Are You Excited to Become a Successful Solopreneur Blogger?

October 14, 2016 19 thoughts
A great view in Rivas, Costa Rica.
A great view in Rivas, Costa Rica.

 

“Guys, you REALLY need to buckle up.”

 

The pilot warned us as we made our approach to JKF Airport.

 

We flew home from Costa Rica.

 

Into some stiff turbulence.

 

About 1 minute post warning we experienced a BIG dip, jarring left to right jolts and a general feeling of being completely out of control.

 

My solopreneur ride has been similar at times.

 

Yours may feel the same way.

 

From riding highs into deep lows, this journey feels like a rollercoaster ride until you get a knack for leveling things out.

 

Which is why I’m excited to release my new Blogging From Paradise eBook:

 

6 Tips to Embrace the Solopreneur Rollercoaster Ride

 

 
This sweet read gives you 6 practical tips that every blogger can use to ride the highs and lows of being a solopreneur.

 

My eBook is stuffed (graphically) with practical tips to level out your ride.

 

Because you will get stupid excited at experiencing some high highs and may feel a bit bummed about hitting lows.

 

At least during your infant solopreneur days.

 

But this read helps you level out your journey, preventing you from going haywire or harikari over any one particular event during this ride.

 

Benefits

 

  • Get 6 practical tips for staying level-headed during your solopreneur blogging ride
  • Learn how to remain calm during big time victories and what appear to be massive losses
  • Prosper through my experience as an 8 year blogging veteran
  • Build a successful blogging business as a solopreneur

 

One of the most fun, freeing lessons you will ever learn is one of emotional intelligence.

 

Or how to manage your energy effectively.

 

I point to energy management as being the NUMBER 1 quality of the most successful solopreneurs out there.

 

If you learn how to align your energy you will succeed with your solo gig.

 

I just jam-packed my 6 most helpful tips into this Amazon Kindle eBook.

 

Note: you don’t need a Kindle to read this eBook.

 

You’d just click on “Buy Now with 1-Click” and download the Free Kindle Cloud Reader.

 

The Cover Story

 

I snapped the cover for this eBook at Rawai Bay, Phuket, Thailand.

 

Kelli and I walked to the bay for our evening constitution. Fun to see Thai longtail boats bobbing on the tide as we got our cardio on.

 

The Wrap Up

 

Guys, no sense beating this eBook to death with analysis paralysis.

 

You’re gonna get 6 helpful solopreneur tips from a guy who’s circled the globe and used these tips to build a rocking gig.

 

Solopreneur style.

 

If it sounds helpful you can download the eBook here:

 

6 Tips to Embrace the Solopreneur Rollercoaster Ride

 

 

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Thanks!

 

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Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon. Ryan can help you build a successful blog with the 11 Fundamentals of Successful Blogging Audio Course.
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19 Comments

  1. Hi Sarah,

    Awesome! If you signed up for my list when you stopped by – around 4:30 AM EST – you definitely got your free eBook for today. And all save my first 2 are a bit under 2 bills for your perusal. Thanks for commenting!

    Ryan

  2. Hi Janice,

    Congrats on your new book! Exciting! It will be a fun ride no doubt. Sometimes bumpy, but still smooth enough. Thanks for commenting, stumbling and tweeting!!

    Ryan

  3. Sarah Says:

    Great promo and hope to get the Free Book Friday, too! I think everybody who ventured into this “hobby” wants to make the most of our blogs anyway – in whatever shape and form. So, I am looking forward to read your tips.

  4. Hi Ryan,
    I have also compared the blogging journey to a rollercoaster ride. Since my ebook is about to be published my journey as a solopreneur may have pitfalls. We shall see. Tweeting and stumbling!
    Janice

  5. Hi Tauseef,

    I enabled comments because I LOVE getting comments and responding now. A few months ago, commenting felt like a drag aka, un-fun. Since I only do what’s fun, I brought them back…..which is also the reason why I closed ’em out for a few months. I don’t check metrics at all; I am weird like that LOL….but in truth, God Supplies. Always! Thanks buddy!

    Ryan

  6. Hi Tiffany,

    Way cool! Happy to see you rocking it out too. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Ryan

  7. Tiffany Says:

    Hey Ryan, man the way you have written these books is so inspiring. I can see how hard you work towards creating your life style to Blog from Paradise! Always gives me a little nudge to keep going on my next goal whenever I see your name pop up. 🙂

  8. Tauseef Says:

    Hi Ryan,

    You are the only person I know who has written so many ebooks. Offering 1 of them free every friday is a great idea.

    I have visited your blog after a long time and just noticed you have enabled the comments again. Any specific reason? did you see any change in traffic when the comments were off?

    Regards
    Tauseef Alam

  9. Hi Amar,

    Fabulous point bro! I recharge regularly because I NEED to, as a solorpreneur. Rest, break, relax, and learn how to delegate. As for a vision it is the prime factor in your blogging success. See where you are headed, feel your vision as being real, now, and your dreams make a beeline for you. Thanks for commenting!

    Ryan

  10. Amar kumar Says:

    Hey Ryan,

    It’s important to make time to envision where we want our business to go. It is not enough for us to understand, we must make our vision clear enough to share with the world. When we are the only one in charge of our business, we must set tangible goals so we don’t drown in all the little responsibilities that will add up and consume us. Productivity can diminish when we don’t create a clear direction for ourself. Many times there won’t be anyone around to acknowledge our hard work, so we must take the time to recognize ourself.

    Sometimes solopreneurers can put all focus on their output and they forget to take the time to refuel. Reading blogs, listening to podcasts, and meeting with a mentor are a few ways to be intentional about growth. Eventually, thanks for sharing your wonderful thought with us.

    With best regards,

    Amar kumar

  11. Hi Sathish,

    Awesome dude! Actually it is free for 24 hours, so the window has closed. And now it’s $1.99. Thanks a bunch for reading and enjoying!

    Ryan

  12. Hey, Ryan……
    Happy to see your great post……..
    Am so excited with e-book it’s an awesome guide man. When I was reading it just wowwww, really impressed with this book. This would help me when am implementing them into my blog am sure that I would able to succeed with this.
    All your books are really excellent and great going, I wish this post would also reach the good level.
    Do this will be available until BlackFriday??????

  13. Hi Fabz,

    Great to see ya buddy! I vibe with you on the lows too. At least, the Old Me. There goes that guy again LOL! I mean, I still have some anxieties of course and feel down sometimes but I’ve leveled off a bunch since doing some big league energy work, embracing my deepest terrors. I know Samantha gets you aligned right away. Family, from kids to spouses, wow do they ever ground us, balance us and pull us out of these alternate worlds we inhabit sometimes 😉

    Thanks a bunch, and you too!

    Ryan

  14. Hi Francis,

    Hmmm….maybe a time zone thing? Although I thought it was free until 3 AM EST, Saturday morning. But maybe Amazon only makes it free on Friday within your time zone? Not sure my friend, but it should be a fabulous read for 2 ducats 😉 Thanks for the support!

    Ryan

  15. Hi Monna,

    Sure thing! Enjoy, and I’ll be happy to see you back!

    Ryan

  16. Hi Ryan,

    Thank you so much for the free e-book. I’m gathering information and looking forward to killing it with my blog and my writing when I come back full time.

  17. Ryan mate, just wow another eBook! Congrats and I’m sure this one will be as epic as the last ones.

    Yep, blogging solopreneurship is one heck of a rollercoaster ride. I’m pretty calm when I hit high highs, I don’t usually make a fuss about it. I celebrate quietly.

    But when I hit the lows, oh man… I panic and flap about like a headless chicken, thinking the world has come to an end.

    Thankfully though I’ve got Samantha to slap me back to reality and help me through things.

    By the way, turbulence is one of the reasons why I hate flying, yet I love planes and can’t wait for the next opportunity to jump on one, yet I hate flying. Makes no sense right?

    Have an awesome weekend dude, keep rocking and inspiring.

    Your blogging friend, Fabz.

  18. Hey Ryan,

    I didn’t get it free. It was sold to me today at a price of $1.99. But I thought you said it’s free for today 14th October, bro.

    Anyway, hope I get most of what I’m expecting from it. I have read a book of yours on amazon Kindle: “11 Proven Tips for Aspiring Bloggers.” It’s an eye opener.

    Hope this will help, too.

    Francis

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