Click Chemistry Coincidences
And A Challenge Entry Is The Result. . .
At any moment there are challenges that are a part of daily life. And evidence of that is abundantly clear in ActiveRainLand.
The annual Nobel Prize honors for achievement in various fields were announced recently. Stick with me, I will tie this together. Eventually. 😃
Anyway, the Nobel Prize for science was awarded this year for click chemistry. Through this discovery, we learn how molecules are linked. Over the years, I have explored connection in my own way - admittedly not nearly as scientific as I might want to believe.
In any endeavor, achievements are marked as milestones in learning. Success is closely aligned with such feats. As a word and concept, success is defined (and then discussed, debated, dissected and then redefined) subjectively and typically at great length.
But please don't even consider asking me about click chemistry as it relates to science. Talk about a difficult challenge. If you're interested in that subject, there are multiple ways to delve deeper.
Back to "this world", I have read many entries submitted for the October 2022 Challenge: Blogging Success Stories co-hosted by Aura Alex, Leanne Smith and Carol Williams. As usual, I am impressed with the creativity of the membership to effectively tell their stories.
My AR journey may not have brought bundles of monetary success directly through blogging though I am grateful for that which I have received.
To me, blogging shows triumph in different ways. Perhaps, greater. Thoughts have been formed. And ideas sparked. Observations have been numerous. And then they are remembered with more than a few put into actionable plans that have been customized. Conversations have been overheard even while lurking.
Such experiences have made continuing education a part of this platform. I remember an open house event years ago when a visitor-unknown-to-me walks in and says "I know you. I have been reading your stories of our area for quite some time". It's been said before and it's true: you may not know who is reading or following what you share. Or even an exact source. That's a success in my opinion. And I think blogging helps make that happen. It helps hone our craft, enhance introductions and begin to make connections. Click - just like that.
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Anna Banana Kruchten CRS, Phoenix Broker - blogging is not only contagious (in the best sort of way) but inspiring (in many ways). Banana Blog On - Quite Appealing - and so natural too. . .