Last Update: Apr 8, 2020
Do you ever wonder how some people have it all together. Their website looks amazing, content is great, pics look so personal and they have traffic.
I know that those people have been around for a long time or have worked in graphic design.
Inspite of all this the only king/queen is content. The only way to get good at something is to do it a lot and I mean a lot. Just dabbling here and there will always be half-hearted.
I have written over 300 posts here and as a result my writing has improved out of bounds. I can have conversational blogs which get interaction. My blogs are mainly tongue in cheek. I like to make people laugh.
But, you know, it wasn't always like that.
Today I woke up and thought, I must write a post for procrastinators. I'm one!
I sit at my computer and think, what should I write about? I know, procrastinators.
Then I come to the realisation that I haven't had a cup of coffee or my morning toast and then there's a mess I have to clean up, oh, and what about the friends I need to call.
The excuses I can make for not doing something is endless. I will feel better when I've done all those other things. My mind will be clear and I will write a better blog. HAH!!
That's a joke, those tasks are there every day and completing them doesn't get me any closer to writing a post.
What to do?
Just write and write and write and write. It's the only way. No point in having a website if you only work on it once in a while.
So...if you have a hard time writing, I created a tutorial just for you;
Yep, it might be just what you need to get you inspired or re-inspired.
There are many ways to write and I cover some of them in this training.
So get out there and get it done.