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How to blog
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How to blog
I place a heavy emphasis on YOUR blogging style because all bloggers possess a different blogging style. You know my drill. I write and publish 600 word guest posts and blog posts heavy on the nuts and bolts of blogging mindset.
I finally figured out; I despise writing long form, in-depth, practical tips laden blog posts focused on stuff like driving traffic and boosting profits. Sure I covered these topics in the past. But I only do so these days in 600-800 words or so Continue reading
One of the most important trait for bloggers to develop: finding the mid way point between delusion and dreams..
Most new bloggers begin blogging from a deluded, unrealistic mindset. Newbies foolishly believe:
Each blogger who believes these lies fails, 100% of the time. I know. I observed these deluded types thousands of times over my decade long blogging career. Heck; I was even one of these unrealistic, fantasy-land, la-la land type bloggers for a while. I wanted to get something for nothing. I believed blogging to be as easy as writing and publishing posts and collecting fat pay checks, fast. Continue reading
What and who you chase, flees.
Befriending people attracts folks to you.
Use blogging honey to attract pro bloggers. Never try to catch bloggers with sticky fly paper.
I recently changed my advertising strategy. After observing how most well-meaning but scared folks badger pros to snag these blogging big fish I established greater clarity, stronger posture and expanded peace of mind. Continue reading
It breaks my heart every single time someone types “why blogs fail” into the google search bar.
Want to know why?
Because that someone is just like you, a dreamer whose hardwork, longsuffering and faith has only been rewarded with disappointment and heartbreak.
You hear that starting a blog is a great way to make money online and so you start one.
6 months of pounding away at it and you come to a series of grim realizations:
“You need a big list to succeed online.”
“You need to dominate Google to succeed online.”
“You need to be connected as a newbie blogger to succeed online”
Every idea above flows to you courtesy of your inner blogging critic. You know him or her; that little annoying voice telling you what you cannot do, what is completely impossible and pretty much anything you should not even bother exploring. Your inner blogging critic handcuffs you. Re-read each statement above. Anyone with a small list – or no list – should expect to fail. Google-fools will fail. Newbie lone wolves? Why bother? Failure awaits.
All limiting beliefs projected by your inner blogging critic are not real. Pure illusions, these ideas are, because fear is not real. Love is real. Possibility is real. Opportunities are real. Inner blogging critics are not even real because the voice of fear speaks illusions or appearances, not truths.
My inner blogging critic told me to watch Netflix and go to bed instead of writing this guest post. My negative voice told me to take it easy because taking care of self beats taking care of others…..according to my inner blogging critic. Every critics lies because critics project fear. I listened to the inner critic chatting and let that fool tire itself out after a few moments. Inner critics give up fast if you simply sit with the chatter versus trusting the chatter. Never listen to its lies. Never trust it. Be with it. Eventually, the chatter ends. Move in the opposite direction. Do the opposite.
The inner blogging critic told me to watch TV and to not write this guest post. I listened, relaxed and the voice tired itself out. I then did the opposite; I did not watch TV and wrote this guest post. Writing the guest post feels a little uncomfortable. I do feel tired. But writing the guest post also feels fun and quite freeing. I know I’m helping you. I know I’m helping myself. We both win. But only because I move in the opposite direction. I did not trust the negative voice because it lied. I honored my truth, wrote the guest post and here we are.
I dream of circling the globe. I also dream of empowering you to follow my lead. Little critical voices do not bother me much because my love of freedom far outweighs by inner critic fueled fears. Dream big dreams. The negative voice becomes silent. Your inner blogging critic intends to keep you comfortable, unhappy and miserable. But dreaming big dreams moves you toward discomfort, happiness and freedom. Silence the inner negative voice. Dream big dreams. Move past the small, whiny voice. Never be pushed around by your problems. Be led by your freeing dreams.
Spend a good deal of time in quiet. Spread awareness around your thoughts and feelings. Most people seem to get bullied by their thoughts and feelings because most people identify with their thoughts and feelings. But you are awareness, attending to your thoughts and feelings. You are not your inner critic but you are awareness observing it chatter and letting it dissolve into who you really are: an unlimited being capable of amazing acts of service.
I enjoy meditating, doing various forms of yoga and power walking daily to spend time in quiet. Being in quiet lets me observe my inner blogging critic versus trusting its limiting lies. I suggest you do the same to silence your inner blogging critic for good.
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Hiring freelancers is a very cost-effective way to scale a business, especially for startups and small businesses.
Not only does the booming gig economy allow companies to hire professionals at competitive rates, freelancers also cost significantly less to maintain than an in-house team. You don’t have to invest in a long-term office space, training, and benefits.
However, hiring freelancers to power your business does come with risks.
Since freelancers are most likely to work remotely, you can leave your organization vulnerable to a number of online threats. This includes digital eavesdropping, malware-infected devices, and unencrypted file sharing.
In this post, we will discuss the top cybersecurity tips that will help you address the risks associated with remote work.