http://holisticspeechpathways.com/losartan-hctz Are you doing this for business purposes or is it personal? That was the question posed to me when I confided in a colleague about the start of this blog. As a marketer and chronic second-guesser of my decisions, it launched me into a tailspin analysis. Who is my target audience? What am I hoping to accomplish? Who would even follow me? Why am I doing this anyway?
http://travelingmartinezes.com/69048-nortriptyline-cost.html My rapid descent into self-doubt was finally broken with the question “Why do I care?” It suddenly dawned on me. Kathleen Kelly. Kathleen Kelly in You’ve Got Mail summed it up. “Whatever else anything is, it ought to begin by being personal.” Even the guys in The Godfather agree. So, yes, this blog is personal. And no, I don’t have any specific objectives I’m trying to accomplish. But if the cathartic adventure of me airing my “personal business” happens to benefit others, all the better. “And what’s so wrong with being personal, anyway?” Nothing. Absolutely nothing, Kathleen. You know that’s right.
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