It’s simple — care. As simple as that. I’ve been on a short vacation across Canada (beautiful) and I’ve noticed one thing — a lack of customer service. Where everyone zigs, you zag.

Genuinely care about your customer.

If you don’t, go do something else, until you do. As simple as that.

You’re a winner!

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I have a vision board with many messages, one of them saying: Focus. It’s something I never really did throughout my life, focus on a single thing. I’ve always been involved in many projects at the same time, and many turned out successfully. But for the next two weeks, I’ll try my best to work on a single project (except my job and my life with the family and some important/urgent things that might appear).

I’m not turning off my phone or the internet (that won’t even be possible as the project I’m working on requires me to be online). I’ll just cut the other distractions.

Let’s see how this will turn out.

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I can’t say I rarely win things. I won small stuff throughout my life, including a full two-day pass to the Toronto Blockchain Futurist Conference. It’s not the first conference I’ve attended post-pandemic but it’s the first one when I wasn’t involved.

I was so focused on my digital marketing/SEO stuff that I haven’t kept up with the blockchain stuff. But it doesn’t feel like I missed much.

I believe in some applications that can be build and overall support the industry and the innovation. I believe the NFTs can be put to good use. But most projects now are BS. Don’t believe everything.

That said, some solid projects are coming.

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I had two Toastmasters meetings Saturday morning. The rest was spent doing a full course, reading probably more than 10 articles and watching at least 4h of videos (1.5x speed).

The reason? I’m creating my own course so for whatever reason (probably procrastinating) I’m looking to see if I don’t miss anything, learn and absorbed more information.

There’s always something I can learn from each course; even if the course is wack (many are), there’s still at least a tool or a plugin, a chrome extension or simply a different view that you can learn and adapt.

I also like to know everything about my craft. I believe I overdo it sometimes but what’s the alternative?

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I wasn’t a fan of audiobooks. I preferred podcasts and shows; as for the books, I read on Kindle but always went for the print.

Until this year when I said I should give Audible a chance and subscribe to get one book for free each month. And here I am 8 months and 10 books later (you get some free ones) and still haven’t decided if I like them or not. But I’ll continue.

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Not sure why my last post was in 2020 as I always stated I like Medium and recommend people use it. I’m planning to write a daily blog — shorts- and I’ve debated what platform to use.

I’ve been on Twitter for more than 10 years and rarely generated any buzz. I post successfully on LinkedIn “business” stuff, as in digital marketing and SEO stuff. Then I’m sending my newsletter by-weekly and doing a Tiktok video about it that I include in that newsletter. Then I share that video on all the other platforms (stories on IG and FB and shorts on YT).

But yet again, my writing is therapeutic (for me) so I decided medium is the winning platform. Despite the fact that they made it really difficult for me to find the “new post” button.

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