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Overcoming the Blogging False Start

Tonight I was reading through the last of my backlogged venture capital posts, and I came across a post by Mark Suster titled http://www.bothsidesofthetable.com/2015/07/14/how-the-hell-do-i-prioritize-work-blog-find-balance/. In a number of blogs I read, including Mark's, a writing trend has emerged: get your mind out on paper, and ignore the distrations. I've even noticed some authors timebox the problem. More importantly, I've noticed that everyone close to me who has chosen their…

How to Manage Content with Asana

In Managing Enterprise Content, Ann Rockley argues for the planning of content reuse through four stages: create, review, manage, and deliver. A stage can have sub-stages; for example, the "create" stage has three sub-stages: planning, design, and authoring and revision. She notes that content is often created by individuals working in isolation inside an enterprise (the coined term is the Content Silo Trap). To counter this content silo effect, she recommends using a "unified content strategy,…