In the hustle and bustle of every day life, it can be all too easy to get caught up in the tiny little details and lose sight of the bigger picture – the “why” behind your work (or play).
Last week I got to step out of my daily “routine” and immerse myself in 2 days of inspiration and web “geekiness” at the Problogger Conference here in Melbourne.
I loved having the opportunity to meet some of my “online” friends in real life – and this was one of the big “takeaways” for me – even though the majority of my work is done on the computer at home (writing, designing websites, networking – aka Facebook & Twitter), the face to face aspect is still a must-have component of creating relationships, both personal and business (and it’s fun).
Unlike the previous two years’ attendance at the Problogger conference, this year I decided to listen rather than write, to trust that I would hear the information that was most relevant to me. I even left my laptop at home in favour of hand-writing only the most important snippets of information.
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