Well, I’d love to say that my blog is directly driven thousands of dollars in sales to me… it hasn’t happened, yet. However, what my blog did for me was provide me a bunch of useful information that needed. You know how I keep telling you that I use my blog is my digital notebook? Well, that’s exactly how I used it this past week.
Yet again, I needed to build another SAP system, so that I have a place for contractors to develop. Well, once again, I needed to build a system from scratch because the one I have is “quirky” to say the least. If I hadn’t done so much development and master data loads, I’d probably scrap it and use a copy of the new system I just built… but oh well.
Building a new system meant that I needed to start from scratch. That meant installing a printer (I had a blog post on that), seeing what files I needed to do the install (I had a post on that), generating a solution manager key (I did a post on that too), configuring STMS (you guessed it)…
So, all my blogging directly benefited me. I didn’t have to dig through cryptic notebooks. Since I write for you guys, it forces me to document my thoughts properly… not in my half awake code language that I tend to use for taking notes. Great for 30 mins for now, any longer, and I have to stare at it for an hour to figure what on earth I was even writing about.
So, no money yet, but it saved me a ton of time. If you haven’t already, start your digital notebook today.
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