3 Things You Should Do To Be That "It Factor" in 2022



Can you believe 2021 is long gone and here we are in 2022. I don't know about you, but today is my New Year. Something about a Monday and the the new year goes hand in hand. I am ready to make this year count. I have been super busy with thinking about what I want to do this year and be honest, it is going to be mostly self development. I want to take this year and be in tuned with myself. I want to really dive deep and get to really know "Elizabeth" and what makes ME happy and what brings me peace. Going through some trials and tribulations last year had me really thinking about what kind of energy I want put out there for the new year. I came up with 3 things that will be my focus on becoming a better version of me...and guess what? I'm goin to share them with you too!


I have struggled with this since 2020 when I first started my blog and changed from a "personal" instagram account to a "business" one. I was the one who posted a pic or video and the first thing I looked for was the likes and comments. If I got only one comment or one like, I was devastated and probably deleted the post(I know lol). I would expect the same people that I showed love to on their pages to do the same for me and when I wasn't getting that, I felt some type of way. I had to learn that seeking validation from people, will slow me down tremendously because I was basically seeking approval, if I didn't get it, I wouldn't post anything or feel unmotivated too, when there could be even one person that was looking forward to what I have to share because I inspire them. I had to really dig deep and understand that my life and what I do does not need validation from anyone. Social media has a real crazy way of having people think that likes, shares, and comments validates you. I am here to tell you that it doesn't. Take this as your sign, even if you have one like, that means you reached out to someone. Don't let numbers fool you. If you do feel that way, then I suggest taking a break from social media... I wrote a post about the signs of needing a social media detox... read it here


I am still working on this. In fact, my word for this year is "consistency" I noticed when I show up on my posts, stories, and reels, I have quite a few people engage and its very rewarding. Some days, I don't feel like going on line and promoting my blog or other things and   by doing that I am losing followers. I am losing the motivation to do more. It doesn't help that I am also an introvert which is very strange that I want to blog and connect with other people lol. besides the point, just keep engaging with your audience. This year I plan on being more active on line. That is by commenting on other people's posts, sharing their content, liking etc. I will also be posting on my page more and attempting to be more social on stories ahhhhhh lol. Which also leads me to the last thing you should do to be the "in factor" for 2022...


I am also working on this. My brand is Elizabeth Jacas. So, I have to be intentional with everything that I post. It has to have meaning and purpose. When you are doing anything in life, it has to be intentional BUT make sure it is something good lol. PLEASE! You have to be clear of what you want and work hard to achieve/master it. Point.Blank.Period

These 3 things for ME, is what I want to do moving forward with my business plans. However, you can implement these tips in anything that you want to do in your life. Whether it be home life, work life, friendships, relationships, marriage, etc. Let me know in the comments how these 3 things will help you be the "it factor" this year :) 

Later Love Bugs,
Elizabeth Jacas

1 comment

Unknown said…
I agree 100% with what you said and can relate to what you are talking about. I have been doing a lot of behind-the-scenes things for my business, but I really do need to implement these three points to get myself/business out there more. I am definitely going to be consistent with marketing and be intentional on why I'm posting. The right person will see it and reaching just one person is all that matters. This is because your content could have helped that person in some sort of way; you just never know who needs it.