DAY 4 | Focus on the details -
Today’s lesson was based on focusing on your personal brand and professional brand. Content is just more than a perfect Instagram feed. Being a creative is a way for our community to leave our mark, its a way for us to share our passions and story’s to which others can relate. Coming away from theses four days I can honestly say my perception and vision has been refreshed by this #zkstorytelling challenge
Be sure to follow the creator of this challenge 👉🏼 @zackkravits -
Living the high life. The views from the house on the hill were spectacular this fall. If I lived there, I don't think I would ever be able to tear myself away from that view! 10/4/19
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End of the pavement or Beginning of your flight ... perspective ... I know some roads appear to end... but usually it’s a jumping off point for your next adventure .. time to fly now.
I have felt lifted up, over and over again, by so many of you in the last year and half since making our profile public. Sharing our journey is sometimes challenging...but always worth it to have this community of love and support.
Please remember. “There’s nowhere you can be that isn’t where you’re meant to be”. -the Beatles
To all you awesome souls out there, share your favorite quotes in the comments! Has there been a specific quote that has resonated with you the most? I’d love to hear them! I’ll be sharing mine on my story. It’s always neat to hear from you all, and to read all the advice and love you share. I appreciate it all so much! Have a wonderful day everyone!
Engagement tip of the day: genuine comments and interaction are the key to developing a good follower base, but also strong friendships. Be kind, and do it often. It goes a long way, I promise you.
I’ve heard a few people say to me that Moose are actually the most dangerous animals in North America. I assumed this was correct until I actually looked it up. Here’s what I found:
Several sources claim that Moose attacks in North America are more common than Bear and Wolf attacks combined, however Moose attacks almost never result in death. There are certainly rare occasions where the attacks are fatal, but in many of those instances the Moose was provoked. The most common way to die from a Moose is by hitting one in your car, which makes them no more dangerous than deer or any other creature crossing the road on a dark night. .
Keep in mind that Moose do not see humans as food, therefore when they attack people, it is because they are grumpy with us and want us to go away. On the other hand, humans can easily be viewed as food in the eyes of a Bear. Thus, Bear attacks (while reported less than moose attacks) are much more likely to be unprovoked and to actually result in death. .
Therefore, Mr. Moose I apologize for perpetuating this myth about you. Thank you for sharing your forest with me and if I make you grumpy, I will happily leave your area.
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