Ask yourself this question. Wait for honest answers. Being straight with yourself suggests; you, and you alone, are at the root cause of your blogging struggles. Nobody can stop you from blogging consistently save your fears. Peep your limiting beliefs. What limits you? Limiters are in mind. Limiters see their creator in you. Yes you. You prevent yourself from blogging consistently because the thoughts and feelings in mind serve as the only things that stop you from being a diligent, clockwork-type, robotic-efficient blogger.
I could make 101 excuses daily not to blog but I just blog. Yesterday serves as a prime example. My Chromebook did not charge past 1%. I spent an hour researching the problem. I did what I had to do, problem-solving, testing and tweaking. I found a solution and fixed the error. I could have chosen to not blog a few times last evening because the problem put me back a few hours. But I stayed up late to blog because if you blog persistently and consistently you succeed. Plain and simple. I also am pretty aware of limiting beliefs, fears and mental blocks in mind. My mental blocks seem to arise a little now because I see my battery seems to be struggling to charge again. Sure I have a backup laptop in addition to this Chromebook but I see my mind racing forward to negative scenarios.
Who cares? Nobody or no thing stops me from blogging consistently, save my fears and negative thought patterns. I listen, observe and proceed. I suggest doing the same thing.
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Imagine how many limiting beliefs I needed to overcome in order to become a full time blogger? Quite a few. Going full time requires consistency, persistence and a doggedness rare in blogging. Listen to your thoughts and feelings to unearth any willingness to give up quickly and easily. No blogger quits easily until you acquire limiting beliefs from folks as a little kid. Ferret out these negative ideas. Release lack of consistency. Replace with dogged persistence and consistency to see the blogging journey through. I keep at blogging by developing an intimate relationship with my mind, including the mind’s thoughts and feelings. Again; I observe my mind dwelling on battery issues again. Why fiddle around with battery issues when I can write and publish this post quickly? I need be consistent – not distracted – to see the journey through by helping you and by helping myself.
Success and failure begin in mind. Start with your core beliefs about life and blogging. Do you see yourself as lazy? Do you lack consistency in all you do? Do you secretly believe you will fail anyway? Find these limiters and release these fears. Develop a consistent, persistent blogger nature by rooting out fears strangling your dogged, determined nature. Blogging becomes easier if you work on the energies in your mind. No thing can stop your daily blogging. Nobody can stop your daily blogging. Only you can stop your daily blogging. So…why stop blogging?
Work on your dominant thoughts and feelings. Be persistent and consistent by facing, feeling and releasing negative thought patterns you accepted. Proceed from a consistent, persistent energy.