Those looking for blogging advice are often told that they need to blog consistently. You need to create a blogging schedule and stick to the schedule.
So, you dutifully go about creating content on a regular basis. You feel great. Until you hit the point where blogging feels like work. Hard work, at that.
I know. Because I’ve been there. And I’m there right now.
There are days I don’t feel like creating blog content. I don’t want to sit in front of my computer.
Yet I do this anyways. I sit down to write a blog post.
Why I Blog
There are many reasons to blog.
You may want to blog:
To help people become a better leader
To share what you know with others who are a few steps behind you
To have fun
To turn a profit