I love how simple yet articulated this article is put across to the blogosphere community. I totally agree with pratdrx and if you love this post, check out many others through this website. 

Enjoy!


 

Blogging is not just a hobby or profession. It’s a life-changing experience. In today’s email, I want to share the 9 ways blogging can change your life.

1. It Boosts Your Confidence

After writing and publishing few posts, you’ll see a definitive change in your confidence level. You’ll be more confident about you, your skills, and your ability to think clearly and coherently. You’ll be more confident about taking up challenges or facing problems.

Blogging is your energy drink.

2. You’ll Become A Better Communicator

Your communication skills will improve. As you write more, your sentence structures and grammar skills will get sharpened, and it will also improve your oral communications. You’ll master how to engage and persuade people through communication. You’ll start writing better emails.

3. You Can Develop Relationships with People You’ve Always Admired

After I started blogging, I was able to connect with people I previously admired. I developed relationships with top bloggers, influencers, and media people. Your network is your most valuable asset you could create, and blogging will help you to build your network.

4. Blogging Will Develop Productive Habits

Blogging will create discipline in you.

It’ll make your more productive because you’ll learn to plan better. Once you start blogging regularly, you’ll see it changes your daily routines, the way you do things, and the way you see things. All these changes together will make you more productive person.

After I started blogging, I was able to do more in less time. I completed more tasks than before and managed to make the most of my day.

5. It’ll Make You an Expert

No matter where you are in your life, you can always learn more.

Blogging helps you to think about things in greater detail and structure your thoughts logically. And this helps you to identify the gaps in your knowledge and fill them with further learning.

As you focus on a particular topic for your blog, you will develop a deeper understanding of that subject. You will become better and more knowledgeable.

Then people will start to notice your contributions and recognize you as an expert on that topic.

6. You Can Build a Business

Blogging opens up an opportunity to build a business.

When you have a tribe – people who follow you and who want more from you, it’ll allow you to build a business.

You can publish a course or a book or run an event or a mastermind. You’ll be able to turn your knowledge and the expertise into a business. You can either live a laptop lifestyle or a build a real business giving job opportunity to several people.

As you know, blogging allowed me to live both ways. I enjoyed the laptop lifestyle, and now I’m building a business employing several people.

7. It Keeps Your Mind Active

One of the biggest problems we face in professional life is we stop learning and thinking at a certain point. We keep doing the same tasks again and again to the extent it becomes mechanical and puts the mind in an idle stage.

But, blogging can change it.

Once you start blogging, you’ll always be searching for the new experiences, information, and story you can write about. And this seeker mindset will keep your mind active. There’ll never be a dull moment.

8. You Can Tell Your Story

We all have a story we want to tell the world.

Blogging gives you the perfect platform to tell your story. You can tell the world about your views, your achievements, and your stories.

9. You Can Make a Difference

This is the biggest one for me.

And I know all of you have the desire to make a difference somewhere in your mind.

You have knowledge and life experience that can benefit others, improve their lives.

Blogging gives you a fantastic opportunity to impart your knowledge and experience to others and make a difference in their life, whether you know them or not!

Isn’t it awesome?

Now, it’s your turn.

If you’re already into blogging, tell me how it changed your life.


 

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10 replies on “Guest Post: 9 Reasons why do you start blogging

  1. Thanks Kally, excellent share

    “You can make a difference”

    What a beautifully expressed profound thought.

    One of the truly great joys in life is being able to assist someone in their life journey. And in doing so we grow; we too benefit.

    God Bless
    Patrick

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