Welcome to ENUF Direct

We invite you to join this

National Awareness Movement

Help us fight the dangers of social media addiction, bullying, online predators, teen suicides and more…..

What you will get:

  • FREE access to ALL employees
  • FREE access to family and friends
  • FREE Corporate Compliance Video
  • Receive “think before you post” plaque
  • Receive “think before you post” banner
  • Click here to see product details

“Protect your children from social media dangers that can impact their future. Don’t wait until it’s too late”

– CEO, Tony Glick

What is Social Media IQ?

Social Media IQ is a 12-module video whiteboard training course that teaches social media responsibility. The modules cover a variety of topics that help children and their parents to be more mindful of the dangers that lurk on social media and how to build a more powerful personal brand on social media. The course also provides valuable instruction on how to use social media in a positive way. Raising your child’s social media IQ will ensure your child’s success and protection. Is there anything more valuable than that?

A few topics covered in the training:

  • Building an A+ personal brand
  • Social media bullying
  • Limits and life on social media
  • Using common sense on social media
  • Avoiding social media predators


An Important Message to Parents

Social Media is shaping our children’s lives. What they do today can have a negative or positive impact on their future tomorrow. Join this critical movement by enrolling your kids today and give them an important edge in today’s world.


“Recently, I discovered social media IQ and took my entire family through the course. I’ve never seen a more balanced and carefully designed course written for the safety of my children. This is a must have course for every parent with a child on social media.”

– Julie, Mother of 4


1-10 People Lose Job Opportunities
Because of Things They Post

The fact is, employers are searching the internet more now than ever before. In a recent study, 90% of employers revealed they use social networking sites to research job candidates. They are looking for anything that would cast a shadow on an applicant. A mindless post, an insensitive tweet or an unflattering picture can ruin any job opportunity. Conversely, a positive post or anything that enhances a personal profile will magnify the opportunities. We may not be movie starts or famous people but the sooner we start managing our public images, the better off we’ll be.


“Social Media IQ has taught me to think before I post. It’s helped me avoid embarrassing moments and provided a way for me to build a more positive personal brand that will ultimately help me as I build my career.”

– Jenny