We need to be making firsts. Firsts as in trying new ideas, strategies, activities, tasks. In a world where everything feels too big to tackle, we accomplish by creating firsts.
Our first LinkedIn post. Our first TikTok video. Our first blog post. Our first mass email. Our first online shop. Our first self-published book. Our first art show.
Firsts are never great, but they’re always the best way to start.
It’s rare to experience moments where we know too much of something. Most of the time, we’re on the other side of the Dunning-Kruger curve. The Mount Stupid curve, or the valley of despair.
This is why we should always seek for help from others. It’s because we usually don’t know the full picture. But with others’ thoughts and leadership added in, we can get better results, have more accurate articles, have more informed insights.
We’re all on Mount Stupid at one point or another.
Anybody can spread a message through the internet, and in doing so they don’t even have to physically open their mouths to do it.
Let’s be frank. Not everyone has something worthy to share (but you might). The tragedy is that despite having something worthy to share, you might decide to keep it to yourself.
Because it’s a scary world.
But our world doesn’t need more people who wait for others to go first and in front of you.
In fact, our goal as a small-voiced community is to be heard, and to spread a message worth sharing with others because it’s a scary world (and we are stronger together).
If you have a project in mind that you want to build, please do reach out to somebody (perhaps me). The world needs you to share your message.