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August 04, 2011


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Chase Sherman

I think if you have the strength to allocate a period of time every day to seeking out real-time opportunities you should do it. But it seems to me that the apparent risk with social media is the tendency to get caught up in the moment. I know this is the case with me.

I agree with you that real-time opportunities are certainly serendipitous and useful. But isn't there something to be said about avoiding "shiny objects?"

Like the old adage says: plan your work and work your plan.

Thanks for the thought-provoking post.


I agree with you that we all have the choice to decide what career we want to pursue in life. So we should think twice before deciding on things.

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