The biggest issue bloggers face is the dreaded about page! We know we need one, but the idea of writing about yourself makes you shutter with fear.
What is the first page you visit on a new website? My guess, it’s the about page. I find a lot of bloggers don’t put the time or attention into creating a proper it’s all about me page.
Let me ask you this question, do you want to be considered an expert in your field? By developing the habit of reading a book a month, you can become an international expert and a top earner.
In today’s episode, we’re diving into the topic of reading and why you should read at least 1 hour every day. But the reality, most people in America don’t read and nearly 1/4 of all adults have not read a book in the past year. We’re also going back into the ABC’s of Blogging. Today’s letter, “G”!
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Why do we tell stories? I suppose it’s to fulfill some need to entertain or enlighten someone. Maybe it’s about broadening someone’s ideas or changing their ideas and belief system. But one thing is certain, as writers, our job is to tell stories.
Life is filled with adventure and romance. It has its ups and downs like a rollercoaster. But I often wonder, why do so many people write and yet not say anything that will change the course of someone’s life? Isn’t that the purpose of story–to change a life one word at a time?
When you think of the new year, what do you normally think? New years resolutions. We all try them, but when the rubber meets the road, we find ourselves giving up after a couple weeks.
In today’s episode, I want to unpack what it takes to write down our goals and how to see them come to fruition. I’m going to give you the exact template I use to write down my yearly goals and how I work to accomplish them by years end.
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Christmas is around the corner. People are wrapping gifts, lighting the Christmas tree and decorating cookies for Christmas Day. But what happens when the reason for Christmas dissipates?
We find the same when it comes to blogs. People build their site, get content ready and when it’s time to continue week after week giving, they give up and stop. In today’s episode, I want to walk you through the reason for blogging, why it’s not about the money and why we should be giving more and more content for free.
Happy Thanksgiving! This is the time we are grateful for everything we have. Our spouse, children, family, job and the list goes on. But this Thanksgiving we’re giving thanks for where we are at in our online endeavors.
Whether you’ve just started your blog, or you’ve been blogging for quite some time, there’s something we can find to be thankful for. In today’s episode, I’m going to walk you through my personal journey of blogging and podcasting, as I look back through the years on what I’ve accomplished. My hope is that my journey will help you navigate the blogging waters.
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Everyone desires to write a book. Few ever accomplish the task. Yet, blogging is one of the best ways to begin writing your book.
Writing a book doesn’t have to be rocket science, but so many make it difficult and thus give up on the project altogether. I have the perfect way for you to begin writing your book, and these simple steps will help you get there.
Blogging is something I love to do. But I’ve had conversations with people asking me, why they should start a blog.
In today’s episode I want to walk you through 5 reasons I’ve come up with for why blogging is so important today. If we want to change lives, we need to let our voice be heard. Blogging does just that.
Everyone encounters fear at one point in their life, or another. But when it comes to writing, fear can hold you back from making a difference in someone’s life.
Writing gives us a chance to face our problems head on. That proverbial blank page, idea or desire to write, but not wanting to step into the unknown can be debilitating. There’s nothing wrong with fear. It’s neither good or bad. One thing for sure, we can harness it and succeed.
As a writer and blogger I have to be selective of the tools I use to conduct my business. With sermons, a podcast, this blog and books I need a tool that will help me get the job done. Yet, sometimes tools simply get in the way and out of control.
In today’s episode I want give you 5 reasons I have switched to using Evernote for all my blogging. I knew I needed an app that would change how I write. Basically, I just wanted to write my posts whenever and where ever. With Word it’s not easy. With DeskPM it’s impossible and Scrivener again, impossible.
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