Thanks to SwissMiss for the enlightenment.
Stubled across this brillianze from being followed by Kansas City’s @dustinj on Twitter… following the trail to Shake Gently (great reading) … reading about how tuff it can be to explain what you do in the ever eveloving digtial space at Made by Many (good stuff)… picking up awesomeness as a word that is used way to little… to a new service (to me at least) called Posterous, awesome… to the What Consumes Me blog (don’t miss this) and this brilliant venn diagram and article.
We’ve found things we want to do, and can be paid for, but we’re not the best game in town. Mediocrity is not a sustainable strategy. Being able to recognize your own weakness is a profound strength, and acting to improve what you do is key to any kind of long term growth and stability. Find the best talent and steal them. Learn how your competitors run their businesses, and copy what works.
What a journey! What awesomeness!
Seriously, isn’t it awesome what you can find through social technology, great content, brilliant people and the greater internet – it still just blows my mind.
Sometimes you find answers to those vital questions in life. Finally I say!
I stress because I don’t blog, I get stressed if I blog because I don’t really have the time, I am stressed (well maybe more annoyed) because I have 20+ post almost ready but don’t get to finish them… and I really want to blog and twitter and … seriously! Time management is a b*¤#” isn’t it. Matt’s (techno//marketer) two hour minimum puts some light on the subject of how much time this social thing takes, must take, to work/be relevant/effective/be social. Talk to you all hopefully sooner then later 😉