One of my favorite bloggers is Kristen Lamb. She’s not only dedicated to helping writers, in their fiction and building a brand on social media, but she’s just a decent human being who makes a lot of sense. I loved this latest blog of hers and wanted to reblog and share with you.
Image via Flikr Creative Commons, courtesy of Memekode.
We’ll pick up on the whole, “Artists not working for free” thing later. Is free a good thing? Yes and no. Benjamin Franklin has a saying I’m going to adopt for how I feel about FREE.
Free is an excellent servant, but a terrible master.
But while I’m working on those posts, let’s return to the discussion we began—the notion of unfriending. My first post was about why we are wise to keep as many friends as possible (even for folks not out to specifically “build a brand”) so I recommend checking it out.
And on to the next leg of our adventure. Here’s the deal…
People are Not THINGS
Guess what? You are not a gadget. You have value and have meaning simply by being you. So keep being spectacular 😉 .
Whether we want to admit it or not, unfriending…
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