There will always be someone to tell you that you can’t do it.
I’m not saying that they’re lying, I think that they could just miss some fact that would let you do it.
Fact are base on data that we gather. Most people think that because they read about something in the newspaper that it is a fact. In reality, most of things you find in a newspaper are set up realities. They take an information and rearrange it so it will be sensational. It’s still reality, but presented in a way that is ‘catching’ to most people. So, if you listen to those people, you could end up missing a chance to do something that would end up working.
Don’t base your choice of action only on what others tell you. Take the data, verify it on your own. And use only what you feel good about. You can use it to modify what you are planning, but don’t end up quitting.
Nothing great has ever been created from quitting.
If you really want to take advice, choose people who would have something to lose by giving you a bad advice.
People who don’t have any interest in your success will give you advice that doesn’t implicate them. They don’t care much about your success, so they won’t take much time to give you the best advice they can. Most of the time, they’ll give you something they got from someone else. Not something they tested themselves.
Whatever you post, it’s all from you. Even if you repost someone else’s post, it’s your choice, so it’s all from you.
How can we find ways to be interesting while keeping some stuff personal?
First, there’s a need to be true. Truth in what you think and believe is the first thing you need to be as you blog.
Second, you don’t need to impose your belief. What you believe will always come out of your post. If you stay away from being judgmental in your blog, things will be easier for you. **Warning: there’s a lot of people online who are searching for reason to confront. They’re searching for anything that will give them the opportunity to fight. Most of the time, it’s useless to respond to them. They don’t care who’s right or wrong, they only want to confront and fight.
Third, don’t post anything without taking the time to do a second or a third verification. If you take the time to read and adjust your post, you’ll end up with post that are nice to read and set up to present your idea in a clear and simple way.
Fourth, you don’t need to be perfect. Yes, do your best. But the main reason to have a blog is to post. So, if you find yourself stuck in front of a post, the best choice is always to post instead of not posting. And remember, you can still modify your post later if there’s a major error in it.
Fifth, if you are in a high rush of writing. Post something and keep the rest for another day when you don’t feel like writing that much. You should create post that are easy to read in less than 5 minutes. Why? Because our world is about short info. Yes, there’s still a lot of people that are reading long text, but the majority don’t. So, if you want to reach large audience, find a way to mix your long post into short ones.
In the blogging world, you are the brand. People will identify your post to you. They will identify your personality to your post. Don’t expect to hide anything. It will come out.
Be yourself and create some good stuff online. Many people underestimate the effect they have with their post. If you keep on posting good stuff, the right people will find your blog and they’ll be touch.
Why would you fight if you have nothing to lose or gain?
“Peace is the beauty of life. It is sunshine. It is the smile of a child, the love of a mother, the joy of a father, the togetherness of a family. It is the advancement of man, the victory of a just cause, the triumph of truth.”
– Menachem Begin
We’re all connected. What you do to others, you do to yourself.
What you give, you get.
The pain you give to others, you give to yourself.
Peace is simple.
Why isn’t it a reality for every people in this universe?
Would you like for peace to be a reality for every people?