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As a human being, and a woman in business, we are the full circle. If you picture a full circle and imagine all of the emotions, thoughts and personalities that can exist within it, then we have the capacity to be it all. There is no polarity within the full circle, we can be and feel it all.
I don’t know about you but I am addicted to essential oils. I love reading about them, using them in my home and especially love seeing them being shared in my newsfeed as more and more women embrace their magic and power. I am also lucky enough to have worked with a lot of women who are building an essential oils business and want my social media support. And what I’ve come to realise is that there are some questions that I always get asked about using social media to build your essential oils business. So today, I want to share the answers to those questions with the ultimate sacred social media guide for your essential oils business.
I’d been a social media manager and marketing assistant for almost two years before I came up with the concept of sacred social media. It was two years of long hours, demanding work and an online world that kept on changing (normally around the same time that I thought I had finally worked it all out). I was tired and burnt out from it all but also inspired... because I knew that deep within that there was another way to do this.
I’ve played some interesting roles in the past 2+ years of being in business. I have been a social media manager where I have created social media content for coaches and creatives who wanted to outsource that part of their business. I have also been a social media mentor where I have coached and trained coaches and creatives how to do their own social media. Then I went and hired my own social media assistants who helped and supported me in managing social media for me and my clients.
When I first started Sophie Zen almost three years ago, I really just wanted a blog as a place where I could express myself. I’d experimented with it before and loved the way it opened up a whole new world - filled with beautiful opportunities to share and connect with others. But the universe had other plans for me and by the time I actually launched my website, I had a business too!
Joan Didion once said “I don't know what I think until I write it down” and I’ve never found a quote to be more true in my life than this one. If you’re one of my clients then you’ll be very accustomed to hearing me say “Can I get back to you via email?” Not because I don’t want to talk about it. Simply because I don’t know how I feel until I write it down. The way I felt about 2017 is much the same.