I am an evaluator. I like to write things down, analyze them and see if what I am doing or thinking falls in line with my values and what matters to me. So let’s role the dice and see what happens.
Now that I have completed the 30 Day Blogging Challenge hosted
by sarkedmeia.com, it is time to reflect. I like lists because they appear to be logical and organized. (I am always working on trying to be more logical and organized.)
Things I learned from this challenge
- There are an overwhelming number of blogs out there, find the ones that resonate with you and learn. Read, read, read. Comment. Ask questions. Give feedback. A real person wrote the blog (even if it is a ghost writer) and respect that.
- People are willing to help you grow and give you honest, personal feedback.
- There are so many tools available for you. Persevere and the rewards are great.
- Producing quality content every day is hard. When you have a great idea, stop immediately and write it down. Don’t lose it.
- The answer to question the “yes”. It is worth it to participate. You may not learn the same things I did, still you will be immersed with great ideas, unlimited support, and might even find a whole new list of virtual friends.
Don’t just do it, jump in with enthusiasm.