When it comes to having a career on the Net, I consider myself the â€œgo-to-guruâ€.
Iâ€™ve been many places and seen many things. Both good and bad.
In fact, over the years, I have served in more capacities and with more clients than youâ€™d probably care to read about.
But, letâ€™s just say that along the way, Iâ€™ve garnered enough â€œfrequent flyerâ€ miles to help you navigate a successful career, without a lot of â€œturbulenceâ€.
With the introduction of Blogging Proâ€™s new job board, no doubt many of you will search through and respond to the various great blogging opportunities.
And you should.
Blogging is bodacious!
Itâ€™s a great medium to express yourself, influence the masses and earn extra cash.
But be forewarned. All that glitters is not gold.
We’ve all made mistakes when it comes to our blogging careers. No one is perfect. Mistakes are natural. Some of us leave our blogs to rot on the vine, after inspiring so much greatness. It’s tantamount to meeting an amazing girl at the bar only to find out she’s a prude. It’s a terrible heartache. Others of us have Post Blog Sale Depression Disorder.
Then there are some of us who just plain fall off the face of the planet. No worries, it happens to the best of us. There is hope however. A few years ago I fell off the face of the planet ended up in a podunk town in Mexico, with a cervecia in one hand, and a cuban cigar in another. Picking up the ashes of a cumulative stretch of poor decisions. There is a path to get back into the swing of things. There is a path to redemption. It takes hard work. Just like any bad habit can be beat so can beating your bad habits around your blogging career. The relationships might never be able to be restored, but new relationships can be kindled, and consistency and trust can be earned again. Read More