You will probably never make it as a blogger.
Well, at least not until you’ve read all the right materials and bought all the right tools. I mean, how can you be a good blogger unless you know what everyone else is doing?
Okay, thats a lie.
A quick search on Google will reveal all that information. Hell, most bloggers are dying to tell you all that stuff anyway, so its not like that information is hard to come by
So what’s the real reason you won’t succeed as a blogger?
There’s enough information easily available online these days that no one should be failing at anything they choose to do, especially blogging.
Trust me, I’ve searched for all of it. And probably read most of it.
You can do anything you want to do
You’ve probably heard that a million times – especially when you were younger. If you were a punk ass kid like me, then you probably just blew it off. We’ve all come up with excuses to help us feel more comfortable about the fact that we don’t want to try to reach our goals – we want them handed to us.
I’m just as guilty as anyone. I’ve made excuses too, “I can’t do this because I don’t have that”
Well my friends, that’s bullshit and you know it!
We all have the power at our fingertips. With a little effort and a few sleepless nights you can be well on your way to becoming an expert in any field you choose.
Before I turn this into some kinda self-help thing — let me get back to the point.
Over the past few months I’ve been taking on a lot of projects. I’ve met new people and worked along side of some of the brightest folks I’ve ever met. I learned a lot – that’s for sure.
Nothing more important than this.
*Consistency is everything*
Whatever you do – do it often, even if you suck at it. If you continue to do it, you will get better.
That’s just the way things work.
Being consistent in your efforts is a great way to train yourself to do better. People will start to recognize you. And then they will start to depend on you.
*Start blogging now*
Ideas mean nothing if you never act on them. That notepad you have with all your unique, world changing ideas will never amount to anything if you don’t start working on them. Right now
All the posts you have saved in that draft folder are going to waste. Break ’em out!
Publish them and worry about perfection later. Let your voice be heard.
So here’s your takeaway.
- Start blogging now
- Be consistent
Those two things alone will help you reach success more than anything else you can think of.
If you start now and you’re consistent in your efforts, there’s no way you can fail.
What stops you from blogging?
What keeps you from being consistent?
Let me know in the comments