I’m totally jazzed about getting my Twitter following up to 207 followers.   I never thought in a million years thought that two hundred people would care about what I had to say. 

You might be wondering where this is going, so let me tell you.  It’s just that I’m all a-Twitter.


First, I love Twitter.  It is such a different animal than Facebook.  Twitter allows you to connect with people around the world using just your wit and 160 characters!  Second, it thrills me to death to think that 207 people think that what I have to say is both interesting and important, unless it’s just the train wreck theory that keeps them interested.  In that case, humor me and don’t tell me! Third, it’s a start to building up what I hope to be a large Twitter following, kind of likening me to Justin Bieber and Jackie Evancho and what they’ve been able to accomplish on YouTube, but I can’t sing. 

So, why is this important enough for me to write a blog about it?

Because it’s in my makeup to love people who roll up their sleeves and go out into the world and make things happen. I love it when you find people who believed in who they were and what they could do enough to work hard to be recognized for it.  Whether it’s a natural talent like singing or acting, or a developed skill like cooking or gymnastics, each of us has an innate talent that separates each one of us from the masses.  And while all of us are special in our one ways, it’s the ones who are willing to work hard to showcase that talent who are rewarded. 

These are the folks that when the establishment blocks one path, they find another one. And if they can’t find another path, they blaze a new trail. It takes courage. It takes confidence. It takes guts.  And the word no comes up way more often than the word yes!

But it just takes that one yes to turn an everyday ordinary person into a superstar, someone we all admire and look up to.  These people aren’t just lucky or have the right clothes, shoes, contacts, etc.  They wake up each and every day with a dream and a desire to make that dream come true. 

My dream is to one day be able to earn my living solely through my writing.  I want to be able to connect with people on deeper level, which brings me full circle back to Twitter.  My followers know that every Tweet is a chance for me to make a meaningful connection with someone, to build an audience once Tweet at a time.  It would be a huge victory to me to see my following grow to 500, 1,000 or even 10,000 followers.  Each connection I make is with a person.  My followers are not just numbers to me.  They provide visual proof that I am living my dream and drive me to work harder in order to not disappoint them.  I hope you guys feel the same way. Spread the word!

6/29/2012 05:10:56 am

We share a dream. perhaps one day we'll both be able to quit worrying about the day job, sit back and write ... and maybe tweet a wee bit too!

6/29/2012 05:36:34 am

Very inspiring! I needed that today. Thanks!

6/29/2012 11:19:09 pm

I tweeted this post...lol

7/9/2012 12:06:35 pm

I used to spend a lot of time on twitter. I loved the #askagent sessions. I learned so much about writing, looking for an agent etc.

becca puglisi
7/17/2012 01:24:31 pm

Hi, Sandra. I've been on Twitter for about a year now, and believe it or not, I'm just now 'getting' the personal connection piece.
<-- slow learner
It's much more fun now ;).

8/20/2012 01:01:14 am

Twitter is big thing in current time and thats why everybody id trying to be social on it,

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