Why I blog
I’ve blogged in fits and starts since college, but only recently (as in, this week!) committed to publishing something every single day. Seth Godin and Fred Wilson follow the every single day rule. I love the message it sends to my brain when I do something even on the weekend: blogging is for me, first and foremost, to synthesize and make sense of my inputs. I read a lot of business-related articles and books, I couple that with a fast-paced Chief of Staff job, and a general interest in all things business. It’s a focused set of inputs, but it’s a lot to process. Process is the key word. I’m astounded by how few of my peers take time to process. Absorb, reflect, uniquely articulate. That is how I turn disparate experiences into tools in my toolkit.