They're excited about some webinar they've got scheduled - and they think YOU should be excited, too!
They're excited about a webinar they just attended by another social media expert/guru who is well-known throughout the blogosphere. Which may or may not be "true." It's hard to tell if their excitement is manufactured or real.
They're excited about the day, just because ... a PMA (positive mental attitude) is better than being in the doldrums.
Well, I'm not excited. I'm not energized. I'm not overflowing with enthusiasm. But, I'm not in the doldrums, either.
I'm just...being. Today I'm just being whatever I feel like being. I'm thankful for the day, and that it's Saturday, and that we're pretty well done with fixing up the house. I'm delighted that I can now turn my attention to reading and relaxing a bit, and getting back up to snuff on Twitter. And, to working on the "new" Lip-sticking.
Excitement is saved for true, heart-pounding, eye-brightening, blood-moving events. Like meeting your favorite twitterer, or being accepted to graduate school, or watching your daughter give birth. Or, announcing your new website and having people twitter it for you. I could get excited about this event, if I were in Suffolk. But, I'm not.
Now, those are things to get excited about. Maybe being excited for excitement's sake is what turns you on, but I prefer to save my excitement for truly exciteful events.
This blog post is not one of them.