Friday, 13 October 2017

How to Handle Blogging Failure

How to Handle Blogging Failure

1: Hug the Failure

Do not resist failure, for what you resist, persists.

Feel the frustration, anger and misery of failing horribly.

This helped me move on from the failure, so I could follow the next steps.

2: Double Down on Personal Development

Failure feels debilitating if you vibe from a fear-based, lack and limitation filled, space.

Failure conscious bloggers focus on failure, struggle and obstacles because they literally tune into fear-based outcomes.

Success conscious bloggers focus on opportunity, fun and freedom because they literally tune into love-based outcomes.

Spend the first 30 to 60 minute of every day working on personal development. Do not touch your computer. Consider meditating or yoga to raise your vibe.

If you are failing miserably you have some clearing to do. It’s time to face, feel (however unpleasant) and release fear-based energies.

Following a diligent morning ritual persistently helps uncover these fear-based, failure-producing energies so you can feel and dissolve these emotions to make room for fun, loving energies to flow through your being.

When you blog mainly from love, for fun, you literally cannot even perceive failure. Every moment is a chance to help someone and you are grateful for anything or anyone that flows your way.

3: Get So Busy Helping People that You Forget about Failing

Get so incredibly busy helping people in your blogging niche that you forget about failing.

Unless you are meditating – or are highly aware of your thoughts and feelings – an idle mind tends to allow in negative, fearful, failure-producing thoughts.

Left to your own devices you will probably fear failing, or struggling or running into obstacles.

It’s OK to fear failure for a little bit but then it’s time to get busy helping people in as many ways as possible.

Write a guest post. Write the next post for your blog. Help people on Quora. Email your subscribers. Ask how you can help them.

Helping folks raises your energy toward a fun, loving space, well above the lower energies where fear and failure reside.

4: Study Successful Bloggers

Here’s an even better reason: the most successful bloggers on earth almost always failed at the beginning of their blogging careers. Some failed miserably well into their blogging careers, before hitting it big.

Sometimes you – like me – judge the modern day success of these dynamos and forget these guys struggled just like every blogger.

I let go that limiting belief, understood how the most successful bloggers on earth failed like I had struggled for many years and gained inspiration in knowing that if they could succeed after facing tough circumstances, I could too.

5: Reframe Failure

Think about it; every moment is an opportunity. Seize the moment. Learn from the moment. Cash in on your experience, financially, mentally and spiritually.

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