This was another fantastic week here at Brooklyn Content.
I have been putting out the best work of my career over the past few weeks. And I have been doing it with a new level of efficiency that I didn’t even think was possible.
What has me operating on such a high level lately?
It’s probably a mixture of things, but I am going to give most of the credit to my overall effort to improve myself, and that is what I am suggesting you talk to your audience about this week.
What Are You Doing to Improve Yourself?
From a writing perspective, a big part of my improvement has come from taking online courses. I recently completed Seth Godin’s Freelancer course. Following that, I dove straight into Jon Morrow’s Content Marketing Certification.
Neither of these courses directly improved the words I type, but they both have me looking at my process with fresh eyes.
On top of the courses, I have also been eating healthy and exercising regularly. Combine that with the fact that I’ve been getting out of bed early and you have the recipe for a very healthy and happy dude.
No matter where you are on the self-improvement spectrum, the people who follow you will enjoy hearing about what you are working on and where you are heading.
All you have to do is let them in on some of those details.
What Apps Are You Currently Obsesses With?
Another thing that has cranked up my professional and personal efficiency over the past few weeks is a combination of apps that have taken my daily routine to a new level.
I could easily write a detailed post about using the GoodNotes app and my Apple Pencil to create a digital Bullet Journal. I could also dive deep on how helpful I have found Google Keep to be for digital sticky notes. And don’t even get me started on this WorkFlowy app that I just found.
I’m sure you could do the same with whatever apps are powering your business today.
What Are You Reading?
Another angle that still gets into the self-improvement space is talking about whatever book or books you happen to be reading at the moment.
For me, the current books of choice are Astroball by Ben Reiter and The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle. It’s interesting that both of these books address changing cultures to produce positive results, which is kind of my thing at the moment.
No matter what you are reading right now – even if it’s just a fun romance novel – people will be interested to hear about what drove you to pick it up. Add in a bit about what you are learning from it and you’ve got more quality content ready to go.
Have a Great Week!