Learning from your own mistakes is starting at the point of admitting the mistakes. Analysis from idea to outcome reveals pain
A Few years ago I decided that I urgently need a blog to share my knowledge, news about projects I participate in, and the instruments I use. In
Everything was clear before I started. The niche of my expertise for the topics was set up, I even planned a
A few articles about blogging showed how simple the entity is, and all that is required for success seemed pretty obvious. Before I started the blog, I concentrated mostly on the website and its structure rather than on content and strategy. I thought that aesthetics played a big role as a part of
Many awesome blogs cultivated an idea – that blogging is
The biggest mistake, I assume, was an attitude to the blog as to something secondary. In fact, blogging itself is a continuously evolving set of mind with plans, structure, and regular content production. It could be a part of a bigger project, or even embedded into the daily workflow, but the process itself never stops. Anyway, I failed my blog mission and decided to change my attitude.
Taking some time for the analysis of mistakes is a good option due to the absence of deadlines. This time it’s going to be different. I am about to settle for smaller tasks for small parts of content. Even the website will be changing little by little. In plans to publish at least one post monthly. All changes will be released as soon as they are ready with the necessary condition. And the most important – the project isn’t about