How tired are you of seeing headlines promising riches and wealth with blogging, only to find the same old tired platitudes and outdated information? How often have you heard lies by the blogging gurus who promise success but only offer fluff?
While you hustled away at your 9–5 and came home to a soggy TV dinner and Netflix, influencers were making billions. Influencer Marketing Hub says the influencer economy had grown from a $1.7 billion industry in 2016 to around $6.5 billion in 2019.
Facebook has denied allegations of privacy violations, and as much as we want to believe they are spying on us, there is no way yet to prove it. But they are tracking us and there is a way to make it stop.
What we need is a lot more people respecting one another. We need people to stop being so outraged and allowing it to make us treat each other like garbage.
Putting all three together – optimism, big thinking, taking action – will make you successful, whatever your definition of success happens to be or whatever obstacles you have to overcome to get there.
I owe it to the guy who suffered through years of pain and anguish. I push myself both because 30-year-old me demands it, and because I want a better life for my family. If I drive myself hard enough and I can afford to travel the world, you can imagine that my family would be well-taken-care-of as well.
From December of 2013 to June of 2014, I wrote down what I couldn’t tell anyone else and published the words in a blog under a pseudonym. Most of it was day-to-day angst, but a few things caught my eye as I scrolled through the posts.
I am not going to mention any names, to protect the innocent, but you know who you are and I hope you keep filling my life with joy and laughter
Can the advent of a technological singularity create solutions that will make poor mental health a thing of the past?
How many blogs have you built, filled with content, and monetized, only to stop publishing a few months later? You start with your hair on fire, but life gets in the way, and before long, the blog seems like the last thing you want to deal with. Most of us have a problem with follow-through. Solve it, and you will see writing success