People grow at a phenomenal rate.
That’s my nice way of saying people change, goals change, hopes change, circumstances change, problems change, purposes change.
The way I wrote is way different from how I write now. When I started blogging I wrote longer posts and made them more personal because I knew no one would be reading them and I was finding my way. Now I write shorter, more to-the-point posts in a way that is, quite frankly, safe. This will change in the coming year, the coming week, the coming few days.
Blogging is my business, it’s my foundation for acquiring social capital, and any successful business reinvests in itself.
My blog is the best place to see where I’ve been and to find patterns to see where I’m going. Right now, I’ve been about equally satisfied with my blog posts as I have been dissatisfied. To most readers, they may question why I bother blogging if I’m not satisfied with half the material I produce.
It goes back to what I said was my biggest lesson from blogging. Things change, and if we document, reflect, imagine different executions to past events, we can change for the better.
The only way to go once you blog is up.
Consider blogging for the new year that is fast approaching. And feel free to reach out to me to get set up, to get accountability, to get motivated about writing. firstname.lastname@example.org or @thegarthbox
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