Today I have a guest post from my friend, Bill Dorman. Bill was one of the first frequent visitors here. He is a good friend, so come by and say hi. I promise he won’t bite.
One thing I have learned in my limited blogging experience, just about everyone will publish a list. It might be their top 50 blog sites, it could be their top 10 smartest people they know, or it could be the top 199 blogs worth hopping to. The other thing I know, and this is because I am a glass ‘half full’ kind of guy, even though I never appear on any of these lists, I know I would have been the next guy if they just had some more room.
Therefore, when Nancy asked me if I would host her 101st post, it validated my thinking above. I just knew I would be the next guy. However, with that comes some pressure as she marches on to her next 100; I don’t even have 40 posts of my own so it is somewhat daunting to jump into a much more ‘mature’ site but I am honored and flattered.
It is time to party
100 posts is quite the accomplishment; in fact I was struggling this weekend just to come up with one for myself. Nancy does a fantastic job of not only cranking them out, but they are always interesting, engaging and readable as well.
In honor of this accomplishment we thought it would be a good time to throw an online party and invite all our friends. I’m hesitant to do any ‘lists’ even though we know who the characters are, because I want this to be an inclusive party.
We hang out at some of the same places, but it would be nice to bring in some new faces as well.
Where to from here
The only things we ask you to bring are your thoughts and suggestions; we will have the burgers, chips and beer. So, where does Nancy go from here? What kind of encore does she have for the next 100?
I would say anybody who has written 100 posts is probably here to stay. That number might pale in comparison to what our friend TheJackB has published, but I think she is past the 90 day ‘stay or go’ window.
Go Nancy Go
I have known Nancy from her early days and have had the pleasure watching her grow in this sometimes crazy, fickle world of social media.
Please wish her well on her quest of the next 100 posts.
Bill is a blogger who enjoys networking and adding value to his relationships. He is an insurance broker by profession. You can find him any day at billdorman dot me. FKA the invisible one (www.billdorman.me) where all strays are welcome and you can even subscribe to his content.