Probably the most important agreement of the four we’ll cover this week is this one – Always Do Your Best. It makes it easier to tackle the rest of them.
People love to make assumptions. They also like to think everyone knows everything that’s going on at all times, whether or not the opportunity exists for that to be the case. Deciding how to share – and when to listen – makes a significant difference.
Most bloggers eventually tackle the issue of comments and disagreement. The key to handling can be found in the second agreement – don’t take anything personally. Setting up some policies help make that easier.
Attempting to answer questions posed by Javacia Bowser in advance of a panel I’m part of next week got me thinking about framing my approach to blogging and digital communications in general. The first part of this project is looking at The Four Agreements as they relate to blogging…
Yes, a 7 foot egg traveling the streets of northeast Washington, DC can teach you a few things about using a hashtag on social networks like Twitter and Google+ (and making sure folks know you’re using it).