Let’s Transform Social Media from Superficial to Substantive
The busier you get, the harder it is to remain focused on what matters the most… and the larger your business grows, the harder it is for others to understand your core values and priorities.
You can solve both challenges, argues Bruce Kasanoff, by engaging in a regular practice of what he calls social meditations. These are genuine, service-oriented posts on social media that help you to clarify your thoughts, values and priorities.
Social meditations are a window into your heart and soul. They reveal the genuine you, to both others as well as yourself.
Kasanoff’s presentations share his system for developing a regular social meditations practice and explains the many benefits to you as well as others:
Attract talented co-creators who share your values
Attract clients, employees and/or investors who want to be associated with your initiatives
Attract insights and opportunities in sync with your goals and aspirations
"Thank you for providing an excellent keynote to kick off our conference in the main tent. Throughout the conference, each of us heard references to the challenges you put in front of our OD members."
— David Brown, President, Independent Doctors of Optometric Care (IDOC)
“'A delight... an inspiration... a breath of fresh air.' These are the kinds of comments we’ve been getting from attendees ever since Bruce spoke at Bend WebCAM in October.
— Cam Davis, Co-Chair, Bend WebCAM Conference
"Thank you again for the terrific job you did keynoting the Platinum PR Awards. It was a pleasure working with you, and your ‘Help This Person’ message is certain to inspire the hundreds of PR professionals at our event.
— Steve Goldstein, Editorial Director of Events - Access International/PR News
"You are inspiring (both personally and professionally). Haven’t stopped thinking about the words of wisdom, and the notable experiences that you shared during your two talks."
— Susan Sano Berado, Online Content Strategist
"I just wanted to say thank you once again for sharing your expertise with your dynamic presentation on Saturday. I had to watch most of it from the hallway due to the popularity!"
— Stephen A. Kirsche, Jr., Wesleyan University, University Relations