And yet, in the world of media today, that's pretty much the world in which we live. Journalists, writers, bloggers, authors and multi-media producers are all in a unique position to share or sell their ideas to virtually anyone at any time.
| The digital world has done away with the limitations we once accepted |
No longer do we need an editor, managing editor, publisher and distributor to let people know what we think. We don't need a radio station license, a printing press or a television studio. The digital world has done away with the limitations we once accepted: limited shelf space, limited TV stations, limited newspaper content, etc.
The rules have changed. In fact, there really are no rules anymore. This can be exciting or intimidating or both. While what I just described is happening in the media world, I'm guessing similar changes are affecting your industry or profession.
So, the question is whether you can get comfortable playing a game with no specific rules. As I described in a previous post, we need to be more willing to act without gaining permission, first, and we need to be willing to act, even if that means we failed.
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