A summary of things that caught my interest this week:
How do you become emotionally ready to accept that success you’ve seen others accept with ease? How do you stop yourself from thinking it won’t last? For someone whose narrative has become I can’t, I won’t, and I don’t, when does the expectation of a different narrative come? When does “Yes, I can” become an internalized belief? Great questions from @writerchanelle in her post Addicted to Failure.
This one by @SCartierLiebel got me going Is Law School a Losing Game? “He went to a law school based upon the climate in Southern California. He borrowed and borrowed and borrowed, spent a month in Prague and then the south of France living the high life on student loan money. Now he is basically hoping his law student loans will evaporate or the government will bail him out.”
I’m a big believer in press releases (done right) and this is a good article on how to complement that strategy 10 Press Release Alternatives.
We can never get enough Top 10 – in this case Top 10 Things that All Customers Want.
The next time I find myself thinking there just aren’t enough hours in a day, I’m going to click on this one Why You Need to Get Up Earlier and How to Do It.
I enjoy Twitter and see it as a powerful tool. It takes time and patience to get it hitting on all cylinders. If you’ve been struggling or feel like your efforts have reached a plateau read Ten Tips for Carving Community by @MargieClayman.