The comic above talks about what happens when the power goes out. The comic itself is a result of what happens when your comic supplier gets busy with work that pays the bills. JD contributes the Handshake club at no cost so I can’t complain if he has to take a couple days away to do business.
So with creative license, little comic skills, and 10 minutes to work this is what you get. But it does address an important part of becoming too ingrained in your online world.
What happens when you rely on social media and the power goes out or the internet is down? If the above accurately depicts what would happen if you could not access social networks I would suggest it’s time to take a break.
Two years ago all I did was work on finding new clients and serving my existing clients. Now with social media I have to continuously remind myself to make sure that what I’m doing has a business application. I have enough friends, and three children, so socially I’m set.
So if you’re a business person looking to make a living make sure that social media works for you. These are great tools for staying in touch with friends, but even better they are great tools to connect, communicate, and interact with other business professionals and prospects.
Someone wake me when the powers back on.