The courage to do less
Episode 4910th November 2021 • Courageous Content with Janet Murray • Janet Murray
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Should you feel guilty about taking time out from social media if you’re not ‘feeling it’?

Or when life gets super busy?

Actually, sometimes the most courageous thing you can do with your content is NOT show up 

with your content. 

Find out more in this short podcast episode.

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IMPORTANT: THIS TRANSCRIPT IS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED. WE GIVE IT A QUICK CHECK THROUGH BUT WE DON’T CORRECT EVERYTHING AS IT’S INTENDED TO HELP YOU FIND PARTS YOU WANT TO LISTEN TO AGAIN - NOT AS AN EXACT TRANSCRIPT. SO THERE MIGHT BE A FEW QUIRKY WORDS/PHRASES HERE!

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Hi, I'm Janet Murray. And here's some inspiration for you for those days when you're not really feeling it with your content. The most courageous thing I did with my content this week was not showing up with my content yet with so much to organize ahead of my courageous content live virtual content planning event. I decided that something had to give, and that was the interview episode of my podcast,

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which was due to go out on a Thursday. I knew it would take me a couple of hours to get it ready for editing. And I decided that given I'd already published me podcast episodes that week, it was something that could wait. And quite frankly, I was starting to feel a little burned out. Well, consistency is important. I mean,

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I wouldn't be running a virtual content planning event and have sold hundreds and hundreds of tickets. If I hadn't showed up consistently with my content in order to build an audience to sell those tickets. But I also believe that there are times when it's actually more courageous to take a breather in a world where the message can often feel as if it's just do more,

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do more, do more. It can sometimes feel like it takes courage to do less. So this is my reminder to you that it's okay to take a break from social media when you feel you need it. As long as you show up consistently, most of the time, the sky really isn't going to fall in. If you take a short break from social media,

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in fact, sometimes it's vital. Would you like to create super engaging content about your business and do it consistently? If so you need my courageous content planner in your life. It's a gorgeous A4 desk diary. That's so simple to use because it's based on my four-by-four strategy, which involves posting four styles of content four days a week. Yes,

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content planning really can be that easy there's templates for daily, weekly, monthly, and annual planning. So, you know exactly what to post, where and when plus hundreds of ready-to-go content ideas and prompts. So you'll never run out of ideas for social media posts again, and accountability trackers to keep you consistent with your posting. The courageous content planner is both practical and pretty with four gorgeous cover designs to choose from.

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So if you want to ditch the content overwhelm and you want a simple content plan, you can actually stick to head over to courageous content, planet.com to order your copy today. Thanks for listening to the courageous content podcast. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review on apple podcast or share the episode on social media. That way more people can benefit from the free tips and strategies I share and be sure to tag me when you do I'm at Jan Murray on Instagram,

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Twitter, and TikTok.