Know Your Audience - (Hades Riddle, 55 habits to reduce odds of a good life pt. 3, etc...)

Savvy Saturdays (11/20/21)

Savvy Idea: Figuring out who your audience can help you strategically write to their needs and problems.

Who I write to influences how I share my thoughts and insights.

Rather than aimlessly writing, by thinking of a specific person in mind, I can write towards their specific needs.

Whether it’s to an entrepreneur, someone earlier in faith, or a younger version of myself, I always try to think of one person I want to write to.

I’ve found that knowing my audience helps me create more impact through what I share, and ensures an effective message is communicated to help that audience work towards their goals and improve their lives.

Questions to ponder: 🤔

  • Who is the audience you are writing to?


Thanks for reading! If this is your first time here, consider subscribing and joining a community of savvy people!

Want to help me? Drop some feedback below! Feedback is a gift, so whatever you offer I appreciate!

Weekly Collections

A collection of resources for you to enjoy… 📰 🎬 🎙️

Can you solve the riddle and escape Hades?

55 habits to reduce odds of a better life pt. 3

  1. Getting too attached to your past success or flaws.

  2. Expecting good outcomes without working for them.

  3. Looking for shortcuts and straight lines for success.

  4. Waiting for others to make decisions that affect your life.

  5. Playing it safe all the time when you can explore your curiosities.


Weekly Tidbits

Learnings, verses, & quotes to chew on… 🧐

Verse of the Week

"There is none holy like the Lord:

for there is none besides you; there is no rock like our God."

—1 Samuel 2:2 ESV

Challenging Quote

"Twenty years after my own graduation, I have come gradually to understand that the liberal arts cliché about "teaching you how to think" is actually shorthand for a much deeper, more serious idea:

Learning how to think really means learning how to exercise some control over how and what you think.

It means being conscious and aware enough to choose what you pay attention to and to choose how you construct meaning from experience.

Because if you cannot exercise this kind of choice in adult life, you will be totally hosed."

—David Foster Wallace on the importance of controlling your attention

Weekly Update

Personal life stuff… 🔔

Hello friends,

Greetings from Austin! 👋 Let’s jump right in!

Lots happened this past week:

  • Hiked near Lake Travis with my church’s life group

  • Learned to golf for the first time 🏌️‍♂️

  • Networked at Capital Factory for F.I.E.S.T.A.

  • Previewed an entrepreneurial friend’s studio to see their Twitch Stream setup

  • Outreached again on the UT campus

  • Hung out with several friends downtown for lunch

  • Brainstormed with an entrepreneur friend on my own branding and content strategy - I will be taking steps in the next month or so to rebrand content, and may take a break (not yet though), so be on the lookout for that!

Anyways, here are several pictures from this past week: 📷

Thanks for checking in on the newsletter!

With that, stay safe 😷, keep it savvy 😎, and I’ll see y’all in the next update 😊


If this newsletter was forwarded or sent to you and you enjoyed it, subscribe below!

Want to support the newsletter? You can buy me a coffee!

Thanks, so far, to James, Yarty, and Jason for supporting me since I started!

If you can’t support monetarily, you can drop some feedback below!

Feedback is a gift, so I appreciate your valuable time. It only takes one click, and Chris the Corgi will wait for you on the couch.

Want to go the extra mile? If you know someone who would benefit from this or is savvy, share it with them!


You can sponsor my newsletter here!

And here are all my other links: SleekBio