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It’s brand new with the new site. There was a long debate over whether to keep a few past, separate social media accounts active or to just start again fresh and we decided to start again to focus our message on the actively, forward-thinking, creating side of self-development and innovation.
We don’t think spending forever on social media is a productive use of time in general. It can be more of a distraction than a help, so we decided to avoid social media for a while, and have rebranded with a new ‘active only’ focus, only spreading posts that add real active value to getting people to be inspired to do something now.
The future will encourage and require so many more of us to be able to think out the box as creative thinkers and critical problem solvers, so we wanted to refocus around providing this inspiration, insight and platform to encourage just that, and we thought the best way to do so was to have one site, one core ‘changemaking’ message.
An aim of The Envisionary is to provide ‘rich’ articles and programs that inspire and provoke action. We do accept guest posts and have a group of selected authors, but if you would like to become an author or add a guest post on The Envisionary we must ensure it is suitable and in line with our ‘rich’ content philosophy.
We want to create content that helps people take positive action towards creating changes needed in the world and gets us living to our potential, not content that is just read and then not acted upon, or which is too generic about positive thinking and been written a thousand times. It has to impact and lead towards forward thinking mindsets that challenge comfort zones.
We are careful about what advertising we accept, as we need our content to be relevant for our readers. We think advertising only works when the users are engaged to a relevant message and the type of advertising that works well on The Envisionary is around active services and products that are focused on self-improvement, life coaching, innovation and creativity.
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On mobile click on the top right hamburger menu icon, log in, and then see ‘my account’ under your name (select your avatar if you can’t see it).
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