Monthly Archives: July 2014

Constructing A Content Foundation

We are in the process of buying a new house and embarking on another exciting phase of our life. So, this week I spent two days going through our new house with a home inspector and a number of other contractors. It’s always enlightening to explore every nook and cranny of a structure like […]

I Create Therefore I Am

Philosopher René Descartes wrote the famous phrase “Cogito ergo sum” or “I think therefore I Am.” Introduced in the 1600s, it became a foundational concept in western philosophy. After all, how can you doubt your own existence? The act of that thought or doubt is proof of its own existence.

I don’t mean to get […]

Content Creation As A Practice Rather Than A “To Do”

You’ve heard the phrase “practice makes perfect.” Well, I don’t really believe in perfection when it comes to creativity, but I do believe in practice. Creating content consistently takes practice.

But practice can mean something else as well. As a noun, it describes a habit or something that is done repeatedly, like a yoga practice […]

Getting Help With Content

Since the primary purpose of content is to build relationships with people, I believe that the person who is trying to build relationships must be the one creating the content. For an entrepreneur or small business owner, that means you!

However, that doesn’t mean you have to do everything!

There are many aspects of Content Marketing […]