One of the facts that I hope I’ve gotten through to you is that regardless of what you think, we all have the same amount of time in our days. 24 hours. No more, no less.
I preface this blog post with that fact because many people have wondered how I find time to create blog content on a regular basis.
Today, that’s what I want to share with you. My so-called secret to writing blog posts.
There’s no magic bullet that helps me create new blog posts. There’s nothing special you need to do either to be the next blogger who shares regularly.
You’re not the Flash and move at superhuman speed. Luckily that’s not the secret sauce to writing regularly. Though having the power to write at superhuman speed would be awesome! Read more...
I’ve never thought of myself as a leader. I’ve never been a CEO or even a manager. I’ve never coached sports teams, led youth groups or conducted worship services. I’m just a teacher, a writer, and a dreamer. Does this sound familiar?
The majority of us are followers, and chances are good that you’re one of us. Sure, you may aspire to be a leader and perhaps you’re acting as a leader to a specific group of people, a team. But what if I told you there’s a kind of leadership other than face-to-face leadership? What if I said you can develop leadership skills over time that could influence thousands, even millions of people?
You can. And you can do it from your living room, your office, or even the local coffee shop. How? Through the consistent act and art of writing. Read more...
Have you heard of Jeff Goins? If you haven’t, you’re going to!
Jeff has been writing at GoinsWriter.com since 2010 and has a passion for writing. He puts out great content 4 to 5 times a week. And he looks like Luke Skywalker.
You can’t go wrong with this guy! Even Michael Hyatt recommends him!
Jeff Goins has become one of my favorite bloggers.
—Michael Hyatt // Chairman, Thomas Nelson
You Are A Writer by Jeff Goins
Anyways, he recently penned a new book called You Are A Writer (So Start Acting Like One) (affiliate link). If you’re a writer, or think you want to be one, you’re going to enjoy it!
Jeff gives you practical advice on what you need to do to become a writer. And I think you’ll like what he says.
When you read You Are A Writer, you will discover: Read more...