I was updating plugins this morning on this blog, because that’s what responsible people do, and noticed that I hadn’t written here in a while. I also noticed there was an unpublished post in draft. It was from March of 2014. Would I write it differently today? Probably. There’s likely reason I didn’t post it. I have […]
Every time I allowed myself to think I had arrived, I hadn’t. Every time I called myself a failure, I wasn’t. Every moment – each high and each low – was simply a step on the path to this moment. Period.
After a full year off from blogging, it turns out that I didn’t need a break … what I needed was a focus.
Just as focusing solely on being happy won’t make you happy, focusing solely on creating a quality experience won’t deliver that experience. Happiness is a by-product of living life in sync with your core values. So is creating and delivering a quality experience. It is a lifestyle, not a destination.
Social automation at any level is a bad thing in a lot of people’s minds. But it doesn’t have to be. As with everything else, our behavior makes a tool good or bad. If your social streams are valuable to you, automation can be a huge help in creating content.
It is the working man who is the happy man. It is the idle man who is the miserable man.” – Benjamin Franklin