Last week we launched a free web course on how to properly brand your young student athletes on social media.
Touching on topics like:
*What pages to follow (& which ones not to follow)
*How to get your young athlete in position to be on someone’s radar.
*Which content is more/less useful for certain social media platforms.
If you have a student athlete in this crazy age of social media, I strongly suggest that you check this USEFUL information out so that you can properly implement these tips in getting the right eyes on your youth athlete.
The course is designed to share tips and information on how families, coaches and organizations can use social media and branding for student athletes. Information in this course can be used across various sports.
What prompted this course, is the desire to share what I have learned as we navigate my younger son’s recruiting process. Eight years ago I created an IG and Twitter account for him, to simple chronicle his basketball journey. Now, I see the value in making that decision and how it’s been a big part in his recruiting journey.
Whether you are a student athlete, a family member, a coach, or a youth sports organizer this information will be of benefit to you.
Enroll today in Social Media, Branding & Basketball. This course is free for the month of February.
On this episode of the Evolving Takes Werk Podcast we’ll discuss that decluttering project from our previous episode and how after clearing the clutter we found what we needed to make a repair in our home.
We’ll also touch on what to do with the things we find as we declutter. Should we trash it, give it away or keep it? Though only keep it if it sparks joy.
Also in this episode, I’ll share how Steel Cut Oats by Better Oats became important to my life after suffering from a stoke and my experience during the pandemic of creating an eBook.
I have come to find that my writings tell a story. It is one of resiliency and gratitude. For a while I thought my writings were not connected. I’ve written poetry, fiction, a journal and a non-fiction book. Honestly, I thought “My collection is random and it doesn’t make sense.” Then one day I was on ClubHouse and the moderator, Teresa Hairston, told me that my writings tell the story of my resiliency.
Not only had I never considered that idea, I never would have on my own.
Today I got on Canva and created this video. In days to come I will expound on each book and tell why I wrote it and how I created it.
I have participated with #GoRedForWomen❤️ faith based initiatives for several years. I loved being a part of #havefaithinheart and #empoweredtoserve It was something about getting information out to the community about stroke and heart disease that I absolutely love.
On November 5, 2018 all of the information that I shared, with others, I now needed for myself. After my first day on a new job, I was rushed to @thechristhospital and it was determined that I had suffered a stroke. It’s been a journey for my family, my friends and myself. Fortunately, the quick response by a school secretary and a school nurse got me the help that I desperately needed.
After leaving the hospital, I was in speech therapy for months and I eventually entered counseling to deal with the depression and anxiety of everything that was going on in my life.
I Go Red for myself, my family, my friends and to inspire others with my story of resilience.
My prayer is that my life experiences are a blessing to others. Remember, we are blessed to be a blessing.
I encourage you to
💃🏽Know your numbers. 💃🏽Choose to move. 💃🏽Stress less 💃🏽Eat well. 💃🏽Be well.
Last year I signed up to work with Denise Bryers and through her program I learned the importance of working out and eating well. I began her program weighing 315 pounds. Not only do I now workout on average of 10 times a week, I eat mainly whole foods and I have lost a little over 51 pounds.
I look forward to sharing my story and I pray that it blesses and motivates others.