I’ve always wanted to compile some of my blog posts together so I did just that, using the dynamic yet simple Scrivener app.
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The book is divided into three unique inspirations for creativity, mindfulness, and renewed work habits.
If you’re looking to break out of mediocrity, these little posts may help, as they do for me.
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Will Self on the research anxiety that goes into writing books:
The distinguishing feature of everythingitis – which it shares with certain bizarre mental states that afflict the overly zealous adepts of Zen meditation – is an obsessive need to review the content of the entire world, both physical and psychic, to check whether it has been incorporated into the text just completed.
During the Hurricane hoopla, I finished the latest Kindle single from the Domino Project, Zarrella’s Hierarchy of Contagiousness: The Science, Design, and Engineering of Contagious Ideas.
Here are some key takeaways:
- Most Retweetable Time: 4PM
- Weekend stories get shared more
- Comments & views highest for stories published at 9-10 AM
- Posts published 6-7AM get most links
- Email is the ORIGINAL ONLINE SOCIAL MEDIUM and forwarding is the original retweeting
- Email message sent at 5-6AM had highest click through rates
- Messages sent on weekends had high click-through rates
- People share ideas that reinforce their reputation
- Humans are designed to imitate each other
- People want to be the first person to share a post so identifying the # of shares may backlash
- Tweets that tell people how they can do things and learn things do well
- How To and Top 10 are attention grabbers
- Myth: you can’t measure the return on investment (ROI) of Social Media