Sunnier Blogging Days Are Ahead If You Blog the Right Way

Tough blogging times feel permanent, right?

Slamming into obstacles feels overpowering. Plus low or no traffic and virtually no blogging profits deflate even the most resolute bloggers.

Sunnier blogging days are ahead if you shift your intent. Everything is on you. Everything is your choice. Everything is your intent.

Blog mainly for fun. Enjoy the blogging process. Be generous. Be comfortable with being uncomfortable. Trust yourself. Trust the blogging process. Things will get better. Blogging outlooks improve but you need to shift your energy to blog on the right path.

Way too many bloggers blog the wrong way and expect things to get better. Imagine if you blog heavily attached to outcomes. Profits drive you. Traffic drives you. Being popular drives you. Bad news. Blogging for 18 hours daily, 7 days weekly, 365 days a year leads to failure because you will not generously, calmly and confidently work the blogging process persistently enough to go pro.

Be honest with yourself. Take your blogging time in observing yourself, and how you really blog. Blogging improves if you improve how you blog. Does that make sense? Sunnier blogging days await if you blog mainly for fun, generously help people, trust yourself, know that blogging success is yours and delay your gratification.

Bloggers tend to blog the wrong way and expect to see successful results. Success only finds bloggers who blog with the right intent. Allow that idea to seep deeply into your mind. Blog the right way for a persistent period of time. Relax. Do not panic. Fall in love with the blogging process. Allow the results to take care of themselves.

Success finds generous, patient, prospering bloggers.

Traffic, profits and professional blogging days await you but before going pro you need to pass the generosity and persistence tests. Basically, you help people for free for a long time – while opening multiple streams of income – to gain enough skills, exposure and credibility to make enough money to go pro. This time varies between bloggers. But almost all pros blog for 1000’s of hours before becoming a professional.

Be patient. Be persistent. Be generous. Do not despair! Brighter blogging days are on the horizon. Do not give up. I know blogging feels frustrating sometimes. Never allow a bad day or a rough moment to blind you from the fact that things will get better as you blog better. Things will improve as you improve. Things flow in a more successful direction if you patiently work to become a more successful blogger.

Fun, freedom and your dream life await you after you put in the time. More passive traffic and profits await you. Everything comes together quite easily if you put in the blogging legwork for a sustained period of time, spanning years of your life. But you will experience brighter blogging days even during your new amateur blogging days.

Perhaps your first blog comment waits around the cyber corner. Your first client will hire you, as will your first customer buy your eBook. All firsts await you. Consistent traffic awaits struggling veteran bloggers, as does persistent profits.

But the sunnier days come to pass based on your decision to begin blogging the right way, now. Everything changes the moment you decide to blog generously, intelligently and effectively. That is on you, 100% of the time.

Blog the right way. See the blogging journey through. Cultivate hope. Things will improve as you improve yourself, blog mainly for fun and remain calm, confident and trusting as your blogging stats slowly but steadily grow.

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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 bloggingfromparadise.com

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