In my room, I was sitting in front of my laptop trying to come up with my next post.
It felt like I already posted just about everything I ever needed to post about. I ask myself, why post anything more after this point?
It was then when I realized something important.
I am not my audience.
And vice versa, my audience is not me.
That means the market I want to connect with does not hold the exact same thought process as I do as the content creator.
For example, I had a fear of reposting the same content twice in a month, because I didn’t want to come off as spammy.
To put it to the test, I reposted anyway.
The results shocked me.
Not only did the market not seem to care about my reposted content (heck, they didn’t even notice).
The reposted content got equally if not more attention than the original post.
You are not your audience.