With this post, I’ve gone 100 days in a row with a blog post. My last run at this (starting back in December of 2016) lasted around 50 days.
As I mentioned early on, I tried to shift my mindset from talking about stuff to talking about ideas, in the hopes that it wouldn’t run out. While I still cover some random stuff (like the reMarkable tablet or the running app Zwift), I think I’ve done a good job of staying focused.
It’s amazing how much the world of digital publishing has changed in these quick 100 days. I started before the election, and since then we’ve had huge shifts in perception regarding publishing rights (with things like Donald Trump being kicked off Twitter, and Parler being kicked off most everything). As time goes on, I’m increasingly convinced that most everyone should be publishing on their own blog, for reasons I laid out here.
Will I make it through February?
This month will prove to be quite a test for me. While I have a handful of posts already written for the next few days, as I tend to do, in three days I’ll be starting the altMBA, billed as an “intensive, 4-week online workshop”. The schedule for it is insane, and I’m super excited about it.
My hope is that I come out of the altMBA ready to tackle this even more, but it’s entirely possible that it causes my focus to shift and I start pointing my resources elsewhere. We’ll see what happens, but it’s been a great 100 days to start!