Blog to find out how you think

This entry is part 4 of 19 in the series A No-Excuses Guide to Blogging

Here are Seth Godin and Tom Peters, talking about why they blog:

I always tell people not to worry about whether or not anyone will read their blog or comment on it. Just write. Write so that you can figure out what you want to say and how you want to say it. If you’re good, people will read you. If you struggle, keep at it, and you’ll get better.

Hat-tip to Ruchi Bhatia for the link!

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  • http://rucsbweb20learning.blogspot.com/ Ruchi

    Thanks Sacha for the mention. Glad to see you like the video and posted about it. Stay tuned to my site for all the latest stuff on Social Media. I recently posted a blog on a new Web 2.0 tool, which really offers an Aha moment for all the bloggers. Visit my site below to learn more about it.

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    Cheers,
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  • http://[email protected] Haley Bradshaw

    Hello Sacha,

    I really enjoyed this post. It’s amazing what you learn about yourself upon starting a blog. Although the provided video was pretty succinct, I found it to be inspiring. I agree that humility from blogging is what matters most and that it can be inspiring and meaningful to contribute something to a conversation even if it’s small. Im in Jason Watson’s enterprise 2 unit so this is my first go at blogging. Despite sometimes feeling pressured to blog, I enjoy it and want to get better! I especially like the idea of continued education through blogging…you’re always learning something! Anyway, I get a lot out of your posts so thank you!
    Cheers,
    Haley