10 Thing that Cheapen Your Social Media

The Rule for Elegant Social Media

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It’s pretty normal for people to want to be thought of as interesting, desirable, successful, and attractive. I mean really, who would want to be anything less? The problem is that on social media, how we communicate these things becomes sometimes tricky to do properly. Why? Because you may not always consider the long term affects of what you post on your social media, especially if you are thinking that something is a really good idea, and in your head you think that there will be an element of it that causes others to look at you the way that you want to be seen…but for only a specific situation.

Strategic way of looking at your social media

In order to stay out of the danger zone, you need to know the strategic way of thinking that those clever ladies who have the very best kinds of social media feeds already use. And I am not talking about likes, hearts, or gifs here.
No, the strategic way of looking at your social media is to understand that these days, it is an extension of you.  It is part of your persona to people who are not intimately acquainted with you (I mean family, close friends, and your partner by this) will look at to judge how they are going to formulate what they think about you.
We all know that there is a big trend in telling people not to judge, but ladies, I am sorry to say, people do judge anyways. It is almost impossible not to, as it is how we form our opinions of how we may feel about a person. And while yes, people can change their minds or opinions, the truth is that in many cases they may not have that opportunity, and what they saw on your social media is what will stick with them forever.

What people see in social media will stick with them forever

What does this mean to you? Think back to some of your posts, and what you were intending when you posted them. Now realize that the people that don’t really know you will not have that context. The same eyes that are looking at your social media for the job you just applied for may be faced with something that was meant for the eyes of perhaps someone else…and an entirely more personal reason. But they will not know the difference. They just see what is in front of them.
And maybe it’s something that you are wearing (or is it not wearing?) that you do not want everyone (and I mean everyone) that sees your social media to associate with you? There are many ways that you can still get your message across with your clothing but done in a way that reinforces how you really want people to see you, and if this is something that you would like to learn, I teach my students in my progam, The Elegant Stylist, exactly how they can really get this right for themselves. Click on elegantstylist.me to learn about how to be included the next time I open my course.
Now that you know the Rule on why it’s important that you keep your social media elegant,  let’s look at how to do it. I have made a video for you here that will help it make sense to you!

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Anna Bey is an educator in the elegant feminine empowerment space and the founder of an online finishing school for women. She can confidently call herself a pioneer in this genre because she was the first to be sharing content in this niche since 2012.

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Anna Bey is an expert on Modern Elegance™, upscale transformations, and leveling up, with over 150 million channel views. Since 2012, she has taught women how to develop a more refined personal presence and lifestyle inside the Anna Bey Academy, where she hosts her various classes and courses. Her publication features include The Times UK, Newsweek, New York Post, Cosmopolitan, and many more.

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