The cheat code is that you still have to do the work.

It's time to create great Instagram captions and post content that gets shared + saved.

There is no such thing as a plug-n-play system to thriving and surviving on social media. Not everything can be set on auto-pilot. Work has to be done for it to be successful.

Are you willing to do the work? Do you want your business to reach far beyond its current clientele? Looking to gain more partnerships and show up in places and spaces you’ve never been before?

You gotta do the work. That is the only cheat code you need to know.

You ready?

Class is in session. Let’s go.


Today’s Learning

5 Categories of Content — 🎥 Training

Everyone gets on social media for a reason. Some are there to keep up with friends and family; others promote a service or business. And many do both.

Why are you on Instagram? What is your purpose for opening the app every day?

The best strategies for growing your audience begins with thinking like an audience member.

It would be best to have these 5 categories of content available on your Instagram feed to grow organically consistently.

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What’s in a great Instagram Caption?

Caption planning is just as important as figuring out what image you want to share to your IG feed. Most start with finding the perfect image and then creating the caption. I like to work backward.

Write the caption and then match the image to the story you are telling. This process is much easier than you think.

Learn what makes a good Instagram caption, get 30-days of caption planning tips + my caption marinating process, which guarantees to have your brain working faster than you can thumb out your next three posts.

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23 things I’ve learned curating an Instagram with over 100,000 followers

Over the past 2 years, I’ve learned more about Instagram than I would have imagined. I grew my audience not using one strategy but by trying different ideas and finding out what works for my audience and me.

You are the one driving the social media car. Pick something that allows you to be consistent and sustain through whatever is thrown your way.

I pose a question at the end of this post. Let me know what you think I should do.


I hope you are keeping all your learning together in one place. Take notes in a notebook or the notes app on your phone. You retain information much better when you write out your own ideas as you are reading mine.

Happy Learning!