Sketch notes for Discipline, Saying No, and Creating Compelling Content

Sketch notes for Discipline, Saying No, and Creating Compelling Content

Saturday’s the day where I link  material that I’ve found interesting, informative, or thought provoking. You’ll find them gathered from a variety of topics. They’re centered around World of Warcraft, blogging, or gaming.

Lots of social commentary going on this week in WoW which is cool. Civil discussion is always welcome as long as it’s done with tact and respect. I get asked about why I don’t include stuff like that here. To set the record straight, that’s not what this blog is for. You read this blog to help improve yourself. You come here to read about Priest and raid stuff.You read Lodur’s totems and healing stuff. Other bloggers can do a better job with social commentary and I would never be able to do it justice.

Many WoW blogs I’ve seen started with topics relating to the game.

  • Helping players get better via rotations, gear guides, etc.
  • Strategies for handling certain gaming aspects.
  • Profession advice and tips.
  • Working the economy.
  • Inspiring RP (which I am envious of and can never do).
Where has that gone?

This week on the Herald:

  • Sketch Notes: How to Heal as a Discipline Priest
  • Learning to say: “No, thank you.”
  • A Fool-Proof Formula for Easily Creating Compelling Content
  • Getting Started with Livestreaming
  • Hard Truth on the Sheer Difficulty of Making an Impact
  • Added Priest and Paladin information in the Mists changes page

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Sketch notes: How to Heal as a Discipline Priest

Subscribe to this guy. If not for the posts, then at least for the sketch notes. Waiting for the one for Holy. Flowcharts and diagrams are excellent.

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Learning to say: “No, thank you.”

As much as I’d like to say yes, lately I’ve had to say no more often. It’s not that I don’t want to, but many of my duties and projects keep me quite busy. The plus side to saying no is that when you dosay yes, your time becomes much more appreciated and valued.

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A Fool-Proof Formula for Easily Creating Compelling Content

Having difficulty putting your thoughts into words? Copyblogger has a formula and system that helps you get started with a routine. Cut down on the 1500 word rambles. Keep it to something succinct and straight to the point.

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Getting Started with Livestreaming

Looking to get started with livestreaming your gaming? I wrote up a quick guide to it here on WoW Insider. Right now, the guide’s meant for PC as I haven’t been able to properlyfigure out the most efficient way with Macs.

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Hard Truth on the Sheer Difficulty of Making an Impact

“Being very good at anything involves being somewhat addicted.”

Truth.