Using the Charcuterie Board Theory to Show up Authentically Online with Cyrissa Carlson

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A charcuterie board? … yes, that’s right friends!  Cyrissa provides the best analogy for how to set up your social media platform beginning with the platter and then carefully selecting the meats, cheeses, and accouterments to appeal to all your unique follower’s personalities.

So if you’ve ever found yourself stuck on what to post to appeal to everyone, stop right there because today’s show is for you.

Discover more about  Cyrissa Carlson

Website: sparklesocietyworkshops.com
Instagram:
@sparklesociety
Facebook: @sparklesociety
Pinterest: Sparklesocietyworkshops
YouTube: SparkleSocietyWorkshops

Bio:
Cyrissa Carlson is a photographer and business coach, located in the heart of Ohio! She has built three six-figure companies, exclusively with social media, and is passionate about helping other female entrepreneurs do the same. She helps her clients create smart and strategic marketing strategies; allowing them to spend less time hustling, and more time with their families! Cyrissa has empowered thousands of women feel heard and get seen on social media…. now it’s your turn!

Resources shared in this episode

Freebie Business Quiz

Atomic Habits Book by James Clear

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5 Comments

  1. Misha on April 30, 2020 at 10:00 am

    I absolutely loved this episode! I could really relate and it actually gave me quite a wake up call as well as I’m not very consistent on my social media so this gave me that much needed kick to start fixing that 💕

  2. Gina Wiseman Wiseman on April 30, 2020 at 6:33 pm

    Love this! I am one of Cyrissa’s Sparkles! She is amazing!

    Thank You!

    • Erin on May 1, 2020 at 5:59 am

      Agreed she is so awesome!! Glad you enjoyed the interview 😉

      • Oksana Berry on May 2, 2020 at 9:14 am

        You girls are so great!! Lisa I don’t know how you do it. You are everywhere!! I’m so grateful for all the content you put out there for us. I truly admire you.
        P.s. I make wicked Charcuterie boards!

        • Erin on May 3, 2020 at 6:20 am

          Wow thank you so much this makes us so happy to hear!

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