Brandon Robbins

Creative growth, social media, campaign/book launches, and marketing for churches, authors, non-profits, and small businesses

How You're Making Personal Social Media Toxic

One of the most toxic things you can do while using social media for personal reasons (not business reasons with goals and outcomes) is monitor who is following and unfollowing you, liking and retweeting you. 

The most valuable human connections go deep, not wide. 

Focus on depth of your connections, not reach of your influence.

You'll never be satisfied otherwise. 

You'll get more out of 5 or 50 followers you know that engage with you regularly and enhance your life offscreen than 5,000 or 50,000 followers you don't know that fail to positively impact your analog life.