Okay, the truth is I really like this picture! I want to be in that picture! 🙂
With that said, let’s follow up on this post, shall we?
Making it look hard might be a plus.
The important part is how it makes the recipient feel.
Conversations, an early review… (and the free class) (which is no longer free, but reasonably priced)
Conversations change the culture and conversations change us.
Special link for this week only, for folks who read all the way to the end of the post: My LinkedIn Learning class on the ideas in the new book goes live today, and
it’s free today it was free, but now costs only $24.99. Use this link to get it. Thank you.
PS: Not quite bottom lines, but that’s the gist of the thing. 🙂
Just because the computer says “I” doesn’t mean that we’re not interacting with a computer. The uncanny valley is real and perilous.
[Blogger’s note: Try telling that to anyone who “owns land” in the uncanny valley.]
Past performance is no guarantee of the future. Sorry.
We should plan accordingly.
Shall I list all the things Tell me about it.] I’ve endured that I never planned for?
If memetic desire isn’t making us happy, perhaps we can find some new ideas.
[Blogger’s quote] “And if you gaze long enough into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you.”
And a book makes it easy to talk about what you’re doing. It gives you the structure and the words to explain to someone else why they might want to come along with you on the journey.
This is why I love books. I better start writing that memoir/guide to self-publishing/next novel/screenplay/etc.]
PS: In fact, if I’m going to write a memoir, I better start now
before I forget everything while my mind still halfway works.
PPS: Want to see a fascinating comparison?
And a quote: “I realized there are just a lot of crossovers between creating a low-budget movie and self-publishing.”
I know a little something about that whole crossover thing. 🙂