As a Zero to Hero participant my 21st task is to publish a post inspired by my post from Day 19 (new format) and publicize it on one of by social networks.
Since I don’t really want to elaborate on the idiot I dedicated my Day 19 Post to it is hard for me to be inspired to write another post on the subject. It has gone viral and I am disappointed in myself for having contributed to it. It’s done. No going back. No changing it. I also cannot publicize on any of my social networks because by preference I don’t have any. So I will leave you all with this:
I am pretty sure I can communicate well. Some people have even said too well (you know who you are) so this was not much of a challenge. The bigger challenge would have been to learn when to keep my mouth shut. The hardest part of completing this task was trying to write the post on my mobile app while on a road trip. In service. Out of service. You know the drill.
I read several of the pingbacks on the daily prompt. Let me first voice my frustration with bloggers who ping back or post in categories where thier post has nothing to do with the post or category they have attached to. Do they really have a need to be read that badly? Please. Write a book. Get a publisher. Do something other than waste my time.
A couple posts did stand out to me:
The brutal honesty of Alexia Jones on her reputation.
And Marla’s Musings who pits being liked and being respected against each other. Very well written.
As a participant in the Zero to Hero challenge my 14th task is to do as I please. It is my choice. So today, I choose to rest. Have an awesome morning, day, or evening. Until tomorrow …..
As a participant in the Zero to Hero challenge my 11th task is to be a good neighbor, leave at least three comments and share some links you love with your readers.
I try to comment on posts that touch my emotions. Some make me laugh. Some make me cry. Some make me think. Some teach me. There is a variety of topics that can be found, an abundance of sites you can learn from and opinions on any subject matter can be found. I would call WordPress the Webster’s Dictionary of Life.
Today, instead of linking to those sites that I may have commented on I am choosing to pick one of my sites that has touched my heart.
We have never met. We have never emailed each other. We have never spoken. Yet I find myself thinking about her every day. Although the site isn’t what one would define as exciting, it is the epitome of what WordPress is all about. To be honest, I am not even sure how I stumbled upon it. She is someone in need. She is doing all the right things, therapy, medicine, religion, self-improvement, etc. but still cannot find the answers. Perhaps if she knew your story, or if knew she was not alone, it would lift her spirits. Sometimes people just need to hear different opinions or be exposed to different outlooks. Sometimes people just need a purpose. She is an awesome photographer and can be found at Anne F Kelly 62.
I don’t have a lot of followers, so I encourage people to re-blog my post, or to link her site on yours so others can contact her and perhaps enrich her life.