Don’t Bogart The Good Stuff (Read time 0:30)
People will critique, analyze, assess and judge your best work...in a matter of seconds—minutes if you’re lucky. Then they will do either of three things: trash it, share it with others, or save it for later.
|Posted By Karen|
| THANKS :) |
Special thanks to those who believe in my work! I truely appreciate your kindness in creating a flourishing buzz. Merry Christmas! Season's Best!
|Posted By Rachel|
| Good to share the good stuff... |
Thanks Michael:-) Thinking about your words. Really appreciate them:-) Also....have a MERRY CHRISTMAS!! and a wonderful New Year! Truly Rachel
|Posted By Aaron Wolfson|
| Great Art |
Great art resonates with something great within the listener.
|Posted By Vernon|
| Read later |
I often mark your blog to read later, and I do read it later. I have hundreds of bookmarks and reading list items. I value those items and I don't want to misplace them. I value your blog as well. Sometimes I have some extra time and energy and I revisit these saved items to find some inspiration and recharge my thought process. You have been successful in making me think about things and I sometimes respond back to you because you struck some kind of chord with me. Thanks for your blog. Merry Christmas.
|Posted By Marshall|
| never read later |
Personally I never go back to my “read later” file. When I file something there, it means, very interesting but not enough to read and seriously consider.
|Posted By Michelle Wynn|
| Wow! |
As I “Bacall,” sharing means your first response, first impression to share means you INSTANTLY liked it, related to it, like the first time Bogie saw Bacall...YAWZER!!!! And that’s the response I want from MY customers.