When you start something new, you will make mistakes and you will always have some failures. If you don’t see your mistakes and you aren’t aware what you are doing wrong, thus you’ll not improve at all. That is exactly what happened to me when I was trying to write a blog in a long time ago. It started well and I got some fast results, but those results did not last very long. I started slowly noticing my mistakes and I started to fix them, but mistakes make me feel like I’m not making any progress.
When you have a feeling that you are not moving forward, that it is really hard to achieve your goals. So I began to lose my motivation and my interest in writing. In retrospect, I should have just continued writing, but in any case, it was a very instructive experience. This is called growth. Your opportunity is to view these mistakes as lessons, adjust accordingly, and continue in the pursuit of your dreams. Just because you fail once doesn’t make you a failure.
Many people think that blogging is easy and you can make a fortune from that. Well its true that you can earn money from blogging, but it’s not as easy as it looks. Blogging need time and effort and if money is your only goal, then you’ll never be rich. The reason why I started writing a blog is not money. Honestly, I haven’t even thought about it. Earning additional income would be nice, but writing a blog is more like a tool to get your thoughts together. Writing your ideas down in this way will lead you to think of the things you are learning and it is quite possible that someone shares your point of view. Finding those people around you will improve your development and this is one big reason why I started to write a blog in the first place.
Good things will happen when you stay positive and you keep on believing yourself. In this modern day’s people do not have the patience to wait. They want the quick result, but they forget the fact that quick results will not last long. For example, I would like to mention my short experience with Twitter. I have never used Twitter before, but it’s a pretty important piece of my social network plans, so I started to use Twitter a couple of weeks ago. When you start something out of nothing, you have to realize that there are two ways of making things work for you. You can do it fast, or you can do it right. During the short research, I found several websites which offered me more followers on my Twitter account. I’m not really getting the point of this option. Of Course, you can quickly get more visibility, but if there is nothing in common between you and your followers, then what’s the point? In any case, I would like to build a community where people feel they are part of something bigger and that they belong there.