Showing Up When You Don’t Have An Audience
The best thing about posting when you don’t have an audience: nobody’s watching.
The worst thing about posting when you don’t have an audience: nobody’s watching.
It’s funny, eh? We’re always nervous to start something. Hitting Publish is hard.
What will they say? It’s not good enough. I’m good enough. Oh heck this is how everyone finds out I’m crazy and ~not~ in a cute way. This is how I get voted off the island that is the Internet.
Then it’s live aaaaaaaaand
More often than not, no one cares because no one’s watching.
Then! Then we get mad.
I put in all this work and for what! Got like 3.5 impressions on Twitter and no clicks. What the heck dude? I was joking when I said I was terrible. This is good the people need to see it and tell me I’m brilliant! TELL ME I’M BRILLIANT, SUSAN.
Point is: When we start, the stakes are low. A heck of a lot lower than your brain (*cough* Resistance *cough*) is leading you to believe.
And we should take advantage of that while we can.
Photo taken at the Leslieville street festival in Toronto this summer.