Twitter Challenge: Day 2

by Feb 2, 2019Challenges, Coaching, Discussions, Education, Goals0 comments

Twitter Challenge: Day 2

If the reasons we are doing this challenge are to Connect (with each other on Twitter via #TribalSupport), Engage (with a wider audience and via hashtags #), and Grow (outside our comfort zone by learning in public), then we need to take action!

While this is a 15 Day Twitter Challenge, and our goals are to Connect, Engage, and Grow, then we need to actually put our stake in the ground, so to speak, and get started.

A number of us already started this yesterday on Twitter (Kudos!!), and anybody else reading this is welcome to join in!

Twitter uses short messages, called Tweets, that can be up to 240 characters long (so that is pretty short). In this way, it is useful to share short bursts of content, value, and engage with others along shared conversations. We have already started, this, so now let’s take stock of where we are and move forward.

For today, let’s make sure people will know something about us and also begin to engage a little with each other!


1. Make sure your Twitter profile reflects the presence you want to show to the world. You can always update it (I do regularly), but let’s get something there for now. Go edit it until it feels right to you and you are satisfied.

2. Take a look at the #TribalSupport tag we have been using to help us find one another on Twitter, and follow one another. This helps us remain connected!

3. Post (at least) one Tweet about something related to what brought you to this challenge, what you may want to learn from it, or anything at all related to your coaching interests. Remember — Twitter is open by default, so your messages will be public (but don’t worry, nobody will realistically see what you are posting yet).

Always remember, use the #TribalSupport tag so we can see each other! Reply to this with a link to your Twitter profile so we can take a look. Comment here about any questions, thoughts, or ideas as well!

This Twitter Challenge is formally happening within the Life Coach Tribal Support community, though as it occurs in public in Twitter, it is really viewable and open to anybody who wants to follow along or participate in it.


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Jeffrey M. Keefer, Ph.D., is an educational consultant, institutional researcher and accreditation officer in higher education, professor of research methodology, nonprofit capacity building and strategic planning consultant, talent development coach, spiritual life advisor (chaplain) at New York University, spiritual director, and Wikipedian.