…e than as an armchair philosopher. When in doubt, stick to specifics rather than airy generalities. Ground your social media posts in your own thoughtful observations, drawn from firsthand experience. Real leadership rarely comes in greeting card-sized bites.
This should be part of a basic training for anyone using social media as part of their professional life. It’s great that you recognize a good turn of phrase, but that only qualifies you to work in the greeting card industry.
The ability to find wisdom and either act on it or add to it is much more rare. I think balance is super important in social sharing generally, but not just between value adds and pitches. It’s important to balance offering your own personal value to the conversation vs. just cribbing from others.