A Strategy for the time dilemma, part 1
A blog building strategy
Have you ever heard the expression, "Busy people get stuff done," or something to that effect?
Essentially, the idea is that if you want something done, find the busiest person you know and have them help you.
Busy people for some reason often will find a way to get things done in a timely fashion. Because they're busy they know how to manage their time, and get things done.
But what if you just don't feel like you really have the time to spare, or if you're like me, you can make the time, but by that point you find you don't have the energy to complete the task (writing a blog post, thoughtfully responding to a business inquiry, etc.).
So, what do you do? You can certainly find a capable busy person who is highly motivated and able to help you complete your project/task, or you can figure out a way to manage your time and build a strategy of being able to complete stuff in a relatively small window of time.
A constant content strategy
Blogging regularly is a problem I hear about a lot. Here’s my approach (for more about how to write within a framework check out Chris Brogan's post) :
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