I was watching my friend Jenn Nieto’s video blog post yesterday and she spoke on the value of a persons content and what determines it’s worth.
After thinking about this for awhile, I realized that I agree with her stance. She said that (and I’m paraphrasing), that it doesn’t have to be a 3 page post in order for it to have a high value; what matters is the content! If you’ve created content and provided value to your readers, then the size of the post is irrelevant.
The very fact that you’ve done something of meaning has value!
There is so much truth in this that I had to speak on it because truthfully, I’m 100% guilty of this myself! I have had several posts where my heart wasn’t behind it. I know I did my 30 day challenge where I posted every single day and I did enjoy doing that. I will admit I feel a sense of pressure that I put on myself to continue that when I really don’t need to feel any pressure or do anything that doesn’t align with my goals.
By posting every single day, amidst all the other things I want to get done in the run of a day, I have very little time left for engaging, curating and checking out other awesome blogs on #Hive and #CTPtalk.
Moving forward, I am going to set my blog posts for every other day and of course, whenever I get inspired! Then on the days in-between my posts, I really want to focus on curating and working to strengthen my relationships that I’m forming with people at Hive.
There are so many fabulous blogs over there and I will admit, it bums me out when I don’t get a chance to check them out!
We’ll see how this goes moving forward and if it doesn’t help, I’ll adjust as I need to.
Remember to take time to figure out what works best for YOU so you can always put your best foot forward and get the results you desire. Working on someone else’s schedule or copying other people will only take you off the path you’re supposed to be on.
Thanks Jenn @pixiepost for the topic and food for thought! You’re always inspiring me.