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Monday, June 5, 2017

Can I Be of Service?




Whether blogging or posting anywhere on social media, today is a good time for me, and all of us in fact, 
to ask these all-important questions:

You know I'm experienced
 if I still have this on a shelf!










Who will listen? Who cares?
How do I reply? 
Am I too harsh? 
Repetitive?  Too boring?   
How can I make others care? 
Do I sound immature or unprofessional?
Is spelling important?
Can I be misconstrued?
What are my intentions?
Is there a better way to reach my goals?

Top Seven Questions.
1.       Am I making a difference?
2.       Am I being original?
3.       Am I being honest?
4.       If no one reads my post, will I be upset?
5.       Have I helped anyone including myself?
6.       Is my message or comment important?
7.       If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it, did it fall or not?
 Of course it did. So if no one is listening or buying, does it mean you're invisible?
I don't know, are you? 

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9 comments:

  1. Repetitiveness can be a real problem with some blogs.

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    1. Yes, unfortunately even creative folks run out of ideas and the well runs dry so we recycle. :)

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  2. At least you are writing your blog.

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    1. I'm writing my book too. I'd say I'm 3/4 of the way through.

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  3. Good luck with this new venture, Eve.

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  4. I've had a business for Desert Rocks since 2010 but I try doing multiple things to challenge myself!

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    1. Actually, since 2005 but then it was called The Desert Rocks. I did a legal name change to drop the 'The'.

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