Great comment in reply to "Clean a Clean Toilet" by Jason -
Great post, and great quote. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about maintenance. In the past I’ve seen it as boring and something to be ignored. But that’s really not the way to look at it. Maintenance is about maintaining quality, and that is something to take pride in.
Fantastic insight there, wow, that’s really a great way of putting it. I used to dislike maintenance as well, and gradually I just started doing it because I came to think it’s necessary to do what I want to achieve. But I can see how it’d be even a higher level up from that to see it as a very worthwhile thing to take pride in.
"Maintenance is about maintaining quality, and that is something to take pride in." - brilliant insight.
Has it only been a few months since we started? It feels like much longer, there's already a strong and vibrant and insightful group of people communicating here at SebastianMarshall.com - I'm really pleased and happy to have a good crew reading, commenting, emailing me, getting into good discussions and thinking.
A tricky thing for most people building a website is to nail down these questions - "Who is this website for? What do I want to do with this?"
It's easy for me. The site is for people like me who wish to do a lot of important things, to communicate, to think more clearly, to become prolific, to grow in strength and virtue. I create on the topics that are important to doing important things.
The people who this resonates with are always welcome to come visit and gain in strength and knowledge here, to build, to hopefully be inspired, to communicate, to do good things. The people who the site appeals to are its audience, and I won't be trying to persuade anyone to join us who these topics do not appeal to at the current stage in their life.
I've got a number of good comments I'd like to share. This was the second half of a comment from yesterday's post, me wondering about technology.
I’ve had a lot going on lately, and have had a number of epiphanies over the last couple weeks so I thought I’d write a post about what I’m currently working on, what I’ve learned this summer, and what you can expect from cameronchardukian.com in the near future.
After a lifetime of being an introvert I decided to take part in The 90 Day Social Challenge. I planned to get out of the house and do at least one social thing per day. The goal of this challenge was to develop my social skills, do some crazy stuff while I’m still a teenager, and build a social circle.
The results of the challenge?
June: 14 Social Days