It's August 8, 2006, and John Manley writes:
Here's the big point to remember: Decide on ONE self-promotion strategy. Follow it through.
I diluted my efforts by going in too many directions. I could have made twice as much money this year, by following that one piece of advice.
It's April 3, 2007, and Ben Settle writes:
In my experience (and this has just been in my life--I'm sure others will disagree) it's better NOT to try and be all things to all people--and not to try and master every single new "thing" that comes down the pike.
Instead, find the few things you're good at and spend 90% your time honing those skills.
Do you see a pattern here?