How many thought-provoking and authentic stories end up just in the drafts section of your blog?
How many original ideas stay in your employees’ head instead of being shared with the team and the company?
How many times does an important question gets missed because the individual feels like she or he won’t be heard or acknowledged for having the courage to share?
What holds people back from sharing and publishing their work? Are they waiting for the “perfect” moment to share the blog or idea or question? There’s no one size fits all answer to these questions. Pondering upon these questions is in itself an important exercise and a good starting point. I do this often when I compose a blog and then save it as a draft. On my blog, there are way more drafts saved than published. I save them so I can go back and add more content to the blog later, or the blog idea just came in my head and want to note it down or most times I tend to overanalyze on the blog’s quality and make a decision not to publish it yet. I am working towards publishing more blogs than just saving them as drafts.