“I don’t like Twitter” (Blogger, WordPress, LinkedIn, Facebook, email)
“Have you ever used it?”
Starting any new technology can be threatening, especially if you talk yourself into feeling threatened.
Starting to compete in government markets, or using open source software can make me feel the subject is so vast it’s like trying to watch an IMAX movie from way too close to the screen.
My solution is to focus on any smaller specific area and do something quick. If it turns into an immediate industry-changing success, well and good. If it doesn’t, we have learned something valuable.
We become experienced as quickly as we engage. Six blog posts is a mature blog.
St. Bumpersticker teaches us, “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.”
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