How hard is my blog writing to understand? Turns out, not very. I’m just barely smarter than a 5th grader.
We all make silly mistakes. We’re human, so we can be forgiven for them. But sometimes silly mistakes make us look, well, silly. And nowhere are little boo-boos more apparent than when it comes to social media.
No study that I could find yet points to causation, but there are a lot of theories, most of which come back to technology. It’s now so easy to do work pretty much anywhere, especially from home, that we find ourselves not only tempted to squeeze in some work (even checking email counts) but also planning to do work on the weekends.
One of the most basic keys to leadership, in any business or organization, is having a vision. For yourself. For your staff. For your clients.
I thought I would share my top excuses for not posting to my blog. Feel free to use or share these as you feel appropriate. Hope some work for you next time you miss posting.
We certainly live in an age where technology has once again vaulted us forward into a somewhat uncertain future. But let’s not forget that we’ve been around these parts before.
As far as names go, “Information Superhighway” was beyond awful. But as far as metaphors go, it was pretty darn good.
You’ve got subject matter for the first couple of weeks, but then what? Coming up with additional interesting and relevant ideas to write about can really be a challenge.
Good writing transcends nit-picking. Always has, always will. Hacks use grammar hammers as a way to scare the timid and insecure from writing, and it’s a shame.
Marketers like to network. And talk. And network some more… See, we’re the people who bring you all those programs on “How to Network” in the first place, right?