Friday, October 12, 2012

Grin and Bear It: Thoughts from Doc Harvard, Social Media Doctor



Sometimes Life Just Sucks

by

Founder of 42wd Publishing


Everyone wants life to go the way they expect, need, want but the reality is that life just plain sucks. Nothing you can do about it. That's when learning how to grin and bear it comes into play.

We've all run into those instances where things completely out of our control make our lives miserable. In these times we're left with finding the positive [ usually pretty hard when it's going on ], finding the negative [ very easy when it's going on ] and a third option that most people don't consider - grinning and bearing it until the right opportunity comes along to improve the impact on your life.

It sucks, it really does, but you have to learn how to grin and bear it and find the opportunities for improvement. Many people will say that there's no chance for positive opportunities, in certain circumstances, when life sucks. This simply isn't true. Their small, perhaps even micro in size, but they are there. If you can dig down deep enough and find that first positive opportunity, and take advantage of it, then, over time, the sucky parts won't be as sucky.

No, this isn't a miracle cure. It's also not easy; but, it is worth it if you can do it.




is a community sourced publishing / ePublishing company that puts creators in direct contact with their consumers. Its goal is to provide opportunities to writers, authors, poets, artist, comic artist and creatives in general that otherwise would not be available to them. 42wd Publishing does this through creative mentoring, collaborative partnerships, marketing and software designed to facilitate the creative, marketing and sales processes, and our S3 [ social strategy suite ] software.
[ Us + You + Creativity = Success ]


is the Founder of 42wd Publishing and a Social Media Doctor. He uses his skills at doctoring up social media to help writers, authors, poets, artist, comic artist and creatives in general to grow their presence and facilitate the creative, marketing, and sales of their work. When Doc Harvard isn't working on his own creative works you'll find him down in the trenches with other creatives working to improve opportunities and changing the way the publishing business works.

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