Jason Yormark

10 Short Sentences That Sum Me Up

I’ve had a hell of a time writing regularly on my blog, and I finally decided to get asentences little help in the matter by subscribing to Chris Brogan’s Blog Topics.  At first the idea of actually paying a nominal monthly fee for access to some blog topic ideas seemed silly, but word on the street seemed pretty positive on the quality so I decided to give it a spin.  Time will tell if I find the value high enough to continue the subscription, but I already found an idea I really liked in the following post.

I spent some time thinking through 10 quality sentences, and the exercise was a really good one for me in that it forced me to assess where I’m at in my life with some things.  It also forced me to be honest enough with myself to admit some opportunities for myself.  I definitely recommend you to give it a try yourself and if you do, leave your link in the comments so I can take a look.

That being said, here we go!

  1. As much as I’m able to see things through, I’m very much more an idea guy.
  2. I’m fiercely competitive personally/professionally and while I lose gracefully, it never sits well with me.
  3. I’m extremely generous, sometimes to a fault.
  4. I’m not an emotional person outwards, but definitely internally.
  5. The occasional time alone is necessary, but I always prefer spending lots of time interacting with others socially and in business.
  6. One of my favorite things in the world is to make others laugh, but I don’t take advantage of it as much as I should.
  7. I always need something in my life to look forward to, or I feel like something is missing.
  8. I can and love getting in front of a room of countless people and speaking/performing, but I’m terrible at networking events.
  9. I’m definitely a procrastinator, but do my best work under the gun anyway.
  10. I’m typically embarrassed & humbled by praise, but deep down love it to death.
Jason Yormark
I'm a 20 year veteran of digital marketing & the owner and founder of Socialistics, a social media agency based in Seattle. My spare time is filled with writing, baseball, my boys and everything Seattle has to offer.


      1. nice job with the post!
        great decision to follow blog topics 😉
        …and then to take action?? I’m very impressed!

        Nice choice to use disqus…you’re doing alot right and I’m really proud of


        PS If you tweet me blog posts directly, I’m happy to share with my followers

  1. This reminds me of “The 30 Day Challenge” on Facebook. It gives you 15 subjects to post photos about in 30 days… I have yet to finish mine but it’s really interesting to see what others post. 🙂 Hope all is well!Day 01- A picture of yourself with fifteen factsDay 02 – A picture of you and the person you have been closest with the longestDay 03 – A picture of the cast from your favorite showDay 04 – A picture of your nightDay 05 – A picture of your favorite memoryDay 06 – A picture of a person you’d love to trade places with for a dayDay 07 – A picture of your most treasured itemDay 08 – A picture that makes you laughDay 09 – A picture of the person who has gotten you through the mostDay 10 – A picture of the person you do the most ****** up things withDay 11 – A picture of something you hateDay 12 – A picture of something you loveDay 13 – A picture of your favorite band or artistDay 14 – A picture of someone you could never imagine your life without
    Day 15 – A picture of something you want to do before you die

  2. Interesting. I am trying to find a way to make the dull, entirely corporate resume seem human. 10 quality sentences is a great way of being creative and interesting.

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