Sh*t happens. Right? There’s not much we can do about it. The only way to get anywhere in the world is to try new things and then correct when the outcome you were hoping for doesn’t happen.
What I love about fails is that we are the failers have an opportunity with these things to make it all right. Not just apologizing in some way, if necessary. But to teach people how to avoid it and make the better move instead. That really makes an audience bond to you.
If you watched my personal Twitter on Sunday night, you know that I’m all about the Oscars, movies, fashion and good ol’ celebrity people watching. It’s a weakness. What can I say?
So I thought I would turn this obsession in to a lesson for Savvy Tuesday to justify the MANY hours of coverage I watched for the event. Now we can call it research, right?
When I want to put my ideas down on something, I want it to be a place where I can not only do a great brain dump but be able to organize it in a way I will be able to refer to later. The tool I’m sharing today helps me do just that.
UPDATE: Ohlife has shut down. I’m so bummed because it was a GREAT journaling service! If you find something you like that you want to share for digital diary writing, please leave in the comments!
I’m a firm believer that we all need to keep track of our crazy entrepreneurial path, even if you can’t really blog about it. Sometimes you just gotta keep a few good stories under wraps so you can put them in your book someday. That’s why journaling can be a great option. Today’s video is about a great online option that will make it a very easy practive to add to your busy marketing lifestyle.