Seth Godin is a best-selling author and a prolific blogger.
Seth started blogging in January 2002 – and he posts to his blog almost every single day.
He is such a strong proponent of blogging that he has even written:
“…committing to having a point of view and scheduling a time and place to say something is almost certainly going to improve your thinking, your attitude and your trajectory.
A daily blog is one way to achieve this. Not spouting an opinion or retweeting the click of the day. Instead, outlining what you believe and explaining why.
Commit to articulating your point of view on one relevant issue, one news story, one personnel issue. Every day. Online or off, doesn’t matter. Share your taste and your perspective with someone who needs to hear it.
Speak up. Not just tomorrow, but every day.
A worthwhile habit.”
I believe Seth’s advice definitely has merit.
We all tend to spend the bulk of our time consuming information – whether it is the T.V. shows we watch – or the Facebook stream we scroll through on our phone.
We habitually and passively consume content all day every day.
Maybe it is time for all of us to stop spending some much time consuming – and start spending a little more time producing….