So I am trying to force myself to buckle down and get busy writing my new Empire Avenue Missions Guide and getting absolutely nowhere with it. Some days it seems as though I wake up tired and drained and things inevitably go downhill from there.
Today I find myself thinking about online identity. Reading a piece in a professional blog that includes the rather standard advice about being careful what you post in your social profiles because employers and prospective employers will read them and make judgement about you based upon them, I found myself thinking that my friends in human resources would probably quite agree with my idea that you should have separate profiles, which are not in fact associated with your wallet name, for doing the kinds of things you don’t want your boss or your mother to hear about.
It appears to me that inflation has hit Empire Avenue missions big time. So many of the longest established players who have accumulated great wealth put forth missions paying 10,000 eaves and can offer a huge number of them. It’s almost to the point I don’t see much point even putting up missions that offer only 2,500 eaves. So I find myself wondering if rather that a guide to using missions to drive social traffic and activity, what I need to do is write a lesson on creating and accumulating wealth so as to be able to drive social activity using missions. I just don’t feel ready to write the next volume and feel certain I am going to miss the July 1st release date I had been working towards. Ah well. I will write no book before its time.