You may have already encountered a massive movement of friends and family migrating into new platforms. I currently see this in Germany regarding Instagram. I have been there for a couple of years now, but lately, I see more and more people creating their account. Sure, Facebook is actively pushing people to go there or giving you the power to invite people to the platform, yet the real movement is coming in 2018.
I have been unusually passive the last few weeks in everything I am doing, and I took step back to see what is causing this.
You might experience something similar; you might call it writer's block (although that is just a bogus excuse), or any other feeling around being stuck in the middle and not knowing what is next.
So, what is the best way to find footing again? Probably writing about it to get it off my chest I guess... What is the best way to declutter your mind than to get back on track?
Here we go:
Despite the popular believe that marketers do nothing but smart graphs and a ad once in a while with a nice picture it is far mor mathmatical than you would think.
Although I'am not a numbers guy - e.g. hated math in school - I suprisingly do embrace numbers and its magic in my profession. Why is that?
When you are young and restless you think that the whole world is your dance floor and every door stands wide open. Every company will willingly pay you a lot and let you do your work from home or while sitting in a Starbucks.
Although many comapnies nowadays promise exactly that the reality is different.
Inspiration is one of those things that cannot be controlled. The same comes with creativity, sometimes you just need that spark that get's you going, that will ultimately help you to solve a problem.
Unfortunately you can't just buy inspiration in a can and be done with it. The problem is that it will hit you most likely when you are not ready for it.
The reason why I want to share with you my experience is that I believe in valuable and long term relationshsips and the best way to improve yourself or to motivate yourself in becoming better at your job or as a person, is to look up to others. Kids and teenagers do that instinctively with their idols.