My Daily Drops is a pretty new thing here on DMD. It’s my attempt to share the more casual stuff that I deal with on a daily basis as a marketer.
But I’m realizing that my daily updates have been more like Weekly Drops, or Every-now-and-again Drops. Doesn’t have the same ring to it, does it?
As always, time is a factor. And you know what, sometimes I just don’t have anything to write about. And sometimes, after working away on my laptop for a full day, I don’t even want to look at it.
Other times I tend to overthink my updates, thinking that they’re too flighty, which then results in me working on them some more, which then turns them into a delayed Daily Drop or a full-blown article.
So the lesson learned here is: It doesn’t always have to be perfect, wrapped in a glossy paper with a bow on top and filled to the brim with value-adding inspiration and knowledge.
Good enough is often a good measure.
Note to self: Writing blog posts offline in iPhone Notes works like a charm. Do more of that.
Note to self 2: Don’t worry too much about finding a perfect feature image for your posts either. You have a camera on your phone. Use it. Good enough.
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