Teaching and Being Yourself on Social Media
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Educator and social media personality Joe “Mr. D” Dombrowski, shares how to grow your social media brand, awkward classroom situations, and how studying improv made him a better teacher.
Joe Dombrowski's viral classroom video where he made up words for a spelling test garnered him over 20 million views and landed him on the Ellen DeGeneres show, which launched his speaking career. So buckle up and get ready to learn how to become insta-famous.
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Topics covered in this episode:
Joe Dombrowski's April fools video
Joe Dombrowski appearing on The Ellen Degeneres Show
How Joe Dombrowski built his brand on social media
Joe Dombrowski's improv background
Why studying improv can help you be successful
How improv can make you a better teacher in the classroom
How to handle awkward questions in the classroom
Joe Dombrowski getting his mother on the bachelor
How to write your own story on social media
how to make your social media thrive
Social Media is the new digital resume
How to showcase yourself on your social media
Calligraphy art on Instagram
How being real and raw (true to yourself) grew Joe Dombrowski's social media following exponentially
Advice for newly graduated college students
What to do when applying for a job
How to handle job interviews
How to get your first real job post graduation