Keeping the Creative voice talking

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It’s hard sometimes to keep that creative voice talking especially in a social media peak, where millions of posts, videos, blogs and tweets are cast every minute, of everyday.

How can we stay relevant, honest, interesting and refreshing while providing content that gives our customers, readers, and contacts something extra. Are we giving something to the community or simply filling the white space with meaningless noise?

Or instead of using up our creativity and time with negativity, should we let these doubts, these questions simply guide us to provide better, higher quality content that rewards people that will interact with us? To be successful, you must be mindful of both your strengths and your weaknesses, but not view yourself in only one of these  aspects.

This short video, inspired me to think about what I’m giving to the online community in the content I provide. What are you providing, that will not only promote your success but provide your audience with content that exceeds expectations?

Keeping the Creative voice talking

About V C Willow

V C Willow has always loved to write and read for pleasure. During her teenage years she wrote a lot of poetry but graduated to writing Science Fiction, Fantasy, Epic Fiction, Urban Fantasy and Suspense as she reached her twenties. She is a geek and comic nerd. A very keen reader, an enthusiastic cook and gardener and loves to craft. She's even been known to get down and dirty and do some DIY. V.C live in Manchester, England with her ball of cat fluff, Willow. She is currently writing her début fantasy novel. You can follow her authors page on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/vcwillow Connect with her on Linked in at: uk.linkedin.com/pub/vc-willow/4b/b90/521 Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/inquisitivevic Follow her on Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/5563938-v-c-willow )O(
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