…writing: Proofread closely before you submit. You can’t take it back.
…reading: There just isn’t enough time for all the wonderful talent out there.
…friends: Some give freely of themselves. Most are selling something.
…myself: I may be unique, but I’m not all that different.
…blogging: Every now and then, someone reads this stuff. So make it work their while.
…finances: You can make $3,000 a day by being obnoxious.
…authors: The appreciation of our good fortune bands us together like family, not competitors.
…readers: They’re out there and they’re hungry. We need to feed them choice cuts.
…Twitter: The Internet is a finer joint to meet strangers in than any smoky bar.
…life: It’s not the length that matters. It’s the worth.
2 replies to “What Twitter has taught me about…”
awesome post. definitely agree with the idea that you can meet a better sort of person online than in some bar somewhere!
I was in Puerto Rico when this posted and I missed it. What a gem! I love all of these…
especially given that other than you finding me and pointing me towards the realization of my dream, I can’t for the life of me find a good use for Twitter.
I think you are wise beyond your years. Or just optimistic.
Maybe a bit of both. :)