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Advice for the Entrepreneur: Lee’s Tip #70

04 Feb 2014 Uncategorized

This is especially for Facebook group members and the admins who love them. If there are negativity and/or discord within the group, who is responsible? I believe that an effective group administrator can ensure his or her Facebook page contains only good and useful content delivered with a friendly and welcoming tone. Debate is good; diverse opinions are good; however, these can be expressed in positive and respectful ways. Before you post, ask yourself: Is it true? Is it kind? Would you want it said about you? Would you want your “competition” to say these things about you on their group page? Would you say it to their face? As a group administrator, if you are allowing or indeed getting involved in even subtle put-downs of your competitors, people are noticing. It doesn’t look pretty. Man/woman up! Become the person you want to be, and improve your character. It is not too late.