Yesterday was my 100th post on this blog. What does that mean? Nothing really—a benchmark I guess. It’s something to measure progress. It’s like lasting two minutes with a guy that used to tap you in 30 seconds—it’s a measure of how far you’ve come. It’s also a reminder of how far you need to go.
In this my 101st post, I’m thinking about the purpose of this blog. I started writing to share my thoughts about two things: starting a jiu-jitsu company called Tap or Die, and the art jiu-jitsu in general. I’ve enjoyed doing both. It has a way of solidifying your thinking. I would suggest everyone write a blog. Start now. It can be on anything. I promise it will help you get a handle on your own thinking. Try it.
Here are the blogs I visit, written by the most part by ordinary people, probably people you know:
thekillerj.wordpress.com (Jeff Moore)
whatifoundout.com (Jason Miller)
sethgodin.typepad.com (Seth Godin)
academysoma.com (Matt Strack)
mandmexpress.blogspot.com (Miles Vigil)
timmctee.com (Tim McTee)
If you have a blog, I’d love to check it out and add it to this list.