What MY Super Bowl Looks Like

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It’s Super Bowl Sunday and kick off is less than an hour away! As a HUGE sports fan you better believe I’ll be watching this massive event! I’m cheering Falcons as I love nothing more than the drive and perseverance of an underdog. Brady and the Patriots are an historical and iconic team, but heck, they’ve had their turn! Time for a new champ!

I’ve had what feels like Super Bowl moments over these last few weeks with the launch of my program Gen X Social.

Gen X Social Report

Gen X Social is a social media training, coaching and mentorship program specifically designed for Gen Xers and Baby Boomers.

One of my biggest moments of success, thus far, was being interviewed on two different podcasts last week. I was given the opportunity to talk about the benefits of Gen X Social and how it can help this specific age group of people who, for many, are still trying to figure out how to make social media work for them.

Gen X Social is primarily a program written to help people do business (either a part-time side business or perhaps even something full-time) using social media, it’s also for people who want to know how to use it for personal reasons. For example; many don’t yet know the difference between a Facebook profile and page. There are also those who just want to connect and communicate with family and friends and have a hard time figuring it out on their own. This program is useful for anyone in the 50 plus age group and will often help them feel better about themselves as they’ll understand social media better and learn how to use it; in most¬†cases, for the first time!

Here is one of the podcast interviews; I would be honoured if you would give Todd a 5 star rating as well as give it a listen. Just click this picture and you will be taken to the interview.

interview with Todd Bergin 1

If you would like more information on the Gen X Social program please visit the50plusentrepreneur.website and grab your free report on every day social media for Gen Xers and Baby Boomers.

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