Consuming Content VS Creating Content

Last Update: January 11, 2017

When you start your website, I am sure you started with a lot of different emotions include excitement and wonder but also some fear and uncertainty. Joining WA was one of the smartest things you have done when it comes to getting the information about HOW to create your own on-line business.

We want to learn all we can, and so we spend hours going through the lessons and taking notes and working on our websites, implementing the ideas and proven strategies that are presented here. Add a few books (OK a lot of books) that you have picked up a your favorite book store and soon your limited time is gone.

But some of us forget that unless you have new, exciting, high-quality content, you don’t have a website that will meet your business goals. (Guilty as charged)

If Content is king why do we leave it until the last moment or ignore it?

I will admit that the habit that keeps me from moving forward with my business is that I am a full fledged card carrying member of the Content Consumer Club.

This is the year I become a regular member of the Content Creation Club.

I realize that my content consumption is a habit that I have created and therefore I can change it.

This is one habit I plan to make a regular part of my life. I am working on a plan to schedule the work I do on my websites, so I have time for the content creation I need to get to.

Do you have a habit that is holding you back from becoming the person you want to be? Have you identified it and what can you do to break it?

Leave me a comment about your limiting habit and what you plan to do about it.

Thanks for taking the time to read my Post

God Bless

Percy

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july2014 Premium
Hi Percy, I have not managed to get as much done with the training as I would have hoped because I am busy working. My plan is to get back to my training as soon as I can. At the moment I am trying to finish off a few bits for work. When this is complete, I want to dedicate more of my time to completing the training as practice makes perfect. I don't want to set myself goals. I will just do things as time permits knowing that I am working towards a more longer term goal. I will, of course, keep you informed of my progress, and thank you for asking. Tracey
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barrp Premium
Girl you are singing my song. I also have a full time job and I'm salaried which really means that you work more than 40 hours per week and you don't get extra pay.

I also have outside interests that consume 3 nights a week. I have had to schedule time to work on my websites and WA. I find if I don't schedule it doesn't happen.

Keep at this Tracy, the rewards are to high to not go for it and the cost of failure is to expensive to pay.

I look forward to hearing about your progress.

Remember that even turtles win races.

Percy
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july2014 Premium
Failure is not an option. Keep plugging away at this thing. I'm expressing to you, the same sentiments that I state to my other WA, followers, if it gets too technical get someone who can solve it. Don't let that be a reason to give up ! Thanks for your emotional warmth and expression of kind words, tracey
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july2014 Premium
Hi, I am used to taking on too much. I am now realising that I need to say 'no' before overloading myself with work as there are only so many hours in a day. Tracey
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barrp Premium
Tracy

Saying "NO" which is a complete sentence by the way, will do a lot to change the time issue. We all need to do more about properly allocating of our time.

Your challenge, and mine, is to say Yes to the things that will move us forward and not to say Yes to the easy things. By saying No to the good things we have time to say Yes the the best things.

I have found that it get easier the more time you practice this habit

I'd love to hear how your doing on this. Drop me a line with a update

Percy
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AlexEvans Premium
The limiting habit is trying to do too much need to get more organised and say no more.
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barrp Premium
Alexander

Age old problem of to much to do and not enough time. but we never have enough time

Percy
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MKearns Premium
True. the difference between a library and a writing session!
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barrp Premium
So true. I'd much rather read for a hour than write for a hour. Writing can be hard work depending on the topic and sometimes in frustration I just pick up a book and escape.

Percy
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MPollock Premium
Great post, thanks, buddy.
At this moment my worst habit is WA.
Enjoying it to much.
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barrp Premium
I can agree. I get reading and the gears start turning and before you know it I have gone down some rabbit hole and although it is usually interesting it doesn't produce anything.
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MPollock Premium
That is a problem we run into.
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