A note on brevity

Let me keep it brief.

Whether your blog is long or short remember:
“When we read, we hear a rhythm. There is a rhythm to the words”, according to Tomasz Tunguz.
Were you around six months ago during the rise of this social media algorithm?
Everyone was writing sentences on separate lines.
Short sentences.
Then longer ones…
It is a way of writing that keeps readers engaged.
The power of that algorithm was huge — some of my posts reached 1.5 million people.

Blogging is all about keeping up to date and on trend.

Social media algorithms with knock you off your perch without notice.
Here’s a tip.
Keep your blogs succinct.
Get to the point.
Allow readers space to take a breath.
If you’re wondering how long a blog post should be, here is your answer:
As long as you can keep the reader engaged.

Where to start? Just begin.

Beginning a blog can be intimidating.

My advice is: don’t be shy.

If you’ve got something to say — say it.

To finish, here are some potent words on writing by Verlyn Klinkenborg:

Being a writer is an active perpetual self authorisation.
No matter who you are.
Only you can authorize yourself.
You do that by writing well, by constant discovery.

Grow & Scale Your Business by Naomi Simson

Tell Naomi a little bit about your business by completing the questions below. (It will take less than 60 seconds)

Answering your #1 Biggest Business Challenge question tip: 

Go beyond just saying "Poor Cashflow" or "Unreliable Team". 

Instead, give Naomi details & specifics on how this is currently your #1 Biggest Business Challenge. 

I.e. "Every month I'm struggling to pay my bills on time because there just isn't consistent cash flow coming into the business. I've tried sticking to budgets in the past & pay myself less to keep some extra funds aside for emergencies, but still every month there seems to be another financial fire to be put out. I don't know what to do about it, so I'm just grinding it out."


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