Be a Blogging Force for Good

Blogging gives you a blessed opportunity to be a force for good in people’s lives.

What are you doing with that opportunity? Anybody can have a modicum of success and coast. Sure it feels comfortable to make some dough, relax, and put your feet up on the table. Hey; you have every right to do that. Who am I to judge? But you and I have the blessed opportunity to actually be a blogging force for good. Not only can we publish content, create and connect, we also can do good by spreading sweet, good karma to our fellow human beings. I intend to embody this mindset every day on waking because I think about writing and publishing 4-5 guest posts daily, in addition to publishing multiple posts on my blog.

Be a Blogging Force for Good

Being a force for good feels tiring sometimes. Being up to 3 AM blogging ain’t always a picnic but helping folks, empowering bloggers, and inspiring readers feel good. All you need to do is to help people and fellow bloggers in as many ways as possible. Vishwajeet has been a force for good by generously inviting me to guest post on his blog. I also feel grateful he allows me to promote my eBooks through his blog. But that’s just for me; he is a force for good and has been for years by commenting genuinely on blogs, by promoting other bloggers on social media and by publishing top-shelf, helpful content, here. Dude is a star of stars and his blogging star shall shine more brightly, all because he is a genuine force for good.

Avoid Bad

Never get caught up in forces for bad or evil. Fear fuels these folks to do as they do. Develop compassion for them but never get all tangled up in their lower energy webs because when they pull you into their negative web, lower energy folks rent space in your mind. Think about it for a second; worrying about some negative person for even a split second rent out space in your mind for that 1 split second, devoting your precious mental estate to lower energies. Kick these folks out of your noodle. Get back to helping people. Be a blogging force for good, to better help readers, to serve humanity, and to actually enjoy the ride, too.

Big Bucks But Depressed

I recall observing a few internet marketers reaching the coveted 6 figure earning mark for a year and feeling horribly depressed. Ego sells out for money sometimes by sacrificing happiness, peace of mind, and flat out, doing good. Never chase money solely for monetary ends because depression follows. Human beings never do something solely for money and feel good in the process because things give a temporary surge of excitement, but no happiness.

Helping humans, following your passion, and being a bonafide force for good is the only way to be genuinely happy in life, so be that person. By a dynamic force in the world. Help people freely through your blog. Be an energetic dynamo. Consider meditating, doing Kriya yoga, and doing yin yoga to move fear-energies along, making room for love-energies. All of my blogging happiness, peace of mind, and calm springs from intending to be a blogging force for good, amid the appearances of struggle, failure, and quitting. 

Be a blogging force for good. Start today. We could use ya’ to be a bright blogging light for the world.


Being a blogging force for good feels uncomfortable at first because overcoming energetic momentum involves facing fears. Let’s face it; most people learn to think inward about themselves versus thinking outward about others. But thinking like a successful blogger requires a big mindset shift. How can you do that? 

I wrote an eBook to help you. Buy it here:

Creating the Mindset of a Successful Blogger

by Ryan Biddulph
Ryan Biddulph inspires you with his courses, 100 plus eBooks, audio books and blog at Blogging From Paradise.

2 thoughts on “Be a Blogging Force for Good”

  1. Hey Ryan,

    Thanks for the motivating post. It is so true that one loses happiness when they start to chase money blindly. But, I have seen so far all these 6 figure earnings are tempting people to go towards it. Just because someone has achieved we feel the urge to do the same.

    Blogging is not the same when I started 4 years back. Nowadays, I see more and more new bloggers only starting a blog to earn an income. With this earning thirst, they ignore the joy and happiness of blogging. I have been into the trap in the past and it took a lot of time for me to realize it.

    But I am still happy to see many veteran bloggers continue to write with passion rather than for monetization 🙂

    Nirmal Kumar.

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