Facebook and a Cup of Coffee...








Geez, Terri where ya been???









Oh, the life of an Entrepreneur. Let’s get ambitious and get 


everything done, right now, and have it perfect. Perfection will kill 





New clients, non-profit commitments, running the office, handling 


everything alone plus, filling your pipeline of business and 


suddenly, keeping up on your blog doesn’t happen. Then one day 


someone says, “Write something will ya?” they have a point. It is 


not like my Facebook thread is suffering. Why is it easier to write 


something on Facebook? 



My theory…it is like talking with friends. I just pour myself a cup 


of coffee and sit in front of my computer wandering about. Seeing 


everyone and bah-hahing and LOLing on everyone’s posts. In my 


defense, it is just sitting there with its Icon just begging to be 


clicked on. It screams at me, “What is happening at the beach?” 


“Who is getting a promotion?” “Where is the next party?” “How is 


everybody doing?” “Answer my question?” I just have to know!



New rules…for every hour I spend cruising the Facebook world I 


must write a post. So, either you all will hear a lot less from me on 


Facebook or, my Blog will become more robust. I also, need to 


divide time with finishing my book. Ah, the book. The one I 


promised to have completed by April. It also became a causality of 


my inability to say no. 



Actually, that is not fair either…I was never asked. I just cannot 


help myself from volunteering. Call it a compulsion, or a 


personality trait. I see a need and I jump at the chance to make it 


happen. I suppose to the benefactors it is a good thing. But, a new 


promise must be made. 



I will write pages in the Book, Blog, then…surf Facebook and 


everything else that must get done. So, the life of an Entrepreneur 


is challenging and all things important will get to the top of the list 


at some point. And, perfection will kill you; so enjoy a funny pet 


video then, get to work!

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@2014 Terri DeBoo  •  Consulting and Training in business network expansion for businesses and executives  •   terri@terrideboo.com    704-756-5113

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