Blog 1Thing Daily Writing Habit. 1/4/20

QUOTE (emphasis mine):

Blog 1Thing Daily Writing Habit. 1/4/20

First steps:
Separate posts into multiple projects.
Assign unique keys and dates.
Reorder by dates.

Identify audience for each blog.
Move category material to the proper audience.

1. Consolidate categories into projects.
2. Organize posts by dates in categories.
3. First post in a “chapter” of posts has title in all caps and a one day date. Subsidiary posts are ordered by time within that date.
4. Combine categories whenever possible.

A book = a category.
Long form topic = a subcategory.
There is always a Misc Bin subcategory for uncollected report level posts.
A chapter = a series of connected posts.

Warehouse Category = bin for categories not ready to be a project or at reported status. Posts in these categories are still drafts until reaching reporter status.


Identify audience for each blog.
Move category material to the proper audience.
Audience: My appointment.
Audience: UMC Pastors and disciple making lay leaders. KRD and IGRC.
Box of Ideas
Audience: individuals who want self-improvement.
Box of Ideas

————– Jerusalem, Judea Samaria … flowing outward from local
Kinmundy … KRD … IRGC … UMC … USA.
Audience: learning environment for disciple making and left handed church. A class. Focus on doing.
Focused marketing … a la Pamela Wilson.
1. DiscipleMaking101 class.
2. Consultants work with small churches
3. IOSME: Imaginary Order of St Matthew the Evangelist.
4. Basically, a means to portray the implementing of the DiscipleMaking101 ideas in small churches.
Audience: learning environment for scholarly discussion of Ambidextrous Churches. Based on DMin project and related scholarship. Information sharing.
Focused marketing … a la Pamela Wilson.


NOTE (my commentary)

What does this quote say?
What does it say that I should obey?
What is the wish? What are the outcomes?
What are the basic steps?
What are the obstacles?
Who needs to hear this?


SOURCE – Footnotes:

Please review the page How and Why We Use Quotes.
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