use the wisdom of the five love languages in your content and marketing
When I was a little girl, my parents had a bookshelf full of personality, parenting, and relationship books. I was a little bit of an odd child and I liked digging into these people-focused books and figuring out who I was as well and how I could love others in my life better. I loved learning about what made people tick individually, and how we all fit together as a big picture.
One of the books that caught my fancy was The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman.
In this episode, I’m going to share with you how you can bring your love language into your content and marketing, and tap into the wisdom of all five love languages to create and connect with others.
Highlights of the episode:
- A summary of each of the five love languages: Words of Affirmation, Acts of Service, Physical Touch, Gifts, and Quality Time
- Practical ways to weave your primary love language into your marketing efforts and content creation
- Ideas to incorporate all the love languages into your strategy to make people feel more seen, heard, and understood
Experiment with them and play with them a bit! What kinds feel most natural to you?
Which ones do you want to run for the hills when you try to do it? Where can you get a little help from friends or outsource it to make it effective?
Lisa Zawrotny’s Episode on the She Built This podcast about Love Languages in Business ((COMING SOON))
Lisa Zawrotny’s Episode on the Five Love Languages and Self-Care
Lisa Zawrotny’s Positively Living Podcast
Gary Chapman’s Book The Five Love Languages
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About Me, Emily Aborn
I’m Emily Aborn, I’m a Content Copywriter and my love language is helping business owners clearly what they want to say and share their message, vision, business, and expertise with the world! I love helping what makes you YOU and all the gifts, exceptionalness, and talents therein. When I’m not writing for clients or recording podcasts, I’m usually outside in the woods with my dog Clyde, hanging out with friends, or reading a good book.