Too many creative business owners stretch themselves thin. They try to jump in a number of direction at once. Instead, learn how to align your internal drives with your external goals. There are three key components to consider.
Dreams are helpful when they inspire us to try new things and take meaningful steps we might otherwise not have taken. But dreams, unchecked, can run amok—wreaking havoc on our productive mindset. Let’s look at how to sidestep those big dreams and focus more on the here and now.
Are you tired of following other peoples success online? Small steps lead to great adventures. It doesn’t require a massive leap to begin a side project and start building momentum.
Electricity shocks, sparks, buzzes and crackles. So to does electric content. It grabs your attention, holds it, and runs a charge through you. Put your hand on the wire–feel it vibrate. Let it stimulate your creative output.
If you’re looking to build an audience, then tell your origin story. This is a powerful narrative with meaningful roots. Sharing it naturally leads to creating deep bonds with your engaged fans.
Where and when you do your blog writing will affect your ability to write well. It will either enhance, or stall, your ability to think with clarity, to push your creativity, and to put your best ideas forward on a consistent basis.
A journal is where you explore ideas that you care about without regard for an audience, without interest in trending topics, without worries about revenue or concern for other people’s opinions. Instead, this is your space to play in private.
Capturing your ideas, without loss, requires a systematic approach. Make use of pen to paper. Always have it at arms length. In this article, you’ll learn how to put your paper-based system together—making sure you reliably capturing your ideas.
To write original content with any consistency requires only one thing: a blog writing system—one that pushes your uniqueness, develops your thoughts, and drives your blog forward.