Last week I passed a milestone (for me) on Twitter: I reached 10,000 followers. For my family and friends who think I’m hopelessly irrelevant and not worth bothering about, at least 10,000 other people think I’m at least worthy of being “followed”. Does this amount to a hill of beans? Not really. Does this give me any sort of ego-boost on a day I might be feeling down? Not even. Does it give me a bit of cachet in the social media world? Not likely.
But 10,000 is a decent number. It’s a number that somehow matters. It may not mean much, but it still matters. The hardest thing for so many of us to realize – truly, honestly, genuinely realize – is that we matter. Maybe this is a start. And to think, it only took 10,000…Back to Blog