I have worked many hours the past few weeks developing content and activities for this website and building my own personal site www.SweetFrau.online. The SweetFrau site was a smaller project. It was fast and easy to construct. The Superhero Unfolding site is a much larger undertaking, and remains a work in progress. The site's main purpose is to describe SU projects. However, it also aspires to be a resource for budding superheroes. In order to achieve this, content and contacts must be located, researched, developed and added on a daily basis. This involves a great deal of time and attention. I can't say that this is really "work." It is a labor of love.
I have also created a facebook page for both the SU and SF websites. In the process, I have learned a great deal about the time it takes to maintain a dynamic online presence. And, my desire to exist in the realms of social media. Initially, I had planned an Instagram presence, but after sitting in on a "How to Sell through Instagram" webinar, I thought... yeah, that's not for me, that is just not what I want to do.
As it stands right now, SU is a one person project. With limited time and resources, I have opted to focus on developing/providing quality content and reaching out to people through the project website and the facebook page. So, I'll give it a go and see what happens.
Today's confession: I am afraid that opportunities to connect with people will be lost because I cannot maintain a presence on every social media platform out there. I am also well aware of the fact that to do so is impossible and choices needed to be made.
Today's insight: I can't be all things to all people. When presented with multiple options and limited time, I need to make sure that I make the best choice for myself. My choice must be based on what feels right, what feels doable, enjoyable and exciting. It must not be based on FOMO. (fear of missing out). Decisions based in fear are rarely constructive.