Offering advice

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One reason I blog is to have a record of things I’ve spoken to people about. Some 1100+ posts later there’s a lot of advice in this record. If you tried to read these articles in date order, they’d have some sense but the nature of how I write means there is little order or obvious sense in the sequencing.

To make sense of the posts, you have to stand back from them and take them a bit at a time, relating concepts and ideas to others, projecting how they’d relate to your environment, context and current activity.

Seth Godin wrote this last week:

We don’t have an advice shortage. We have a gap in selection and application.

The Advice Gap – Seth Godin

The same can be said with learning – we don’t have a content shortage. We have a gap in selection and application. Help people select and apply, not just acquire.

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