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Podcast Social Media Graphics Specialist Bids Farewell. Daphne Gariety
Episode 1821st August 2022 • Your Positive Imprint • Catherine Praiswater
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What does the Your Positive Imprint podcast social media graphics specialist do? Daphne Gariety shares her YPI insights.

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Your positive imprint.

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What's your PI.

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As you know, have had this fabulous, absolutely awesome social media graphics specialist, and she is here today Daphne Gariety your positive imprint podcast, social media graphics specialist.

Catherine:

What an amazing title to have on your resume at 18, 19 years old.

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Daphne.

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Welcome to the show.

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Thank

Daphne Gariety:

you.

Daphne Gariety:

Thank you for having me

Catherine:

again.

Catherine:

Daphne was featured on episode 169.

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Social media marketer provides humanitarian aid to Africa.

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Well on today's episode, Daphne shares what her work is like as the social media graphics specialist for your positive imprint podcast.

Daphne Gariety:

For each post, it depends on the episode.

Daphne Gariety:

I like to have them themed.

Daphne Gariety:

So for example, if it's, about Marine biology or something to do with the environment, I'll usually have a template,

Daphne Gariety:

with either the ocean or sand or, or a landscape or, or say it is Marine biology, I'll usually do more tropical colors.

Daphne Gariety:

And if it's more of like a mountain terrain or something of that sort, I'll usually incorporate colors that are more earthy tones.

Daphne Gariety:

So I do a lot of color based themes depending on what the topic is, say, it's sporty say it's environmental, protection.

Daphne Gariety:

I'll usually make the fonts aesthetic to the theme as in the colors and the way that I organize the shapes.

Daphne Gariety:

Yeah.

Daphne Gariety:

, sometimes I'll, I'll come up with unique ideas depending on how my brain flows functioning that day . Um, but.

Daphne Gariety:

But most of the time, I just theme it to the episode and what is being discussed.

Daphne Gariety:

Daphne is not afraid to put herself out there.

Daphne Gariety:

She takes the time to create graphics that match the guest and the topic.

Daphne Gariety:

I think growing up the way that I have in the society that I have has been extremely helpful.

Daphne Gariety:

And the hobbies that I have.

Daphne Gariety:

I love to act and sing.

Daphne Gariety:

I'm a singer songwriter and a performer.

Daphne Gariety:

So I have always been exposed to putting myself out there, whether that be in performance or advertising for a show, or even just about, the adventures

Daphne Gariety:

I think putting myself out there has always been sort of natural to me, but I guess with marketing, it's kind of the same because I'm just so used to putting myself out there.

Daphne Gariety:

I guess that's what it is.

Daphne Gariety:

I'm just, I have had a lot of exposure to putting myself out there where lots of people can see.

Daphne Gariety:

And I just have, I kind of have this mentality where I'm like, okay, I like it.

Daphne Gariety:

If someone else doesn't like it, it's okay.

Daphne Gariety:

um, I just, I guess I just

Daphne Gariety:

have fun with it.

Daphne Gariety:

Again, it, it varies from post to post and episode to episode.

Daphne Gariety:

But usually if it's a lighthearted.

Daphne Gariety:

Topic being discussed it is easier for me cuz it's lighter colors, just kind of happier, more enthusiastic, um, designs.

Daphne Gariety:

But if it's a, topic's a little more serious to take a little bit more time, so it can take like seven minutes to 15 or anywhere from from, I guess, 15 to like 20, 25, depending on how much

Catherine:

And I asked Daphne the big question.

Catherine:

What are your favorite episodes that you have marketed for your positive imprint podcast?

Daphne Gariety:

Hmm,

Daphne Gariety:

let me think.

Daphne Gariety:

Terry Lilly.

Daphne Gariety:

I, I mean, first, I just love the photos from it doing design for Terry Lilly I'm actually working on one today.

Daphne Gariety:

I love them because, of the, different

Daphne Gariety:

pops of color from the reefs and the ocean and everything.

Daphne Gariety:

But I think, I think Terry Lily and Leif Cox, both of them, cuz I mean, I love animals.

Daphne Gariety:

Especially orangutans.

Daphne Gariety:

They're really cute.

Daphne Gariety:

Um, but I, I just appreciate, their missions and, and what they've been focusing on and putting their energy into.

Catherine:

Oh, that is awesome.

Catherine:

Daphne, I am so thrilled to hear that.

Catherine:

So what are you going to take with you when you leave

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as the social media graphics specialist?

Daphne Gariety:

I think, an awareness of a lot of things that are going on in the world, cuz I'm pretty observant and pretty aware of a lot of things.

Daphne Gariety:

But as a young person, there's a lot going on that sometimes I tune out because it's hard to listen to or talk about but that needs awareness drawn to it.

Daphne Gariety:

So I think an awareness about certain topics, hard topics and important topics that need to be, talked about.

Catherine:

You're not oblivious to what is happening, but through the podcast you have learned from guests and the things are affecting people in other countries.

Catherine:

So I appreciate that Daphne.

Daphne Gariety:

thanks.

Catherine:

Daphne again, I wanna thank you so much for sharing your creativity with your positive imprint and all of the listeners around the world.

Catherine:

It is fabulous that you have brought your talent, your creativity, and especially your willingness to learn about what is happening in the world and what the guests are doing with regard to their positive imprints.

Catherine:

Thank you so much for your work as the, your positive imprint, social media graphics specialist.

Catherine:

Superb title, superb work, superb person.

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I certainly appreciate your innovation.

Daphne Gariety:

Thank

Daphne Gariety:

you.

Daphne Gariety:

Of

Catherine:

course.

Catherine:

So what are your last inspiring words you would like to share?

Catherine:

I would say to not be afraid to put yourself out there because it builds a lot of character and it's good for you.

Catherine:

and, it gives you opportunities that you might not have before.

Catherine:

So the inspiring words from Daphne be to not be afraid to put yourself out there.

Catherine:

Daphne, I am so thrilled that you were not afraid to put yourself out there . Daphne Gariety

Catherine:

I will miss you.

Catherine:

I will miss you, but I thank you so much for being a part of your positive imprint.

Daphne Gariety:

I miss you too.

Daphne Gariety:

Thank you, Catherine.

Daphne Gariety:

Thank you for the opportunity.

Daphne Gariety:

Oh, you are so welcome.

Daphne Gariety:

You are so welcome

Catherine:

Daphne leaves your positive imprint podcast, but she is continuing her positive imprints as a missionary where she will continue aiding people everywhere.

Catherine:

Next week.

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And guess who?

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S L Aditya from India will be on the show to share his positive imprints and yes, you do recognize the name.

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He is the winner of the, your positive imprint t-shirt design contest.

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And he's going to share what inspired him to do the design that he created.

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Next week.

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Your positive imprint.