I'm Doing What I Was Asked To Do.Oh Boy.
We've been asked to blog as part of our training. So now what? It's not that I'm shy. Anyone who knows me would laugh at that concept. Maybe it's a little nervousness? I'm not really sure what to say.
A few days back I read Sean Greentree's blog on upping our game with blogging. I had to giggle when I read it because it sounded like something I'd write. Like him, I think I'd prefer to blog spontaneously, when I feel really inspired about something.
I know it's an important practice for all of us. It's helps us improve our writing abilities and allows members to get a peek at who we really are. It's also important for sharing new skills, giving encouragement, and asking for help.
Where Has My Time Gone?
I guess I've been working so hard on my new business that I haven't taken the time to blog. I do enjoy reading other people's blogs, especially the one's offering advice or new techniques I could use. My inbox is inundated with emails everyday and I have to admit, I can't read them all. I tend to pick and choose the ones that benefit me. No offence to those who write many. I just don't have the time to get to them all.
When I blog, I think I would like to give out valuable insights or tutorials and such. But not knowing enough yet, I certainly don't want to give out any erroneous information.
So where does that leave me? I don't struggle like this when I write my posts, haha.
My Experience Here At Wealthy Affiliate
Well what I can say is that I've had such a great experience here at Wealthy Affiliate. Kyle has always been there for me when I ask for help. I haven't chatted with Carson yet though. Jay always makes me laugh when watching his videos. The community is amazingly friendly and helpful. The training is above par. I could go on and on.
I've made some great connections with a handful of people as we help each other out. It's nice to say I have friends around the world now.
As I learn more and more, I hope to offer my help where ever needed. Right now I love to leave comments, welcome new members, and give encouragement whenever I can. I know that's meant a lot to me as a beginner. Having experienced members show you patience and kindness, over tasks that are second nature to them, is very much appreciated.
Onward and Upward
So I carry on with my training! I'm sure it will never end. As things change we need to change with them or be left behind. I encourage all of you to continually go back and review your training. It's amazing to me how much more I will pick up, or realize I was nudged off track a little.
Wishing you all great success!