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This is gold… I love this idea of posting your ideas from a place of authentic fun and being non-attached to the outcome… just posting your ideas out there and seeing what sticks.

I’ve always thought this idea of the headline being the most important thing, false and unauthentic. When you write as though talking to your homie friend, it not only becomes easier to write, but your personality shines, and that is what attracts people to you.

Rob, please do write a post on "How to make the move from attached to non-attached” as I need more guidance on this and I’m sure others will do as well.

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Happy to be of service haha!

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Appreciate this look inside your philosophy, Rob! I'm still on the fence as to whether Twitter or LinkedIn will ever be part of my promotional efforts again, but it's good to have alternative approaches to explore.

I think perhaps Twitter could be fun if all I did was follow Fosterati and a few interesting Substack-ers and completely ignored the rest. 😅 That would require using some kind of external platform like Tweetdeck to avoid the clickbait news of Twitter...

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For me, non-attachment is a work in progress but a mindset that helps me write, speak, show up, and be myself without overthinking. Thanks for sharing!

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