I’d be lying if I didn’t say Copyblogger is a fantastic resource for all word-related, web-related and work-related inspiration. Their blog is amongst my absolute favourites out there and a recent post focussed on the aforementioned topic and they created this awesome infographic to further corroborate their findings. I just have to share it’s greatness:
I love infographics and find them hugely inspiring and think this one in particular is extremely interesting. The statement that resonated with me most was
Believe it or not, it is possible to think about a problem so much you lose the ability to act
This made me think about the service I’m offering and the services I’ve used and just how easy it is to get wrapped up in something that eats up hours of your time that you could be dedicating to an aspect of your business that you are more than capable of handling without an issue. It’s no secret this website took me an absolute age to put together, mainly because I spent far too long thinking about it and finding new areas I wanted to change and improve on. If I had had any sense at the time, I would have simply employed a professional to design the site on my behalf and the problem would be dealt with.
Everybody has their own strengths and areas in which their creativity can prosper and making the most of those strengths is how you can succeed. I’ve tailored The Write Sprite to services I believe I can offer confidently, competently and I can use my creative skills to achieve the best possible outcome for a range of clients from a wide range of fields. Why waste your time poring over the right words to use when there are professionals who thrive upon this opportunity and can ultimately produce a quality end product in good time?
Whenever I’m having trouble thinking of something I want to talk about on this blog or discuss in my personal blog, I’ll come back to this post and take a good look at that infographic. Thanks Copyblogger!