I think I'll get right into today's topic of discussion without any further ado. Last week, I introduced you to the whole "adaptability to change" mindset, when taking on your content creation efforts. I'll start by referencing last week's blog post, entitled Blogging Truths Be Told: Know When to Adapt: "Knowing the where, when, why, … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told: Know When to Adapt (Part 2)
I have to be genuine with you in stating that I must (absolutely MUST) blog some of this lessons learned stuff out of me. It's oozing out over the brim of my ever-waking thoughts. So, I must come out with some of it in today's blog post. The specific subject matter, in question, has everything … Continue reading Resuming the “Lessons Learned as a Parent of a Virtually-Schooled Student” Series
Today's blog post is somewhat of a challenging one to write. Not because I can't think of plenty to say -- but because I really need to walk circumspectly alongside this topic of adaptability. It's definitely one of my character traits that falls on the "needs improvement" (a lot of improvement) side rather than lands … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told: Know When to Adapt
In part #13 of Untitled Book #2, I solidify the significance of the exercises, involving identifying your strengths and areas for improvement in the KSAs (knowledge, skills, and abilities) arena. Identifying those KSAs that you excel (or perform satisfactorily) in and those KSAs that you need to develop create your "self inventory". And wouldn't you … Continue reading Untitled Book #2 – Part 13 (in Audio)
I would NEVER EVER encourage anyone to do something that they haven't parsed out enough to see if it's a viable option for him or her, before doing that something. I'm actually not that type of individual myself; so I'm, most certainly, not going to give you advice that I'm not fully invested in. Spontaneous … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told: When Will You Jump on the Bandwagon? (Part 2)
Well, I'm back with part #12 of Untitled Book #2, and it's all about identifying our areas that need a little tweaking (or a whole lot of tweaking, perhaps). And, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that, because we all have them. As I did in the last audio clip, I would like to challenge you … Continue reading Untitled Book #2 – Part 12 (in Audio)
To start off today's discussion, I thought I'd present a couple of online definitions to you . . . just to make sure that we're all on the same page, regarding the term "bandwagon". So, Google says that bandwagon is "used in reference to an activity, cause, etc. that is currently fashionable or popular and … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told: When Will You Jump on the Bandwagon?
I don't know if I actually came out and said this in the first "Creative Entrepreneurship Basics" installment, but I'm actually trying to set up a step-by-step process outline for the Creative Entrepreneur in these blog posts. We'll see how it goes. So, today's post would technically serve as step #2. In the first installment, … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Whose Needs Are You Trying to Fulfill?
I'm not gonna lie . . . I have days that I don't "feel" like blogging. Those moments are fleeting, but they're a real part of my content creation journey just the same. And, have I developed an immunity to being affected by these moments now and into the future? Well, NOPE! Unfortunately, not! Those … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told: 5 Places to Find Blogging Inspiration (Part 2)
Well, I'm back with the next audio clip of Untitled Book #2, and we're quickly nearing the end of this series in about three more episodes. (I hope you've been enjoying them.) I would have to say that today's installment is dedicated to making improvements in our lives that lead to our betterment. I stress the … Continue reading Untitled Book #2 – Part 11 (in Audio)