I have text file called “blog post ideas” sitting in my dropbox, full of partial outlines and bullet points and paragraphs of stories about my current revelations, about dedicating my life to the impossible, about why I didn’t trademark Live your Truth, about the deserving of weekend things, etc.
And I’ll probably write those posts. Eventually.
But not today.
How I decide the topic for a day’s blog post or email to you is not an intellectual, planned decision.
I don’t have editorial charts scripting out blog topics or pre-planned posts of important shares, stories, teaching points.
I simply type at the top of the OmmWriter page …
What is the most true thing I could write today?
What is the best I could share today?
What story resonates the most today?
What message is fighting to be heard?
What does someone out there need to hear today?
The thing is, Living Your Truth is not about change.
Living Your Truth is about transformation.
And transformation does not take place in the world of goals or spreadsheets or timelines.
Transformation happens in the infinite.
I used to feel guilty that I didn’t have my year of blog posts and emails all planned out. But while such intellectual systems can be powerful for those of you who are committed to a paradigm of success, that is not that paradism in which I operate. As much as I respect success and plans and goals, as much as I may use them to support Live Your Truth – they are not the point of me.
So if it seems like my launches and programs and posts don’t conform to a recognizable strategy, that’s because they don’t.
This work flows from a different paradigm.
And, finally, I’m cool with that.
How do you decide what to write about in your blog posts or emails to your people?
Do you have planned systems, or just write what is in the moment for you?
I’d love to hear from you in a comment below!