Dr. Jess Gingerich // #ICEPelvic // www.ptonice.com
In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, #ICEPelvic faculty member Jess Gingerich emphasizes the importance of capturing and recording ideas when creating content. She stresses the need to write down ideas because they may be forgotten later during the content creation process. Jess suggests using a notes tab on your phone to jot down thoughts and ideas. Additionally, she encourages taking inspiration from what you see and not worrying about the possibility of stealing ideas or duplicating existing content. Jess emphasizes the importance of sharing your unique perspective and ideas, as someone who follows them may not be following you. Overall, the episode highlights the significance of documenting ideas to utilize them effectively when creating content.
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01:22 JESS GINGERICH
Good morning PT on ICE Daily Show. My name is Dr. Jessica Gingrich and I am on faculty with the pelvic division here at ICE. As always, we have some wonderful opportunities for learning coming your way. If you go check out ptonice.com to see when we are going to be close to you. We have a two-day live course that's going to bridge the internal pelvic floor assessment with return to strength training, endurance training, gymnastics, and so much more. We also have an eight-week online course that is a wonderful starting place in treating the female athlete. If this is something that's been on your list, head over there and snag your spot. I'm going to actually take a turn and instead of talking about pelvic things, I'm going to talk about social media. Social media kind of from the lens of someone who has been doing it for two and a half years, so not all that long. I don't have a degree in it, so I would consider myself somewhat of an amateur with this, but also kind of talking about