Another quarter year down…
Another goal to wrap up and reflect on…
This one kind of hurts, because it’s the last time I’m doing this.
Of course, I’ll still continue setting goals in the future. But they probably won’t be quite as dependent on the calendar.
And I’ll definitely want to approach them differently than I’ve handled my goal of increasing my Twitter following.
Because even though I’m on track to make my goal of 300 followers (there’s still a tiny sliver of time left in the year), it was challenging to get here! And it’s my own fault.
That part hurts too, because I knew better.
But that’s okay. I’ve learned a lot, and I’ve gotten to experience some exciting benefits too.
Three things that didn’t go well with my Twitter experiment…
1. I spent too much time in the beginning on “behind-the-scenes” things that got me nowhere.
When I first started working on this goal, I took a kind of academic approach. I tried to study what would be a reasonable number of followers to gain over a three-month stretch. I researched things like “how frequently should you tweet” and looked at ratios of following-to-followers and tweets-to-retweets.
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