With just the two posts below, I’m already receiving calls and people are asking me about why I’m posting on a pay-per-post (PPP) basis. Here’s the official reason.
For the past couple of years you’ve seen my posts here, on my personal website, my company website and even a couple of newsletters. I like to write, almost as much as I like to stand up in front of people and give a talk on any subject. And that’s the point.
Some days, I just don’t have a topic. I need inspiration. One day it occurred to me, “Why not take
real situations and discuss those?” That seems logical to me. I’m not sure I’ve done the best job in the previous two posts. I like to point out things that others sometimes fail to notice. As time goes on and I post even more often with PPP, this will happen.
I pride myself on the ability to see different points of view and to be able to take from that enough information to create yet another view, “outside the box” as most of us would say (the real problem for me in the process is that I’ve never even seen “the” box).
When my Daughter Katy originally suggested using PPP I thought, no I have lots to talk about and examples to use. Well, some days I do. Some days I just don’t have the inspiration I need to give you, the reader, something that will pick you up, give you reason to take pause or think in a different way.
This post is a bit longer than I normally write. PPP asked me to explain why I Blog. Now you know.
In the future, you’ll see more of these types of posts and for another bit of inspiration, I’ll be discussing daily business events that I feel have a real impact on you, the business person. See, “Business 2.0 is closing.”
Finally, I think there’s a writer in all of us because we all have an opinion. PPP is a great way to make money and write about your passions (mine is business) and helping others to define topics of interest.
Just a thought . . .