Alright, I went on a hunt this week for some great posts, and I came up with a few that I think you’re really going to like.
Weekly Bonfire: Differently the Same
Why do I think this? Well, because they’re not really your “typical” business articles (i.e. focused strictly on SEO, blogging, products launches, website development, design and so on). Don’t worry – they’re definitely relatable.
So while listening to one of my favorite artists, Donovan Frankenreiter, I sort of got to thinking these articles do all have one thing in common: They’re differently the same.
Differently the same? Yes, because each of these posts are super relevant in their own unique way – they all provide great value and are very applicable to business without being “straight business” – and that’s what I like about them.
So, before I dive in and tell you about each of them, I have a quick question for you: to be blunt, “Do you find value in my Weekly Bonfire posts?”
The reason I ask is because the Weekly Bonfire post is one that I’ve been doing each week since I started the EntrepreneurOnFire blog. I really wanted to include it because, as someone obsessed with content, post roundups have always been very helpful for me.
Before diving into the EntrepreneurOnFire brand, I’d spend hours searching thousands of posts for the 3, 4, or 5 that I actually wanted to read. Now that I’m getting to share those 3, 4, or 5, I enjoy spending the time to find them. But in reality, I’m going to spend the time either way, and so if you think you’d find more value in an additional content-rich post per week, then I’m ready to switch it up – just for you. ;)
So, I would really love to hear from you in the comments section below about whether or not you find value in my Weekly Bonfire posts!
Alright, here we go:
When do you use “me” vs. “myself” vs. “I” when you’re talking about yourself and someone else? I ALWAYS have to stop and think about this… What about “lie” vs. “lay”? Come on – I know you’ve had to Google this before! These, along with 9 other common “duh” grammar moments, are all packed into this compact and helpful article by Christina Sterbenz.
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen a “test” worked into a post like this! I think this is such a great idea. Plus, including it in the title not only got me to click on the post in the first place, but once I was there, I ended up obsessing over answering the questions and reading others’ replies. Demian Farnworth, my friend, nice, nice work.
Oh Marc Chernoff – how did you and Angel get THIS good?? I love this post because I’m willing to bet that every single person who lands on it will answer “Yes!” to your opening question… I mean, who doesn’t need help focusing on what matters most? Seriously – who? I asked myself these 8 questions this morning, and they’ve stuck with me all throughout the day. I’m as guilty as anyone of getting wrapped up in this hurricane we call entrepreneurialism. It’s easy to start focusing on things that, in reality, just don’t matter. So, thank you Marc and Angel for reminding me of the things that really do matter most.
I’ll wrap the same way I started. I really would love to hear from each and every one of you who frequent the blog: “Do you find value in my Weekly Bonfire posts, or should I stick to the good old action-oriented blog post?”