May 25 Posted 12 months ago
I think that you need to put more thought into your insights than the prescribed one and two minutes. One minute for the following:
• 1 minute: respond to tweets and DMs
• 1 minute: scan your home feed; retweet 1-2 tweets
• 1 minute: find a couple of new people to follow
Projects are usually underscoped.
May 23 Posted 12 months ago
This is a bit like promises you can get physically fit in "just seven minutes a day!" It's better than sitting on your rump to be sure, but it's not a well thought out, comprehensive fitness program. I don't know many people who can leave a truly thoughtful reply to a combative or challenging correspondent in 60 seconds. A tough question or consumer complaint requires more time. Even a product features question might take time to research.
Are your clients/stakeholders worth more than two minutes of thought? Tossing a random photo or link up with a sentence might be done in two minutes, assuming you ran across the photo without having to spend more than a few seconds looking for it.
May 15 Posted 1 year ago
This can be a great way to go. As we do not have so much time to manage owing to our busy schedule, this strategy can be followed to save a lot of time and energy. Great article !!!
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