Passion, Learning, and Social Media

http://platform.twitter.com/widgets/hub.1324331373.htmlI have mentioned before that I don’t like change.  I am starting to realize however, that change usually involves learning of some sort.  And learning is a GOOD thing.  My wife loves to learn new things.  She says it keeps her from being bored.   I ran across a quote by Anthony J. D’Angelo that says “Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.”   I think perhaps that’s a good attitude to adopt when you are in business, and especially if you are the owner of a business.  Learning IS a good thing, and it keeps you moving, keeps you motivated, keeps you working toward the goal.

I am not an expert on Social Media yet, but I’m at least working on it.  I have even taken the next step and actually contacted one of my connections on LinkedIn and have started a business relationship with him that I think will be beneficial to me as well as my agents.  Maybe this Social Media thing will work even for me; someone who doesn’t like change.

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Social Media

The more I read about Social Media the more confusing it gets.  One article says you need to get as many Likes and Fans as you can, the next article says it’s not important how many Likes and Fans you have, it’s all about the quality and not the quantity.  Am I all alone out here or is anyone else having the same confusion?   I just want to help Life and Health Agents see our products and carriers so they can in turn help their clients get the coverage they need to protect themselves and their families.  Is that too much to ask?   (I might add here that in my case, confusion leads to frustration).

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