Behind every blog is a face. But imagining the human side can be hard. There are so many great bloggers out there that look like they are superhuman. Inspiring people who do amazing things every day.
But I am not one of those. Still, I wanted to share some things with you, so you can see the human behind the blog.
So I thought I would share some things with you today.
(And if you are curious where I have been read till the end!)
If you are feeling busy all the time but you are not getting that much done, it is a sign that you need to take a look at your productivity. Measuring this, however, can be tricky. But if you know productive you have been, it can really put your day in perspective.
What is being productive? How can I know how productive I am. And how do I spend my time better?
What are some things we can learn from successful artists? Learning from people who have walked the path is a great way to get insight in what leads to success.
Just to be clear; I am not just talking about the traditionally successful artist. A lot has changed in the ways artist make a living from their passions. The internet has given us many different ways in which artists can make money and grow a following.
These are things I have learned from some of my favourite artists online, that make their living from art in one way or another.
As a blogger or business owner, you are probably writing a lot. Blog posts, descriptions, copywriting and social media are all things that need to be written. But what is the best way to write them? Are you a pen and paper kind of person or do you prefer to set your thoughts right on the screen?
Today I wanted to explore if any of the two is better then the other. Do people who write on the computer a secret advantage?
Of course, as a blogger, you always end up typing in your posts. But this is mostly to see if there is a benefit to writing on paper first.
(Hint; I wrote this post on paper first.)
Goal setting is a tool that many business owners and bloggers daily use to grow and create. While some people achieve new goals daily, some of us (like me) are great with coming up with goals. But actually achieving them is not my forte.
Example a. ; At the end of last year, I made an editor calendar for this blog that was well balanced and thought out. We are nine days into the new year and I already lost it. And that while it was actually one of my goals to be more organized.