Tuesday, May 4, 2010

May is Thinking Time

Another month gone by without a blog post. I swear, it isn't because I don't have anything to say. It is that I am too busy to sit down and write about it. That is why Twitter and Facebook are great. Bite-size chunks of sharing.

One of my little pleasure's is reading fellow Ohio U. alum Peter King's Monday Morning QB column on SI.com. He has a section every week called "10 things I think I think." Here is my version right now:

1. I still keep seeing boatloads (at least 5 a day, each way) of commercial vehicles without a website printed on them. Trust me, your URL is more valuable than your phone number.
2. If you say you don't have time for Twitter, Blogs, LinkedIn and Facebook, than you need to look at what you do spend your time on. I bet you do have at least 15 minutes a day to spend on them. And that time will reap rewards.
3. Good is the enemy of great. And moving slow/dragging your feet is the enemy of motivation.
4. Playing is fun. Find a work-related thing to play with (learning to build websites or use Photoshop) and have some fun.
5. Sleep is severely underrated.
6. But so is the feeling of accomplishment of crossing things off your to-do list
7. Jack of All Trades should really be a job title in the association world.
8. So should Director of Other Duties as assigned.
9. If you aren't watching Parenthood on NBC right now, you are missing out.
10. My thoughts and prayers are with those in Nashville and the Gulf Coast.

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