I’m currently working on a social media / network SEO plan that will leverage all the blogs and tweets that the Quicken Loans family of companies has. It’s pretty inventive if I do say so myself. It’s a good challenge do to the diversity of the Quicken Loans’ family of companies. If you’d like to see the challenge I’m working with feel free to stop by the Quicken Loans’ family of companies page. I’m not actually writing about this plan though. I’ll brag about it later when my get enough empirical date to support my anecdotal data. I’m writing about Google Docs today.
How much are you worth? How do you decided your value? Is your value measured in money or something else? Is your value established based on financial gain, the amount of stuff you have, how nice your car is, how much you know, how much you don’t know? How do you value yourself?
How much I’m worth has changed over the years. Not because I’ve made or lost money, or anything else similar, but because my perspective on my value has changed. You see we often fall pray to the benchmarks that society sets for us. Sure, we need to reach certain benchmarks in life to survive, i.e. paying our bills, but we shouldn’t let those benchmarks define our value.
I want you to take a good hard look at yourself and decide if your personal value is based on social benchmarking or those things that are actually valuable to you.