Willing to Adapt

How comfortable are you with change?

I need to be adaptable to stay relevant and I do this by being open to change.  I am trying to embrace adaptability and I want to stay open to finding new ways to go with the flow.  Time changes everything and I need to keep up or get out of the way, so if change is required, or expected, I am comfortable with switching up my routine.  Change is a powerful force that cannot be denied or resisted and Sam Cooke probably describes this best in his song.

How often do you like to change your blogging style or the topics or format of your blog?

I bend with the wind and I have always been a versatile blogger, because I feel that I am able to write about any topic, but I have not changed my blogging format.  Maybe if I did that it would help to keep my readers’ attentionI read all the time about the best blogs being made up of short posts, but I mostly ignore this, because I like to write until I am done saying what I have to say.  I don’t like to limit myself and I hardly ever write posts that impose a word count restriction.  My blogging style comes from being a technical writer and therefor I am a research writer.  I am not going to change my style or my format, but I like to keep myself open to writing about any topic.

Written for Blogging Insights by Dr. Tanya where this week she is concerned with change.

10 thoughts on “Willing to Adapt

  1. I change mine some at times…like the Twilight Zone and featuring artists that are not well known…it’s fun to blog about little known music…I get a drop in views but that is ok.

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