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I read a little while ago on Michael Hyatt's blog that he found he sometimes didn't know how he felt about a particular topic until he blogged about it (unfortunately I can't find the specific post...sorry!). I thought that was interesting and it raised some questions in my mind.
Questions like: do we blog because we know about something or do we blog because we want to know about something?
Questions like: do we blog to teach others or do we blog to teach ourselves?
After some thought, I like to think that I came up with an answer because for me at least, the answer is both.
Truth is, I've learned just as much from blogging as I hope you have from reading my posts. Writing blog posts—from creating better villains to the usefulness of tumblr for writers—forces me to sit down and think about the topic until I can think about it clearly enough to share with you—my amazing readers.
In essence, I've come to realize that blogging is just as educational for the blogger as it is for the reader.
But I have a feeling I'm not the only one who's come to this conclusion, and I want to hear from you guys.
DISCUSSION: For those of you who blog, would you say that you’ve learned from your blogging experience? For those of you who don’t, would you say you’ve learned from reading blogs?