I’ve reached the point in the development of my organization where great things are happening each week. In the beginning, I’d see a stroke of good luck maybe once a month. And it wouldn’t really matter if I ran to Facebook and announced the news or posted here for the community to see. Now, I find myself having to play closer attention to the release of information.
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Timing is an art form. The right timing can allow for the impact of news to be greater. Instead of running to Facebook and hastily posting an announcement, it’s time to craft statements and build social chatter. I learned a lot about creating buzz this summer from my father, who use to work in Public Relations.
It’s an interesting concept. Especially considering I’m writing this on the Independent Seminar page. In the past semester, I’d spill the good news on this blog. However, since this is a public audience, releasing tidbits of important news can actually leak into other places of the internet and damage the power of a centralized announcement. It’s how I was able to maximize the power of my TD Bank Young Hero Award, and the subsequent articles written.
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I guess this is just my way of hinting at some really great news coming soon. While I can’t spill it right here, right now, I’m able to tell you the lesson I’ve learned. That timing is an art form and it can really help amplify a message if used properly.
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