Keeping a blog

Inspired by Valeria Maltoni’s Learning Habit newsletter this week. Check it out.

Surprisingly, more valuable than most people think. Speaking from a reflective place, it’s a look back at where we’ve been; what we’ve done; what we cared about.

I wish I’d had this perspective 10 years ago, rather than getting caught up in all that personal branding shit.

The blogging I did on the old site about community development, marketing, learning, and knowledge management (, and playing with cars) helped me explore ideas that interested me. It helped shape my thought processes over many years.

I really wish I’d known then what I know now, but we can only change the future, right? Que sera sera.

2 thoughts on “Keeping a blog

  1. So many of us got caught up in the “content marketing is all you should blog about” BS, we lost sight of why we started blogging in the first place.

    Thankfully, realization allows us to correct and move on. Here’s to the better stuff, mate.

    1. I know, right?

      And let’s not forget “influencer marketing” and the classical stylings of “make money online (by talking about making money online)” stuff. Ugh.

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