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#technology

How many people are excited about the Metaverse?

Thanks to the pandemic, most of us are living more of lives online than ever before. Some of our recently-developed habits will stick around. But as pandemic fatigue creeps in and as getting the virus is less devastating than it was in the early days—thanks to the vaccines and the less-deadly variants of the virus—is more online what most of us are seeking?

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#business #careers

I'm at an interesting intersection of writing, marketing, and technology. And I hear different shades of the same sentiment over and over.

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#philosophy

When I started blogging again just a few years ago, I did so on a blog I called Flirting with Nihilism.

The title described where I was at the time—experiencing emotions that often rhymed with nihilism, while never quite going all in.

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#perspective

An American white male has a life expectancy around 80 years. So, theoretically, I have a few decades until I'm on my deathbed, slipping toward the light.

But every day I inch closer. And so do you.

The inevitability can scare you.

Or it can inspire you.

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#parenting

If your significant other asked if you liked Peeps and then left a couple on the counter, would you think they left the Peeps for you to eat if you wanted them?

Yeah, me too.

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#perspective

So many people are horrible at giving advice.

Myself included.

Because at the end of the day, my own experience is all I know. And all I ever can know. Try though I may, I can't quite put myself in someone else's shoes.

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#business

We often hear about the dangers of style over substance.

Some may think this warning means substance is all that matters. That style has no place.

Wrong.

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#perspective

I can't do that vs. I can't do that yet

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#perspective

Why do we find it so hard to make positive changes?

Might it be that sometimes we don't know where to start?

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#business

Are you familiar with learning in public?

It means you share your journey as you learn something new.

Maybe you do this via blog posts.

Or a video journal.

However you do it, you invite people into your journey. To come along for the ride. To see your struggles and triumphs and to learn with you.

Learning in public is popular with the tech community. But it doesn't appear to be as popular with the marketing and sales crowd.

And especially not on LinkedIn. The place for “experts.”

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