Surely This Isn't You!

Do you write a post and feel the energy and everything just seems right. You pump your fist in the air thinking this is going to change the world! But when you open the post later to edit it you realize it's not you. Everything is wrong. 

Maybe the feeling isn't there, or what you were trying to capture. How could you have been so forceful? So arrogant? 

Surely this isn't you! 

Well, this happens sometimes. And when it does I try to keep going and and keep the feeling, even a shred of it. 

That was one of the reasons I wanted to post thoughts on here off a whim, because this, for me, for the time being, is supposed to be a learning experience. Thoughts that can change because I learned something new, or just realized maybe I had an incorrect point of view about something. 

It happens to all of us. 

But who is confident enough to admit that? Well, perhaps that's another post. 

So you get that post ready, and it's slated to go out on a certain date, and you hate everything about it. It feels like those nights you go out drinking and have a totally different outlook on life compared to the next morning. 

WHAT DID I DO? 

You were staggering around, drunk off three huge cans of Fosters (Australian for beer, mate), telling people on the New York City subway system that you love them. 

Oh yes, true story. 

But the next morning you regret this. What did you do? 

Lately I try to post no matter what. I want this to seem like a natural process. The most that i'll do, like this morning, is change pieces for when they'll be posted. I figured this is a far more fun subject for a Friday. 

What do you think? Do you write something for a blog, or a paper, or story, and then go back later and wonder what the bloody hell you were thinking? 

Let me know in the comments below, or on Twitter @Wcmarchese 

Hope to see you there. 

Also, please check out my YouTube channel Here. It's a baby right now, but I'm trying to think of new things to post. In the way of the blog, I want this to be a learning experience, as well. Let me know what you think. 

www.youtube.com/Wcmarchese 


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