Make sure you have a safety net

January 13, 2009 at 3:13 am Leave a comment

Seth Godin‘s recent blog post takes the gloves off and slaps an idea around the block.

He talks in his usual frank and unflinching style about the ‘correct’ way to enter into the murky waters of e-mail marketing.

Scary stuff!

I have subscribed to quite a few e-mail newsletters over the year for example.

And un-subscribed from all but three of them.

I have signed up to RSS feeds from a few of my favorite web-based sites and actually find the ones that have survived the delete button to be a good healthy dose of very select information. Useful, entertaining or challenging is the key.  Boring begets a quick painless death.

Bob Poole asked recently on his blog what readers were planning on doing differently this year than in 2008 to address current economic conditions.  Now that’s a great question if you ask me.

My idea for 2009 is to LEAP out of my comfort zone (mmm, it’s nice and cozy in here…) out into the great unknown.  After one of my websites languished for over three years (an eternity in cyberspace) I have torn it down and am now rebuilding it. Getting there. Almost done. Or not.

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You know what they say, “If you’re not living on the edge you’re taking up too much room!”

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