When we want to succeed more than we want to breath, that’s when it is supposed to happen. That is when the road to success becomes infinite. At least that’s what “they” say.
If you have been keeping track of my SEO efforts to target a specific keyword phrase and earn myself a decent amount of exposure thereof, you know that this experiment started approx. 2 months ago and has provided evidence that SEO still works.
Yesterday, I was inspired to write a blog post about the busyness bubble (a term I had learned from author Greg McKeown).
His was a great read, one that made me ponder whether or not I was doing a good enough job with my own essentials.
In my blog post, I shared my thoughts (as only my A.D.D. brain would allow) on why we are so busy, whether or not quick bursts of relaxation each day were the solution and what kind of distractions are in the way of our reprieves.
“The Busyness Bubble.”
I’m too busy, you are too busy, everyone is too busy — and this whole high tech world is too busy. People are sleeping less and working more and proud of it.
We need a reprieve from the busyness bubble and we need it NOW!
It has been 1 month and 8 days since my original Marketing Consultant Vancouver Challenge post. I had not posted an update for this over the last while because I “thought” that not a whole lot had changed since Day 8 – and because I have had a family emergency to deal with — BUT I learned today that some very good changes have been happening behind the scenes that I felt were worth sharing.