Using Social Media to Uplift Humanity and Add More Heart to Your Connections

March 17, 2021 00:31:51

Show Notes

Social media is a major influence in the lives of many people. It is an avenue for self-expression, a place to connect with others, and be swayed by others’ likes and posts. Social media isn’t just a place for videos, memes and small talk. It often shapes how people view the world. Social media is an important avenue to add heart and nurture our personal connections and the causes we care about. It has the potential to create networks of people who want to help uplift each other and humanity.

In this Add Heart Call, host Deborah Rozman and her guest, social media expert and author, Mari Smith, will talk about how to use social media in positive ways that connect us more deeply with each other and the planet.

We’ll close our Add Heart Call with a heart-focused meditation to deepen and increase the heart we’re adding to our connection with ourselves, and each other.

About our guest: Mari Smith has built a strong background in Internet Marketing since 1999 and is considered one of the world’s foremost experts on social media with over 1.7 million followers via various online social media channels. She is a Forbes’ Top Social Media Power Influencer, and the author of The New Relationship Marketing and coauthor of Facebook Marketing: An Hour A Day.

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