Motivation for Monday Morning: Don’t give into the Bloggers’ Blues!

This is your Monday Blues’ Posting: Don’t give up on your blogging!

It’s Monday morning, you’re feeling shaky. Your fingers are quivering at the keyboard as you struggle with yourself about your next topic… the phone rings, the wife calls, the computer connection cuts out! You say, “oh, forget about it” or more colorful words!

But stop, look, think! If you give up now, you might lose that moment… your self control to blog might weaken just a little. Then you’ll end up skipping one day, two days, then a week! If you don’t believe me, then take a look at my other blog! It’s forlorn now, but once not so long ago, it was the diamond in my crown! oh, well…

John Chow puts it very well on his website:

This all comes back to my follow up and follow through. It’s all well and good to say, “I’m giong to do it! I’m going to succeed!” However, if you don’t follow up and follow through with your words, then your words are nothing more than a big lie.

So, take his advice, press your fingers to the keyboard and keep on blogging… 😀

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5 thoughts on “Motivation for Monday Morning: Don’t give into the Bloggers’ Blues!

  1. azdana

    Interesting article, and I almost gave into similar feelings today. Not because of lack of material, it just seems that there’s so many other things that I could be doing. I’m going to resolve to keep going, and thanks for the motivation.

  2. AzDana

    Interesting article, and I almost gave into similar feelings today. Not because of lack of material, it just seems that there’s so many other things that I could be doing. I’m going to resolve to keep going, and thanks for the motivation. 🙂

  3. kennethdickson Post author

    Yes, perseverance is often what defines success rather than originality. So it’s important to keep going when you get up a head of steam!

    Best Wishes
    Kenneth

  4. MoneyEnergy

    I second that comment about perservance, as I’m learning now myself. Woody Allen once said that 80% of success is “just showing up” or something like that.

    I’d add that it’s just continuing to plod along where others have ceased treading.

  5. InvestorBlogger Post author

    Of course, Woody Allen also said…

    “If only God would give me some clear sign! Like making a large deposit in my name in a Swiss bank.”

    Kenneth

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