in Education11 months ago

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After posting your content, you sit down waiting for who will come and comment on your post.

In your mind, you have written a powerful post. Everyone must read it and comment.

The moment you get a notification that someone commented on your post, you quickly go and reply to the comment 🤣🤣🤣
What you don't know is that the same way you think your content is the best content is the same way the other person thinks their post is the best.

You are waiting for that person to comment on your post. That person is waiting for you to comment on their post 🤣🤣🤣
You already know what happens in the end.

Why don't you make a switch? Do unto others what you want others to do unto you.

In 30 minutes you can read and comment on 10 posts. Yes, just 30 minutes.

What if you dedicate 30 minutes straight to engage with what others post? That itself will give you visibility.

In some of those posts, your comment will be the only comment. It means the poster will take note of your name.

The next time they see a post with your name, they will have a feeling that they owe you something because you have commented on their post before.

Engaging with what others post does not only encourage them, it also gives you visibility.

Stop waiting for people to comment on your post. Take the initiative to comment on what others post.

Tell me, out of all the content you have read today here, how many did you engage with by dropping a meaningful comment?

Leaders start while others are sleeping.



👏🏾This is so true. I know we hear about engaging all the time, but really

Why don't you make a switch? Do unto others what you want others to do unto you.

It’s all about being intentional. Dedicate some time to dropping healthy comments on others’ posts.