Today, I’ve been thinking about my career as a blogger, asking the question, “how the hell did I end up here?”
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I didn’t stop gabbing, and annoying everyone around me, until I found blogging 다운로드. It was my perfect place to say whatever I wanted. I loved it.
Coincidentally, I don’t feel the need to talk anymore. It’s all left on the blog and my mind, and relationships, are free to be…well, normal 관전자 데이터를.
At work, things progressed pretty smoothly. I was able to convince my bosses to let me start blogging. It was all about the mission and how to improve our work 다운로드. They liked it, the community liked it, and I was on my way. The reputation I had built up carried me into my next few jobs where part of why they hired me was the blogging 래빗스쿨 다운로드.
Then, finally, it was my job. I was hired to be a corporate blogger. It was a great gig and I was able to do what I loved and get paid for it. The next step occurred to me sometime during that job 철권6 iso 다운로드. Instead of blogging for somebody else, why not do it for myself?
A few months later, on July 1, 2011, I took the plunge. Full-time writing for my own site and my own business, and most especially with my own content 다운로드.
Of course, this changed everything. I went from corporate sponsorship to advertising based. I had to learn how to write for the public at-large, instead of for a specific group of business people 영화 장난스런 키스 다운로드. The transition hasn’t been hard, but I can’t say I’ve found my groove. The main issue is determining how to stand out amongst the millions of websites out there.
Which is where I sit today, trying to find my voice and working on building some momentum for this blog. It feels weird to look-back on my progression like this. There is no way I would have imagined it ending up this way. I mean my job at the time I started blogging was a technical trainer for web 2.0. That’s a pretty solid 90-degree career turn.
I guess that means I don’t know how I got here. It just kinda happened. I’ve been following my obsession with blogging for seven years and have yet to stop. I wonder where it will take me next…