Even after my apologetic post last week, I was unable to return to the flow of posting daily.
Instead, I’ve been having something of a break to focus on developing other things, including a programme of motivational speeches and presentations to help re-engergise and re-focus businesses, upping my programme at the gym in preparation for the 3 Peaks Challenge and working towards the launch of my new website theindiefilmhub.com – a content curation site for independent filmmakers, now just 5 days away from launch.
Although I’ve previously suggested that breaking your routine in blogging – whether about your film, your business or your personal life – can be punished with a significant drop in your readership, sometimes it’s good to take a break for a while.
Taking a break doesn’t have to mean not doing anything at all1, it’s simply about re-focusing, allowing yourself to be immersed in a different project, a different goal or even a different world.
The old cliché goes that a change is as good as a rest. Remember, clichés are generally only clichés because they’re true.
Some other posts you might like:
- The Indie Film Hub Is A Poke
- The Lowdown on Communication
- Why Your Next Film Should Be ‘The Hobbit’
- Should We Aspire To “Event TV”?
- Staying Regular
- although we all know the times when that’s precisely what we need! [↩]