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Content creation trap

I have to confess. I am in a content creation trap. I started this blog inspired by Seth Godin. And very soon I found how hard it is to write one blog post per day.

It is something that very few people can do.

And the benefits of this blog are not so clear initially.

Do I want to become famous?

Of course I do!

Will I become famous by writing one blog post per day?

I really doubt that, but the skills to plan and to follow through with the plan are important. And this is one way I can achieve my goals.

I have seen many content creators using the wrong strategies and overwhelming themselves just to get a little reward. And this is not my strategy.

But If you are a content creator, measure your progress and do things that work, otherwise your effort will be useless and you will end up wasting time.

This is the content creation trap.


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