- Holidays are always a good excuse. In the last 90 days we have celebrated some or all of these holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, New Years, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents' Day, Valentines...
- Closing out the year-end books for any business can and does take time.
- Vacations or business trips impact all of our schedules
- Working with new clients, designing new web sites is always a good way to spend time
Let me tell you what really brought this point home to me. Last week one of my favorite bloggers, Julien Smith, posted "A Short Contest". He was asking his regular and new readers to tweet a quote from one of his posts. I was game and here is the quote that I tweeted:
If you aren't current, you may as well not exist. http://inoveryourhead.net/protip-your-inactive-blog-makes-you-irrelevant/ @julienJulien's quote "If you aren't current, you may as well not exist" isn't just about social media in general or blogging in particular; it really has to do with all aspects of our lives and the success of our businesses. Be inquisitive, learn about new software, read about new business concepts, dust off the shelves, do an inventory, wash the windows, and don't cheat yourself or your clients. And as another blogging friend says: "Don't cheat on your blog!"
Today I am pushing the reset button on Webconsuls' blog. I hope you will subscribe and if you want to share some stories about how you "reset" your blog, please leave a comment.
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