This post may contain affiliate links which may give us a commission at no additional cost to you. As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases.
Finding your “why” can be a very important task. Once you know why you blog it’s much easier to set goals and stay motivated. Today’s blogger shares some great starting points for uncovering your “why”.
Finding Your “Why”: Part One
Finding your “why” is a concept I had not heard of before I joined Thirty One and began my side hustle as a bag lady. After my first month as an independent consultant, however, it started to click and I realized that this idea is something we can use in any phase of life.
Think of it like a child, asking “why” over and over like a broken record (does anyone even really know what that phrase means anymore in today’s all digital world??? Ha!). If you are always questioning yourself with the annoying “why”, you’ll eventually have your full business plan already written down in your head.
Read the full post here: Finding Your “Why”: Part One
- How To Create a Custom Watermark in PicMonkey - Feb 28, 2018
- SEO Blogger Tools of the Trade - Feb 23, 2018
- 5 Vlogging Tips for Beginners - Feb 16, 2018
- How to Get Your First 100 Email Subscribers in 30 Days or Less - Feb 14, 2018
- 5 Ways to Promote Your Blog - Feb 9, 2018
- IFTTT for Bloggers: 5 Time-Saving Ideas - Jan 31, 2018
- Why I Quit Making New Year’s Resolutions to Explore Possibilities Instead - Jan 26, 2018
- Make Your Posts Pinteresting Using PicMonkey - Jan 24, 2018
- Social Media Influence - Jan 19, 2018
- 5 Tips to Get More Followers and Page Views - Jan 17, 2018
- 8 Great WordPress Plugins for Beginning Bloggers - Jan 12, 2018
- How to Organize Your Pinterest Boards - Jan 10, 2018
- The Best Blogging Advice I Ever Gave - Jan 5, 2018
- Best Free Valentine’s Day Fonts - Jan 3, 2018
- Top 10 Blogging Tips for NEW Bloggers - Dec 29, 2017