Follow Bloggers with Good Vibes

I enjoy watching documentaries in my spare time.

Recently, I keep coming across documentaries stressing good vibes, truth and honesty. We seek people who give off good vibes in all walks of life because good-vibing people tell us the truth, respect us and treat all people with compassion. Good-feeling thing. High-vibing human beings feel attractive to most folks because most people want to feel good by keeping good company.

The highest vibing human beings are gurus, enlightened beings, genuinely saintly types. But a few levels down, we still have people living worldly lives who emit good vibes and help us greatly.

Blogging-wise, only follow good vibes type bloggers to get accurate advice, to learn how to blog the right way, and to smooth out your blogging ride. For example, any kind, loving blogger stresses core concepts like being generous, being compassionate, creating prolifically and building genuine connections, to succeed online. Follow these types of folks to succeed online the right way.

Ignore bloggers who give off bad vibes because even if said bloggers teach you how to experience worldly success, following their lead eventually leads to nothing but trouble. Bloggers focused heavily on making money, using hype and trying to scare people into giving you money need be avoided because you will go down on their karmic sinking ship. Bad vibes lead to bad results.

Even if bad vibing bloggers appear to be successful in terms of blogging profits, their day of reckoning awaits on the horizon. Time’s up, eventually. Karma catches up to you and to your alleged mentor, too. More than that, a type of cosmic justice balances out these individuals. Perhaps folks appear to get away with lying, misleading readers and manipulating their following but rest assured, everyone pays the blogging piper over the long haul, based on their predominant vibe.

Learn from heart-centered, fun-loving bloggers because these folks tell you the truth. Compassionate pros keep you focused on the fundamentals of creating and connecting. Following good vibes brings more good vibes into your life. Why? Where your attention and energy goes, grows. Give your attention and energy to good vibes and you feel better, more positive and more successful.

Expect to get a nice shot of self-confidence in the process, too, because feeling good makes you believe in yourself a little more deeply. Nice side effect of following fun-loving bloggers.

But ferret out low-vibing bloggers who cross your path from time to time. Spot these folks fast. Release them. Never give bad vibes bloggers attention and energy. Unless you want to walk down their low-vibing path. I had a few run-ins over the years but learned my lesson quickly. Low-vibing bloggers pull you down, fill your mind with limiting beliefs and simply tell you all that is not possible. This crowd also tries to squeeze money out of readers, more often than not. Leave them. Bad news.

Hang with those high vibing bloggers to take on their qualities. Happy pros tell it like it is, too; no need to struggle for years if you follow people who give you honest advice. The best thing is; you do not fall prey to lies, hype and silly strategies leading to years of heartache, struggle and failure.

Kind, high energy bloggers never sugarcoat it because honest people remind you how blogging is years of generous, consistent, persistent work in order to go full time. Why do you think I am writing these words at 3 AM in the morning? I intended to go to bed at midnight but after not falling to sleep I am up and at ‘em again, working, serving, doing my best to help you on your blogging journey.

Blogging is real work but quite fun, too. Wait until you experience the fun and freedom of living your dreams through blogging. All of those long, tough evenings blogging well past midnight becomes well worth it when you are a successful, full time, professional blogger.


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Written by Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author, and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, Life Hack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon and can help you build a successful blog at

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