When I encounter someone that I think is killing it at whatever it is that they do, my normal reaction is to immediately dive in and try to pick apart their process.  (see: Josh Brown and/or Austin Kleon) What apps are they using? Where do they get their information? What blogs do they read? When do they post updates? How frequently? And on and on. Your head would spin if you saw me in action.

I dive into the minutiae. The little details. I take apart everything and I probably end up spending more time analyzing their process than they do. Why? Because they are focused on “doing” things. They’re creating content and giving it to the world. They’re succeeding — or at least giving themselves a chance for success — because they’re putting it out there. They write something and share it. They don’t get too caught up in how they’re making things happen, they just make them happen.

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