See how it all starts. See how this post unravels. I reveal to you the process of following through on randomized thoughts to be shared with all followers for Instagram promotional purposes. Call it self-promotion, call it what you will. This is just an example of what can be achieved through practice and experience. No, I’m not patronizing you. Nor am I being pretentious or toffy. My motivation for this post is to motivate you. Encourage you. Lift you up. The overriding theme for today’s post, I suppose, is one of upliftment.
I know how hard it can be, not seeing any good returns, traction and positive responses to all the posts you work so hard to put together and publish. The example here on what randomizing does can be stated, right here. Initially, I wanted to label this post – the contentious process of randomizing your social media posts. But aside from the heading being too long, I thought; no. Rather not that. I’d much prefer to make positive statements going forward.
Anyhow, I’ve decided to randomize my post to you anyway. That means to say that I haven’t been pulling formalized threads of online information into this post whereby I then rephrase them in my own words and, as a matter of course, quote my sources. But I would be both daft and lying if I told you that I was merely speaking to you only from the top of my head without any thought. Who’d waste their time with thoughtless posts anyhow. Well, unless your followers for Instagram posting are purely interested in fun and games. And yes, I believe you should make space for some light-hearted online socializing.
So hard at work you all are trying to make your business work for you that you rarely come up for any air to breathe. That’s something you’ve got to learn to do well and smartly. Which brings me to this famous entrepreneurial point. It’s not my personal creation. It’s been around for years, since long before social media was even a phrase. It’s even been broadcast in the office since before the internet and emails arrived in the office environment. The famous saying goes that you should work smart and not hard.
Hard work is to be admired though. I take my hat off to the guys that are working their butts off at this time. I’m a hardworking guy myself, so I know what it’s like to put in those hard, long yards. I know what it’s like to make sacrifices, having to come back from a break out and then return to my desk and carry on with work at night. Sometimes it’s necessary. And in this global environment it can’t always be helped. That’s because of international clients’ timelines. For instance, it’s normal business hours for one of my clients but it’s late at night for me.
But it’s also closing time here. So, there you go. Hope you enjoyed my randomized ramble.