All right, so far so good. I’m still in the early stages of nothing. This site is a snapshot of my delusional mind and meaningless approach to becoming a highly respected and authority figure in the human development field. Ha, ha. I’m taking my baby mistakes now. I have plenty of room for more mistakes in my adult life.
One thing is for sure about the Internet, time is limited, and most of the people who will read your stuff don’t have long attention spans, so you better make your comments interesting, brief or humorous. And, absolutely no one has enough time to absorb a billionth of the information out there, and to think otherwise is a big mistake.
There are tools to manage tools. There are tools to teach you how to manage the tools that manage the tools. The amount of time to learn any of this stuff is staggering. I guess you should know what to pursue, and I don’t really, so I’m just making a comment that you should find your purpose before exploring anything and everything out there. Know what you want before you wander off. It would be a big mistake to surf the net endlessly, because you will not get anything done!
If you like to pass your time with meaningless activities such as reading my blog, you could probably spend your time more wisely on the Internet developing some sort of strategy for success. Perhaps you can gain personal development by reading some of the great works of Tony Robbins or Steve Palivin. Be careful tho about buying anything because usually you can learn enough for free.
If you want to start a blog, make sure you don’t post a paragraph more then 3 sentences long because people will lose the flow of your thoughts. Hence Twitter. Its successful because people only know how to click a link and read about 140 characters of text before falling asleep.
Conclusion: your time is more valuable then reading what I have to say. Live your life the way you want to live it and accept it for what it is. It’s perfect. To think otherwise is a big mistake.