Why can’t you succeed with blogging?

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Why can’t you succeed with blogging?

I know so many bloggers who believe success is pretty much impossible for them.

Perhaps they grew up in a household of employees like me; we were conditioned to work jobs, get paychecks and entrepreneurs seemed like aliens to us. Plus I became conditioned to believed all entrepreneurs were wheeling and dealing, dishonest, scum bag types. Ouch. I had some blocks to clear in order to experience online success.

Why can't you succeed with blogging

But beyond that, I had to genuinely believe blogging success was possible for me. Hell; why not me? Why couldn’t I succeed online? I had some success in life offline. Why would being a pro blogger seem to be too far out of the realm of possibility? Eventually, working through this idea, going pro seemed probable. I soon came to fully believe I’d succeed as a pro. Convincing myself, the journey became easier. Knowing you can and will do something smooths out the path a bit. Less head trash to kick out of your mind. Win-win for both you and your adoring readers.

Why in the heck do you question your ability to become a successful blogger? Why doubt your ability to go pro? All of your limiting beliefs are leased; trade your limiting ideas in at any time. People who told you what you could NOT do had no business being in your life. Or at least, had no business slapping a set of imaginary handcuffs on you. I believe in you. I know you can and will succeed. Even if you doubt yourself, know I can see you succeeding, right now, as I type these words. I am in your court. Meet me halfway. Begin to paint a vision of yourself succeeding wildly online. Allow the dream to seep into your subconscious mind. Let the image overflow through your consciousness. Then get busy generously helping people to make the vivid dream a delicious reality.

Transitioning from being an employee to entrepreneur (click the link to buy the eBook) feels like a quantum leap for most folks who work jobs. Sure it feels scary to make the jump. But it is not so much a jump, but a series of seemingly tiny decisions that lead to something genuinely special. One such decision is choosing to believe going pro is possible, then, probable, then, a certainty. We all cling to some poisonous doubts sometimes but you cannot second guess yourself as often as new virus updates pop up on the news these days. One needs to believe to achieve and succeed.

Stop cutting the legs out from under yourself. Believe in you! Why not you? I am a former fired security guard. If I can go pro and circle the globe you can certainly become a pro blogger no matter where you start. How you begin blogging – as long as you do it the right way – has little bearing, as far as conditions, circumstances and stuff like that. Your vivid vision, delicious dreams, and fun-loving intent matter most.

See this journey through by knowing success is yours. Really; success is your birthright. Believe this simple fact to own your life. Set your course toward a successful blogging journey. Be at peace with yourself and your blogging abilities. Accept your genius. You read these words because this post found you. Did you ever think of it that way? This post found you and these words found you because it’s time for you to step up to the plate and seize your success.

Why not you?

I believe in you.

Bloggers are becoming more successful by the day. Now it’s your turn.

Be all in, guys. Blogging requires a big-time commitment. Especially if you plan to go pro one day. Believing in yourself instantly goads you to be serious about blogging. Put in the time. Work yourself diligently. Self-motivate. Never look outside of yourself for drivers because of the outside changes. But you completely control your inner world. Remember that as your blog toward your dreams.

Why not you?


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

2 thoughts on “Why can’t you succeed with blogging?”

  1. Hi, Ryan
    You are right, blogging needs a committed time period to success. It’s a long run game so you have to presentence.
    Thank you for sharing…

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