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So, I joined BitClout. Here’s my profile:
Mostly out of sheer curiosity. And Tom Kuegler’s recommendation didn’t hurt.
I don’t experiment with every new platform under the sun, but I come close. And these days, I’m relatively quick to recognize when something isn’t working or worth my time.
This is basically what I found with Twitter this year. I love Twitter. I wanted to make a real go of it. But the effort to reward ratio was nothing like I expected or was promised.
I can see now that a big part of that was a lack of conversations and a proper collective supporting each other. I now know just how powerful that can be, given how great my team has been in supporting the creation of my new membership.
So, if there’s a takeaway there, it’s to get into conversations and put structures in early. Make the decision to grow together with your collaborators or team. Support each other in setting and reaching goals and be fully committed and unreasonable in reaching those goals.
On that note, would you like to be a part of my BitClout game? Let me know.