Write a great newsletter? Put it on your blog, too.
What happens if someone sees it twice?
HINT: Literally nothing bad!
And if it's good, you've either reminded them of writing they liked the first time AND made it easier form them to share it.
Great question here.
My answer: why does it need to be exciting for you to do it?
Boring things that reliably work are awesome for business. Literally the holy grail.
Find your excitement in new ways! https://twitter.com/bhavaniravi_/status/1522944100215189504
The idea that you need to be "excited" by something to work on it is a broken, bad idea.
It's one of the MOST common failure modes of many talented indie hackers and creators I see.
The antidote is simple: professionalism. More here:
Welcome to the first mastodon based community for Philadelphians who ❤️Philadelphia! Think of this instance as a new neighborhood in Philly that anyone can be a part of, because it's online.