November 23, 2008
I’m sure we all know the story of the cobbler’s children having no shoes. People in a certain profession are always able to provide services and products to others, but in their own businesses or lives they lack in that very same area of skill or expertise. I’ve seen this so many times in my life.
The same is true for bloggers. I love blogging, I get absolute pleasure from it, and it’s helped build and expand my business – but still I have neglected it for about 3 months now. I have seen many other bloggers in the same dilemma. I must say though, that bloggers who blog for a living, or who get decent ad revenue from their blogs, often don’t suffer from this cobbler’s syndrome. It’s bloggers like me, who do it purely for the love, and for sharing information, who are caught in this. For the past 3 months I have been thinking *daily* about my blog, thinking about blog topics – but I’ve just become to *busy* that I’ve neglected it.
Well, that’s all ended now. I’m recommitting myself to what I know is not really a negotiable item. Online, in face-to-face meetings, and in public talks I emphasize the importance of blogging, and a good blogging strategy, and yet in the back of my mind I know I’ve been lacking in this area.
Lots have been happening with Jayz Internet Solutions, and I promise to keep you updated daily from now on.