What Blogging Fears Do You Sweep Under the Rug?

Currently, a sickness looks to be affecting the world adversely.

But unfortunately, even though every government around the globe seems to be doing the best they can, some seem to be ignoring far worse, more devastating problems caused by keeping the sickness under control.

For example, one of my favorite countries has kept disease numbers low but people are beginning to starve, lose all of their money and other crippling problems continue to evolve, turning the nation into a nightmare.

That’s the thing about fear; if you do not face it head on, fear finds hundreds of other outlets through which fear finds you. Appear to control a sickness by separating human beings and closing down businesses and folks go broke, lose all of their money, get depressed, turn to alcohol and drugs, starve and some even end their lives.

Sweeping blogging fears under the rug causes less devastating affects but certainly cripples your blogging campaign. Imagine if you deeply fear guest posting. Being terrified to fail, or to be criticized, or to waste your time, after your guest post gets turned down, you avoid guest posting, like the plague. Phew. Good thing you avoided that fear. But after sweeping that blogging fear under the rug, your traffic stalls, your profits remain at zero for 6 months and nobody has reached out to you about hiring you in the past 3 months.

Congratulate yourself. You avoided one fear but created multiple new fears to face, including the fear of poverty. Duck one fear; 10 fears come to visit you, soon. Duck one fear, 20 blogging problems come to visit you, quickly. Never, ever make it a habit to duck blogging fears because every fear you refuse to face grows into nightmarish struggles, failure and eventual quitting.

Edge into blogging fears. Do not sweep ‘em under the rug. Even though it feels scary to feel fear, you need to face these energies in order to be free of the fears. Freeing yourself of fears allows you to do the thing you feared doing. Doing the thing you feared doing allows you to experience greater blogging success.

Imagine if you feared guest posting. So you guest post, even though it feels scary. Guest posting instantly increases your traffic. Profits grow over the next few weeks of guest posting too as your increased exposure and credibility reap sweet returns. What made the difference? You faced, felt and released deep blogging fears versus sweeping these fears under the rug and watching your aversion multiply the fear into 10, 30 or 50 other blogging fears and problems.

Fear finds you if you avoid fear. Fear leaves you if you face fear.

Today is the day to list every deep blogging fear you swept under the rug over the past few months or years. Be honest with yourself. Do not delude yourself into believing you are some fearless blogger. We all have blogging fears. I have blogging fears. But I do my best to lean into these energies in order to feel and release fears so I can proceed from a more fearless, prospering, abundant vibe.

I also dealt with more than enough blogging problems over the years. I’d rather reduce these issues to nil versus having to fight a series of blogging problems each and every day.


I learned a series of successful blogging lessons after taking a flight around the world. I fly from NYC to Bali quite regularly as my jump-off point in Southeast Asia.

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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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