Stream Early, Stream Often
Elevation Health founder and CEO Steve Lee says, “There are endless benefits to staying active, but they’re even greater when you incorporate periods of rest into your schedule. For those who often push past their limits in the name of productivity, here’s a comprehensive strategy to help you get your 6stream back on track for 2018.”
According to Lee, on average, people spend about 17 hours per week in total in a standing position.
When that kind of active time is taken into account, it becomes clear why even the most productive and energetic among us don’t know what to do with their 6streams when the year begins to wind down.
“The human body is designed for much less time spent in this position.
Create a Unique Brand
As the old saying goes, “If you want to make an elephant dance you have to dance like an elephant”. You want the public to know you’re different and you want them to feel an attachment to you. One of the best ways to create a strong brand is to build an online community. Make it easy for users to share what they love and interact with you, the influencer, to solve their problems.
For example, if you’re an attorney, you could create a website that allows people to search for questions that could be answered by you. This could be a great way to allow people to engage with you in a meaningful way, while also being able to drive business to you.
Host a Live Event
We’re living in an age where everyone is curious about more.
Get Creative with Streaming
Free live streaming apps are allowing content creators and streamers to spread the word about their work on the go. We talked to a few founders and CEOs about how they promote their work in the app, and how you can too.
WebPop is a brand new app that launched in October with big aspirations. It offers a visual social platform where streamers can live broadcast content. Once you install the app, you can create a “lifestyle” feed that shows trending clips and playlists from the streaming community, and share them on your social networks.
It’s even available on Google Play and the App Store.
Now enter InstaLive, a service that gives you a chance to directly connect with an audience.
Stream for Yourself First
A day or two before New Year’s, you’re going to want to step away from the shopping and focus on what you’re going to be streaming all year. Put some thought into what kind of videos you’re going to put out. Are you going to be presenting bite-sized info on a regular basis? Will you be hosting informational interviews on your website or YouTube channel? Even if you’re just going to release more informational or interview content, you’ll need a hub of videos that go together.
Put Together a Creative Video Template
After you’ve compiled a creative template that showcases your platform, you can create these videos in the knowledge that they will perform a few different functions in terms of promotion. They’ll send traffic to your website.
Be Your Own Biggest Fan
Think about what the best version of you looks like. Who inspires you, and what are you doing to become that?
If the answer is exercising, make a New Year’s resolution to get your body and mind into a healthier, more energetic mindset.
Let this include three full-body workouts that you do every day. How do you feel after each workout? Do you feel like a million bucks, or a little sore? Keep taking that body the right direction, and you’ll become the person you want to be.
One of my favorite quotes by Marianne Williamson sums it up:
“There is no terror in love; but perfect love casts out fear.”
Practice this, and when you find yourself tempted by your weaknesses, you’ll know that the right love and self-love are coming for you.
Be Prepared to Play!
As your stream builds up, you will be able to get back into some serious bass action. I’ve seen some serious growth in the last few weeks of November.
The dates when I catch the most bass are always in December when the water is at its warmest.
As the water starts to cool, the fish will slow down and be more lethargic.
Take advantage of these times when they are slowest and fish with a light rig to get some fish!
The next thing you want to do is start stacking fish for that late season run of fish that will take place as you get close to the new year.
Bass should start to move shallow and into the shallows by mid-October as the water cools off.