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6 Things That Will Help You Churn Out More Blog Posts

I usually don’t like using the phrase “churn out” when it comes to writing, because I feel that it has a negative connotation – when you churn blog posts out, quality might be compromised. Then again, I realize that that is not always the case. If you are deadset on getting lots of work done and delivering quality, you can still churn out as many blog posts as you can – provided you have a system that allows you to meet both points.

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While there are times when your ideas flow like a waterfall, but you cannot rely on these special occasions. You have to have a system that will get you thought lean periods (and to avoid procrastination). So here are ways you can churn out more blog posts – on a more regular basis. Read More

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How to Be an Organized Blogger

An organized blogger is a successful one.

Okay, I just made that up, but there is some truth in that, don’t you think? One of the issues bloggers face is that there are times when the temptation to be laidback and go with the flow is too strong to resist.

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If you’re serious about achieving success with your blog – although success can be relative – there is something to be said about being an organized blogger.

How exactly can you be an organized blogger? Read More

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How to Fill 7 Time Dead Zones With Blogging

Life is filled with “time sucks,” periods where our time is wasted. Since life is short and blogging success is closely linked to productivity, we recommend turning these time wasters into blogging opportunities.

RED LIGHTS.

My Zen hero Thich Nhat Hanh often tells readers to use red lights as a reminder to breathe yourself back into the present moment. A clear mind will lead to great blog post ideas. Instead of sitting idly for 30 seconds thumbing at the radio, use the time you spend at red lights and stop signs to breathe deeply.

WAITING ROOMS.

When you go to see a doctor or dentist, there’s a good chance you’ll be waiting. Rather than reading a three-month old sports magazine you could care less about, take out your thin Moleskin pad and start on your next blog post. Read More

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