If Andy Warhol was right, I’ve used up my 15 minutes of fame.
That’s how long it took for me to read this article “Working While Chronically Ill” , forward it to my family and take a breath to revel in the press! It’s in the “Shifting Careers” column of the Small Business section of the New York Times.
Honestly? I felt a little weird getting that press. I was never someone who liked to be in the spotlight – I froze every time I had a piano concert as a kid. That probably sounds odd coming from a blogger but this feels different. When I write these posts, I feel as if I’m writing to you (each of you). This feels more vulnerable somehow.
But most importantly, don’t you think the press is good for this issue? I’m glad that the title says what it does – it doesn’t beat around the bush. But when someone writes an article about you or your business you can’t control the content. Comment here – share what you think it might have included that it didn’t????
Rosalind aka cicoach.com