Blogging Mindset Tip: Never Stop Doing What Works Because of Need or Greed

I love guest posting. Guest posting works well for me to expand my blogging business. Traffic? Check. Profits? Check. Guest posting 5 or more times daily vibes with me.

I keep guest posting. But imagine if I became needy, or greedy, and feared I wasn’t making enough money or driving enough traffic. My need or greed and accompanying fear would try with all its might to pull me away from what works – guest posting – to, something else.

Do I know if the something else would work? I have no idea. No clue. But mostly, choosing to stop doing what works from a driver of fear – NEEDING or being GREEDY – leads to fear-filled results.

You and I know what we mean as far as fear-filled results: struggle, failure and eventually, quitting. Never stop doing what works and what feels enjoyable because you assume you should be driving more traffic and making more money. Abandoning successful strategies almost always leads to failure.

Never Allow Negative People into Your Head

Some negative people vibing mainly from fear may try to project their fear-pain onto you by noting your apparent lack of business growth. Never allow their fear, neediness and greediness to influence your business decisions because if you let them into your mind, you allow them to completely ruin your blogging campaign.

Bloggers sometimes complain about my metrics through certain online channels. Negative nellies tell me my numbers seem pathetic, terrible, lacking, complaining their fear, pain and putrid view of self through a projection onto me. I smile, relax, and get out of the way, cutting these people out of my life, versus listening to their fear and agreeing with their fear.

Doesn’t it eventually feel amazing to release negative people from your life? You bet it does. Feels fun and freeing, right? Of course it does. But actually ceasing contact with negative folks is critical because you need them out of your life entirely so they cannot rent space in your head.

Be Generous Patient and Persistent

Follow a successful course generously, patiently and persistently to experience exponential blogging success over the long haul. Never panic, bail and cut the legs out from your blogging campaign.

Do you have fun doing what you do blogging-wise? Yes? Keep doing it. Do you experience slow but steadily increasing blogging success doing what feels fun? Keep doing it.

See the journey through. Trust me; you are well on your way. Be vigilant of your thoughts and feelings. Observe need or greed manifesting in your mind, telling you traffic and profits do not grow fast enough, even though you have experienced nice success and love what you do.

Every massive empire grows out of passionate, fun, generous service. Happy billionaires implore you to love what you do. Trust these icons! Enjoy the ride.

Stop listening to negative voices in your mind that try to pull you away from the happy, successful path.

Stop listening to negative people who try to pull you away from happy, freeing, fun blogging success because of their own miserable projections.

Nobody knows your successful path quite like you. Keep doing what works for you. Feel fears masked as desperation or flat out, piggish greed, and allow the fears to exit your mind.

See how better you feel by NOT acting on these destructive, damaging energies, guaranteed to sustain your blogging struggle. Let the feelings go. Keep doing what seems to be working and keep having fun as you experience massive blogging success over the long haul.


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Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Fox News, The Huffington Post and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon. He can help you retire to a life of island hopping through smart blogging at Blogging From Paradise.


It’s really good to read your blogs, thank you for sharing such good information. It definitely helps all the bloggers and blogging communities. Great tips, and very helpful.

Nikola Roza

Wonderful advice Ryan,
people are generally deeply unhappy because they realize their lives are passing by them while they (think) they can’t do anything about it.
So they project their fear and lack of enthusiasm all over the place.

Even people that love you can slow you or derail you with their bad advice.

So, if you love blogging and see no immediate result, keep doing what you love and eventually you get so good that you can’t not have excellent results.

Ravi Kumar

Hi Ryan
Thank you so much for this ultimate motivational blog post. You are actually helping bloggers and blogging communities. Great tips, and very helpful. Thanks again, Ryan.

    Ryan Biddulph

    Ravi my pleasure brother. Always fun to help bloggers.


I am a beginner in blogging, This is a quite good article which will help bloggers to do more for their site. will use your tips. Thank you.


Hey Ryan,
its great information for ever blogger.from your article i learn lots of things about blog.your article is very useful to freasher blogger . thanks a lots


Hey Ryan,
its great information for ever blogger.from your article i learn lots of things about blog.your article is very useful to freasher blogger .


Ryan, I concur what you are stating about visitor posting. That is the least demanding approach to contact more individuals and direct people to your blog. Indeed, even I do this normally.
at last Very interesting article to read. Good information. Very well informed and good content. Keep sharing


It is important for every blogger to have a blogging mindset and start writing. It is really going to work for me. I am writing this being an active blogger.

Thanks for this wonderful blog.


Never stop What working Now. That’s gold. One of the best advice from you man.we are always gone for next big shiny thing and Overwhelmed. this is a mistake. Thanks for massive value

    Ryan Biddulph

    Cool B; glad you enjoyed the post. Keep doing what works now for it expands in the future.


Hello Ryan and Enstine,

I hope you are doing fine.

I would say surrounding ourselves with the people who have the vision to learn and grow is really the deal. I feel energetic and lovable when I see people like Ryan, Nikola or any other blogger connect with me and stretch their hand to help me out!

Blogging is amazing and the blogging community is more amazing! The right people teach us everything: patience, persistence, scope to grow and other skills.

Feeling honored to be part of such a beautiful community.


I’ve started a site 6 months ago and have really struggled to find opportunities to guest blog. I even reached out for others to guestblog on my site, but with no takers. Anyone had better success?


Ryan, I agree what you are saying about guest posting. That’s the easiest way to reach more people and drive traffic to your blog. Even I do this regularly.

Jessica Jones

It’s a kinda superpower post for those who struggle to pin-point what works well. How to take blogging further? Thanks for writing it here for Entine Muki’s audience!

5 guest posts a day is really admiring me! Again you are proving yourself as a passionate writer and helpful blogger.

Mahmudul Rubel

Hey Ryan

Never stop What working Now. That’s gold. One of the best advice from you man.we are always gone for next big shiny thing and Overwhelmed. this is a mistake. Thanks for massive value

Chayan Chakrabarti

This post hit me at the right time . When I was thinking that a bit if of non legitimate thinks are okay to grow.

This taught came on my mind after obeesiveing small growth numbers.
But this post will surely help me to stay in the game .

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