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Keep, Try, Drop 🙅‍♂️ #193

Ross Chapman
Ross Chapman
Hi everybody,
Really appreciated the responses to the last issue! Thank you to those who responded. I’m writing this on a Monday this week.
It’s usually this time of year where I start reviewing what I’m doing and working out what to keep, what to try and what to drop. With last issue’s responses - this newsletter is definitely one to keep.
The thing I’m starting to try is picking up new content formats. I’ve spent the past week researching into TikTok. I’ve also been pushing out invites to record fresh content with my network - on any topic this issue covers really. If you want some advice or care to chat about a topic you’d love my take on - book a time that works!
When it comes to what to drop, it’s somewhat related. My personal website needs to shift up a gear. Will likely take some time over Christmas to get that up to speed.
Oh, and if you’re looking for a fresh perspective on a portfolio - I recently tried out Contra - take a peek.
Hope you’re all well and if I can be of any help to you at all, or you just want to say “hi!” - I invite you to respond to this email.
Appreciative of your attention reading this issue,
- Ross

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