I may be doing this wrong
Student: “I am at a crossroads and I have no map.”
Master: “So many choices! Will you go back for an old map? Sit and wish you had a map? Or pick a path and create your own map?”
Today we have learned that Republicans are so incompetent that they cannot even cook a steak. And with their less than shining IQs, they think this somehow “owns” liberals. I feel so sorry for them.
This looks similar to the wordpress app.
Step 1: I know this is hard because it is so warm and comforting, but you have to get out from under the covers and out of bed
I am wide awake. Been calendaring and planning until a few moments ago. I’d like to continue but I’ll already be paying a price for this late hour. Time to find sleep.
I let myself go
Embraced the ephemeral
I blinked it was gone
I think my high school guidance counselor failed me. Why did no one tell me you have a career sticking tape on people?
Success! Tools back in their place.
Plus I found these.
In the first place I looked and accidentally didn’t see them…
I’ve decided to quit living my life like I’m pursuing the American Dream and instead to live my life like MacGyver trying to survive the zombie apocalypse. Buckle up!
Decided to add a shelf in the kitchen but cannot find my shelf pins so I have to clean this.
Time to reorganize the cabinets.
I love you all!
I bet you didn’t know I even had a comfort zone. Today I will record a podcast to discuss improving my resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile in hopes of increasing my chances of finding a new job. Of course, actually submitting applications would help too. That’s the next step.
I broke all the rules. I ignored the same advice I gave my clients. “For success, have a niche and stay on topic. If you are going to have a YouTube channel, publish on a schedule and stay on topic.” I have done the opposite. The Internet is my playground and I’ve treated it like a toy instead of a marketing tool. My YouTube is adhoc and experimental. Recently, I’ve been playing with black and white videos as a stylized character. What I really should be doing is putting up videos discussing programming, coding lessons, and helpful hints like how to be more efficient using Visual Studio Code.
The biggest mistake I made was not treating myself as a client. For the past two decades, I have put so much hustle into my employers’ work that I left no time for my own projects. All of my websites are down or extremely dated. My LinkedIn profile has shortcomings. I have not maintained a CRM to manage my relationships nor have I stayed in touch with the people who could help me find my ideal job. My Twitter feed has too much politics on it for job searching. Let’s not even talk about TikTok or Instagram. And of course, this blog is blog is all over the place and currently using the default StoreFront theme which probably isn’t even configured correctly.
Tomorrow I have the unique honor of going on a podcast of a person I respect and I’ll have opportunity to promote my social media and websites. Unfortunately, I don’t think I have the time to clean up the social media and websites. But I’ll make an effort.