It's good to hear from you, and thank you for pointing out the typo. It was about 4 A.M. when I wrote the article. I'm surprised there aren't more typos than just that one.
As for your question regarding balance, here is the key. Create more value to the people around you. I have another video on my blog that gives more clarity on that subject.
Social networks are for socializing. If you look at my Facebook wall, you will notice I have more posts on the walls of other people than I have on my own wall. I'm constantly having conversations with others about the things that are important to them.
Most of my blog posts aren't selling you anything, instead they are giving the viewer free information. If the viewer doesn't have any interest in the information I'm sharing, nobody is forcing them to stay.
My posts on my Facebook wall are no different than the posts of other people that don't have anything to sell. If someone posts that they are having a sandwich at their local sandwich shop, how is that any different than me posting I have a new video on my blog. Nobody is being forced to click on the link.
Again, it's my belief that if I focus on giving more value to the people around me than I expect in return, I will do okay.
Obviously there will be people that will be very upset with the way that I choose to run my business, but those people are few and far between. Besides, I'm not going to let others dictate how I should run my business or my life.
Bill Cosby was quoted as saying "I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody."
Lloyd Jones was quoted as saying, "The men who try to do something and fail are infinitely better than those who try to do nothing and succeed."
At least I'm trying. I'm doing the best I can, while giving as much value to the world around me.
Wishing you the very best,