What I learned.
Dear god coders don’t get paid enough for the stress they deal with. There were multiple times I tabbed out of a page I was editing, once even after completing the page when trying to find my recording tab.
It was interesting to look at the different ways I could optimize language, as many businesses had weak spots that they could use a bit of refinement in. I especially enjoyed looking at conscious capitalism’s site and reporting/ showing things that they could do there.
My only real concern is whether or not I was able to bring value. I deeply hope that the businesses I looked at helping out could find some value in what I am presenting, but one can never be sure. This is likely a superstition or paranoia, both qualities I don’t like to indulge, so I will simply throw caution to the wind, and hope for the best.
I did enjoy being able to identify things I thought could be valuable to the variety of businesses I checked in with, and I am eager to see their responses to what I chose to produce for them.
If you enjoyed this post, you can find it’s prequels part one here, part two here, or part 3 here.
Until next time,