Publish your work, even if you don’t have an audience

Lambert Chu

It’s been one year since I started this blog. When I first started, I wasn’t exactly sure what to write about or how much time to devote to it. I just wanted to scratch an itch to get my ideas out to the world.

In the back of mind, I was hoping to grow a big online audience over time. The problem is that I’ve only been publishing once every month or two, which simply isn’t enough content to reach that goal.

So, what’s been the point of having a blog? And why am I, a nobody with less than 300 Twitter followers, telling you to start publishing things too?

Over the long run, there are plenty of benefits to enjoy from creating content, especially when it comes to writing. With some hard work and a little bit of luck, you just might stumble across new opportunities in the…

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