Reminder to self: Got to get me likes today. Schedule one hour two days from now and check how my followers are doing. Maybe next week look and see whether it’s feasible to purchase a few comments per blog post. By now you should be getting a clear picture.
You should be getting a clear picture in your mind on how it rolls for what I like to call the regular Instagrammer. H’mm. Edit and spellcheck. System accepts. That means the def I gave myself’s been used before. What’s wrong with a little self-created slang and casualness along the way?
To my mind, it kind of makes the day roll on a little quicker. Not quickly like so that it gets done over and finished with so that I can push off to do a few other worthless things. Or do nothing at all. You know what they say about idle fingers. The devil loves those who choose to be bone idle. Heck, even the bible tells you so. To think there’s people out there that are just so darn lazy, and crazy, they won’t even get up out of bed and make themselves a sarmie.
No, the thing is, that’s never me. I’m always busy these days. It’s just that some days are just so darn hard and you really could use the break. I’m feeling a little excited about today and tonight, and maybe even tomorrow. Not that I’m deliberately rushing through my work, no, I wouldn’t want to hurt the quality, it’s just that I’ve got that energy boost and the work may just get finished a little earlier than usual.
And what’s that energy boost? And where am I getting it from? It’s motivation, folks. And I think I’ll be honest in saying that I got it from experience. Been there and done that. Been to the college; the school of hard knocks. Heck, the world’s greatest entrepreneurs have all said it before. It’s better to make mistakes when you’re starting out. Otherwise how’re you supposed to learn from them. And so it goes.
You learn from experience. You learn from your mistakes. But listen up guys. This doesn’t mean that you must now go out there and deliberately make those mistakes. Like not pitching up for work at your desk. Fact is, with all the great tools Instagram and their affiliates are providing you with these days, you really don’t need to be making mistakes like we did. Look, I’m not patronizing you or anything, it’s just that, gosh, we sure wish we had the online gifts you guys have today. And they really are gifts when you think about it.
Because most of the time it’s coming to you for free. Okay, sure, you’ve got to buy your likes, followers and comments, but have you checked the prices they’re charging? Hardly a bean. I always say, if you can afford your latte, you can afford to buy your insta paraphernalia.