Many of the pointers listed in the article, “10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered”, are not very complicated. If anything, several of them are very simple and probably do not even need to be said. Tips such as “Stick Around”, “learn to take a punch”, and “You do not have to be a genius” are tips that shouldn’t even be said. If you want anything to even remotely succeed, you will need to stick around through thick and thin and post consistent quality content. Not everyone will agree with your thoughts on the internet and that is to be expected. As everyone is separated through a computer screen and not policed, some people will say nasty and vile things. You don’t need to be a genius, you just need to be interesting. Either way, really smart people who claim they’re geniuses and better than everyone else aren’t who you probably want to hang out with anyways. Case in point:
The most important takeaway from this article is to tell good stories. We all know that one guy who tells amazing stories and they don’t even need to be of him doing something cool, it’s just the way he says it. It’s his cadence and his delivery that solidify the story, not the content. Now I just need to do that in blog form. How hard could it be?