Well, it’s been almost a month since my last blog, and the fact is, I needed the break.

As most of you know, I make a living, thinking, creating, selling, coaching and offering my soul to other organizations, in the hope that myself and my team can create a positive ROI.

To date, business is fantastic, we are engaged in many new deals that offer us the opportunity for long term equity, and revenues have continued to rise.

I have seen both Michelle and Zack continue to grow as professionals and partners, and along with the rest of the team, we have continued to be the guiding voice for multiple brands, both big and small.

Momentum is with us, and all is good, or so you would think?

Our commitment to be the best at what we do, especially when it comes to social media comes at a price, hence why each Saturday morning when I sat down to right this blog, I just could not find the motivation.

As a discipline nut, I found myself struggling with the fact that I had committed to a weekly blog, and yet couldn’t deliver.

Now I am sure that the world is not ending because they didn’t get a weekly “Nudelberg says”, although I think you get my point.

So, last week I did something I hadn’t done in forever, I played hookey.

That’s right, smack dab in the middle of the week, I spent an afternoon with my buddy ( those that follow me know that once a month I have an evening with a good buddy of mine) with no business agenda, just met, talked, ate, drank, and got off the merry go round.

It was awesome, and guess what, the world was still there waiting for me when we were done.

There was all of the emails, missed calls, tweets, posts alerts etc., just as I left it.

It was at that lunch that I had confessed that while I love writing, writing my own blog every single week had become burdensome.

Let’s face it, we all have so much going on in our lives, who can really do everything?

Or why would we want to?

My buddy, (I won’t mention his name, although he spends every day making lives brighter) gave me the advice of the century.

He simply said, write when you have something to say!


There is so much clutter in our lives, so much noise, so much commitment, so much “taking it to the next level”, so much of so much, when does it stop.

For me it stops now.

I love writing, I love coaching others and love sharing my thoughts.

I needed a close friend to hit me upside the head to realize that we all have choices, as it pertains what we do, when we do it, and who we do it with.

Choose wisely my friend!

I have attached this great video to drive my point home.

And that’s what Nudelberg says!