If you want to play QB in the NFL, you’ve got to learn to do more than throw a nice spiral. Just for starters, you need to learn how to run plays, read defenses, and be a leader. You’ve got to execute while being chased by 300 pound linemen who want to take your head off.
If you want to be the best, you need to be good, execute and make good things happen.
Social media is the same thing. Posting content is one thing. It’s like learning how to throw a football. Knowing the “game” and consistently executing the right way, and at the right time, to get the results you’re looking for is a completely different thing.
Watch the video to see what I mean (less than 2 minutes)
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