I get the benefits of blogging…
I get that it enhances the learning experience by providing an environment in which to reflect…
I get that it provides others with an opportunity to learn from me, as I do on many occasions from them…
I get that it is a wonderful networking opportunity…
I get all of this and yet, despite the promises I made myself to blog on a fortnightly basis (as a minimum) I have failed to do this!
Is it down to a lack of time?
No! I spend a significant amount of time online, idly browsing my life away so I can’t use ‘lack of time’ as an excuse.
Is it down to being paranoid over my digital footprint?
No! I regularly Tweet, post vids to YouTube, send photos to Picassa & Flikr so I can’t huddle under that paranoid blanket.
Is it down to a lack of content?
Hmmm, probably not. I’m heavily involved in L&D on a daily basis, I work in a challenging environment, I’m starting to get more and more involved in Learning Technologies so I feel I’ve got a lot to Blog about (whether anybody wants to read it, is another matter!)
Is it down to a lack of personal discipline?
Probably! I just can’t get myself into a routine to push this content out. I’ve got the time, I’ve got the content, I’ve got the skillset so I’m turning to you
Dear Reader… if you are a regular blogger, how do you manage it, how do you discipline yourself to put fingers to keyboard and push your valuable content out?
Please leave any and all suggestions below and I hope you’ll shortly see an improvement in my Blogging activity.