“I post a blog post because it’s tomorrow.”

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“I post a blog post because it’s tomorrow.”

Seth Godin said he doesn’t post a blog post because he thinks his post is perfect. He posts a blog post because it’s tomorrow.

He made a decision one time to write every day for his blog, so that he doesn’t need to revisit that decision. He has been posting every day on his blog since he made that decision and he has posted more than 7,000 posts since.

I find that inspirational.

I started posting on Linkedin as part of business development for my practice.

I intend to post on Linkedin with consistent frequency. I started posting frequently at the end of 2020 and I have been posting consistently three times per week since June 2021.

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and equity capital markets (ECM) are my key practice areas. I have good intentions to post on M&A topic for a week and then alternate the posts with ECM topic in the subsequent week. I plan to include one post per week on my experience as a lawyer. My Linkedin posts have been on M&A, ECM and lawyering but I could not come up with contents in the sequence I intended.

My intention to compile all my Linkedin posts on my blog MalaysianCorporateLawyer is still a work in progress.

Monday’s post is usually the hardest for me. It is also more challenging to find the peace of mind to write when I am deep in a corporate transaction.

Sometimes I post on technical stuff such as moratorium period for IPO shares of companies seeking for listing on Bursa Malaysia. These posts typically get fewer view compared to my other posts.

My objective is not to reach massive general audience but to reach relevant audience even if it’s smaller. If the posts are helpful for my business development or to anyone else, that’s great. Otherwise, they are my study notes.


This post was first posted on Linkedin on 9 March 2022.

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