Unfinished Blog Post
The Final Paragraph
In life as in business, it is often advisable to start with the end in mind. Some writers write the ending before they write the rest of the story. It is usually The Final Paragraph that determines the tempo of the piece being written.
When I was in school, I had a friend that would read the last chapter of his book then the introduction. He would later write his book report. He was so smooth about his approach. One year, he gave an oral book report. The teacher asked him if he had reported on that book the previous year. He responded that he did. When asked why he reported on it again, he said, “because I finally finished the book.”
I wrote a blog post quite some time back. All I had to do is write the final paragraph. I was waiting for a specific event to occur so I could write about it. Sometimes events happen in progressions other than what you plan.
I forgot about that blog post because I became too busy chasing my tail. I understand what is meant by the term, caught in a tailspin. My situation was out of control, and I couldn’t pull out of this tailspin.
Unfinished Blog Post
You might become disappointed when situations do not come together as you expected. The Unfinished Blog Post is about such a situation. My online business was going to be my support system for the Construction company we were beginning. I needed funding for the business. While I waited, the Construction business fell apart!
Some people look at this as a disaster. However, I look at it as fate. I needed money for several things occurring in my life right now. Over the last several months, I kept hearing the message: money will not solve that problem.
Maybe there was a reason for my Unfinished Blog Post.
They say ghosts exist because they have unresolved issues. I’m here to say that money doesn’t resolve all problems. In my online business, it is time that will address problems. Time to complete all programming, time to formulate relationships with other partners, time to develop procedures, and training, and time to ….
I can’t finish that Unfinished Blog Post at this time (even if I could find it) because the situation has changed. As in life, there is one constant: Change.
If change is a constant, it is presumed those who do not embrace change will fall behind. A friend mentioned years ago that one of his daughters was getting her first job. This was just after college. She would be making more starting than he ever made. Isn’t that an example of change?
Blog Post: Change
I could have substituted the word, Challenge.
Change, challenge; it’s all the same when we are talking about our online business, Compumatrix.
Compumatrix will be the Finished Blog Post. We are so close to the Change, the Challenge, or what label you want to apply.
The label I wish to apply to Compumatrix is:
Writing A Blog, What’s Next
In the blog, “Writing a Blog”, I wrote the following. “I never sit down to write a blog!”
This morning I wasn’t thinking about writing a blog at all! I was thinking about NOT writing a blog. The thought was running through my head if I’m not writing a blog, then What’s Next?
With that thought buried somewhere in my mind, I find it is time to rediscover Compumatrix. A couple of days ago, I wrote the blog,. Decentralized Business Administration. I sat down at my computer that morning. I was NOT planning to write a blog that day, either. Even though that post was one of the most challenging blogs to write. How do you write something that just scratches the surface?
In that blog, I wrote the following, “I decided if I was going to continue to blog, I had to take a deep look at what I wanted to share.” When I finished that blog, I realized I left the door open to a ton of material. Therefore, I left a lot of open-ended questions to be handled in future blogs.
The Unfinished Blog Post has a flaw in it. The thought lingers that it will never be finished! Most of the materials in this blog were written 3 ½ years ago. The final parts, being written today display the period that is continuous. This blog will never be finished as Compumatrix is just getting started. The Finished Blog Post will have to be written when I have exhausted every bit of energy and resource that Compumatrix has and will provide for me, you, and all of us yet to come.