Time. There is never enough of it. Amiright?
When I talk to clients about personal branding, they admit they don’t have the time to keep up with it. However, we should make it a priority because it is important. And if you dedicated ONE hour on a Sunday to plan things out for the week—you would be set!
One of my goals is to help clients find time in their week to build their personal brand. I think we all look for ways to make what we do more efficient. I highly recommend Amy Porterfield's Online Marketing Made Easy episode featuring Michael Hyatt where they talk about creating your ideal week to be more productive.
However, there are also tools you can use that can make it easier to maintain and build your personal brand. Check out a few select tools below:
I don't know about you, but I love a great organized To Do list. Trello is a great project management organization tool. You can create boards for various topics and create tasks under each with due dates + much more.
Instagram is the platform that the majority of us spend the most time on. Later is a GREAT tool and resource for Instagram. You can visually plan and schedule your posts on Later. They also have an informative blog that has amazing tips and news on the latest Instagram features.
Do you ever look at someone's cute post and wonder, "How did they create that?" Canva is one of the most incredible creative resources and you can use it for FREE. They have TONS of templates for social media and other visual materials.
INSTAGRAM STORY COLLECTIONS
This is one of the most underutilized features on Instagram. It is a way for you to save and organize Instagram posts you want to remember. I wrote a blog with tips on how to organize your Instagram Collections here.
One of the easiest ways to keep up with your personal brand is schedule some of your posts ahead of time. Hootsuite is one of the most well known platforms for social media management. You can create an account for free and take one hour a week to plan out your posts for the next week, two weeks or month.