“There’s magic in the mundane” –Chelsea Peitz
Welcome to episode no. 69 of the Nancy Duffy Show! [avatar user=”NancyDuffy31Love” size=”thumbnail” align=”right”]Nancy Duffy[/avatar]
Actor, Joseph Gordon-Levitt or John Blake from Batman, spoke at a Ted Talk earlier this year, where he shared how his addiction to attention through social media was beginning to affect his creative process. And you know he’s not the only one! That’s because we’re always thinking about what other people are going to think about what we’re doing – and what we’re making!! It’s a thought process that stops us from being the creators we were meant to be; from sharing who we really are.
This week Chelsea Peitz joins us to talk about how we can maintain authenticity while utilizing the tools of social media to our advantage with our work while also fostering real human connections. We’ll talk about how to get past the intimidation that may tempt us to not really be ourselves on social media and answer the question on whether or not introverts at a serious disadvantage in this new world of online personalities.
It’s Life. Music. Talk – all grown up – click on the media player above to tune-in!
About Chelsea Peitz
Chelsea specializes in camera-first branding and social media strategies and works with individuals, teams, and companies – teaching people to build an authentic and relevant brand through social media and digital marketing. She is also the author of Talking in Pictures, How Snapchat Changed Cameras, Communication, and Communities. Chelsea is a sought after speaker on the topics of disruptive innovation, social media trends and works to inform socialites about the latest news happening with the top social media platforms. Find her on Instagram here!
Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Full Ted Talk from April 2019
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