Do you believe you will become a blogging success?
That you will grow your blogging business in the months to come?
Or that you can use blogging to grow your business or profession?
You can have an awesome dream for your blogging business.
Then you can meticulously follow my Achiever Guide for bloggers.
But after all that, do you believe you will become a blogging success?
If you’ve been at it for a while and are not getting the results you want… do you still believe?
But do you REALLY believe you will become a blogging success?
Here’s the thing about making your dreams and actions actually lead to your success.
Most important… You have to really believe that you’ll be a successful blogger.
It’s one thing to dream about being a blogger…
and take all the actions that you need to.
But do you really believe it?
Do you have faith in the fact that your dreams and your actions will come to fruition?
This is something I used to struggle with when I was first doing visualizations and affirmations.
It’s one thing to do that positive self-talk with affirmations like “I am a successful blogger.”
And then every day I would wake up and do the actions that I trusted would lead to my success.
But you see, I really did believe it would happen.
Do you really have faith that it will happen?
And if you don’t, how do you get that faith?
Well the truth is, you can’t force yourself to get the confidence and faith required for your dreams to come true.
You can’t just tell yourself you have faith if you really don’t have it.
What you need is to find a source of your faith
The source of your faith
Your faith can power you through to success against all odds.
So, what is the source of your faith?
It might be therapy, or meditation, or your religion or belief system.
Whatever the source of your faith is, you must call upon it.
Don’t think you can do this “yourself.”
You need to call upon your therapeutic tools, self development enlightenment, higher power, divine source or whatever you refer to as your spiritual guide.
Make your success a priority
Know that you’re working on something very important to yourself.
Being a successful blogger is not casual.
It’s not something that’s just going to happen.
You know you have to have a vision, and you have to do the work.
But you also must maintain your faith every step of the way, in full confidence and belief that it really will bring about your blogging success.
After all your best efforts, just let it happen
When I say that you can’t force your faith to kick in, I really mean that you cannot force it.
In fact, you have to do just the opposite.
You have to just let it happen.
Let go of your anxiety about success.
Just have fun.
And be yourself.
Successful blogging is based on helping others
Most of all, try to help other people through whatever your blog’s mission is.
If your blog is about hurricane preparation, then gather the best information you can to help people prepare for a hurricane.
Or, if it’s about fashion, research high and low to offer your readers the best fashion tips that can really show them ways to dress up their act.
You get the point.
Use your blog to inform and help your readers.
That’s why they visit your site.
When you try to help other people, then you forget about yourself.
You let go of your personal ambition.
And you let go of your anxiety about making money, attaining a higher domain authority, or whatever it is that you find yourself striving to achieve.
But striving is not the same as achieving.
Continue to dream your Big Dream for blogging success.
Put it into action consistently.
Then just let it go.
Stop wondering if you’re doing the right thing.
You already decided on the thing to do… now just keep doing it.
Have absolute faith that all this will result in you being a successful blogger.
Focus not on your success each day, but on how much you were able to help people with your blog.
What did you do today on your blog?
Is it going to be valuable to other people in your niche and in your audience?
Focus on that.
And focus on how it benefits others.
In other words, focus on the success and well-being of your audience and your readers.
Not on your own achievements.
Forget about how much traffic you have, or how many Facebook “likes” you’ve reached.
Don’t even look at the success other bloggers are having.
It doesn’t matter how well your competition is doing.
Nor does it matter if they’re making more money than you, producing more videos or building a bigger Twitter following.
You should only be concerned that you are doing what you need to do.
And that in so doing, you are helping people along the way.
You can do this when you have faith that good results will come as a result of all that you are doing.
Do you believe you will become a blogging success?
So, will you be a successful blogger?
If you have faith in yourself and in your ability, then you can be.
But what if you lose that faith?
What if you’ve been working so hard, and doing so many things that you thought would work… but nothing seems to be getting you good results?
Well, this might be a time when you have to reassess, or even reboot your business.
So, reconsider your business model.
Maybe put it on a new path altogether.
Or maybe just make some substantial changes to certain parts of your business model.
This is something you should always reconsider as you go along.
You should hire a blogging coach or consultant to help you navigate the process.
Now, once you’ve rebooted your business or you’re on a new path altogether, here’s what you need to do.
Let go of the anxiety and expectations that come with typical goal-seeking stuff.
Just Let Go.
Dream your dream.
Do what you have do in order to build your blogging business.
Give it time to happen.
And have the faith that it will.
Always keep in mind that believing is seeing.
When you really believe in what you’re doing, then you will start to see the results you want.
That’s when you will become a blogging success.
Leave me a comment and tell me how you’re doing with your blogging business.
And tell me… Do you believe you will become a blogging success?
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