terms of what I make and how I share it, and I think the bulk of the challenge comes around just how much I’m trying to do and the fact that when I look at it on paper, I end up almost feeling paralyzed by the weight of my own ideas, and as a response I don’t do anything. Sean Tucker reached out after listening to it and offered some terrific insights on how he uses social media and also some suggestions for how we can use it so it feels more like a tool and less like a distraction.

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If you’ve listened to In Between before or listened to recent episodes of my other shows Iterations, and Process Driven, you’ve heard me mention my Jeffery Saddoris Everything feed. Over the next several weeks, I’m going to be phasing out the individual show feeds and instead using the Everything feed for, well…everything. I’ll be releasing more details about what’s coming in 2019, but the short version is if you’re enjoying In Between and Iterations and you’ve been waiting for new episodes of Process Driven—which I promise are coming soon—please consider subscribing to Everything so that you don’t miss anything.

You can connect with me on Instagram @jefferysaddoris or email me at talkback@jefferysaddoris.com.

If you would like to connect with Sean, you can find him on Instagram @seantuck, on YouTube @seantuckerphoto, or on his website at http://www.seantucker.photography

 

Music in this episode: Take Me Higher (Jahzzar) / CC BY-SA 4.0