“Ryan is so lucky, traveling the world as a pro blogger. I want to punch him in his stupid little face!”
“Ryan has *always* been a master papaya picker. I mean, he has spent so much time in the tropics. Jerk!”
The first assumption is blanket. I get it all the time. Meaning, 1 person calls me lucky, per annum.
The second assumption is a weird form of jungle jealousy. Someone who envies me because they feel I *always* lived this life of world travel. As if, 12 years ago I was not dying for the last truck to leave the terminal grounds when I was a security guard at Port Newark.
I wrote a new eBook to help you face, own, embrace and release these poisonous assumptions to wildly accelerate your blogging success.
I am excited to officially release:
Why this eBook Benefits You
Point blank; dangerous, untrue blogging assumptions handcuff you. Disempower you. Kill your chances at being a successful blogger.
If you feel I succeeded with blogging because I was lucky or popped out of the womb with live broadcast video charisma, playing for the camera while I shed my placenta, you instantly believe that an element of luck or some pre-existing, intrinsic talent made me who I am today. Meaning you believe that YOU will only succeed with blogging if you are lucky or have “it”. (“It” meaning being born with some fully-developed talent, which is quite asinine, when you think about it.)
This eBook breaks your chains. The chains of assumption. Because dissolving these assumptions destroys the lies and instantly helps you believe that, “Hey, I can do this too! I can become a successful blogger too!”
My eBook helps you see you don’t need to be lucky, or “gifted” (what the hell does that mean, anyway? I was as awkward as a 13 year old sending a love letter to their 13 year old love of their life, when filming my first few videos 9 years ago….so after practicing by doing 3,000 videos, I am all the sudden “gifted”?), or connected, or any other bullshit assumption, to succeed online.
But making this fun, freeing and enlightening realization requires you to methodically identify, embrace and let go what you feel is holding you back….because your untrue assumptions about successful bloggers hold you back and prevent your success.
By letting go all of these horse crap, untrue assumptions I honed my blogging skills to where I was featured on some of the world’s top blogs. I became a full time, established pro blogger. I feel the joy of helping my readers become pro bloggers.
When you let go these dangerous assumptions you too will grow like a weed in the jungle. Blogging-wise.
Guys, so many people look at me and have no idea what I went through, or the fears I had to face, to reach this station in life. These same folks can taste the sweet success of being a pro blogger and traveling the world if they own and release these limiting, paralyzing assumptions, because once you stop making assumptions about pro bloggers you are free to be as they be and to do what they have done to become established, pro, successful bloggers.
Let’s list the chapters so you can see the 8 assumptions I dissect and eviscerate, to help you become a more successful, prospering blogger.
1: Successes Are Trust Fund Babies/Rich *Before* Building their Blog
2: Successful Bloggers Are Lucky
3: Everything Comes Easily to a Successful Blogger
4: Successful Bloggers Are “Naturals”
5: Successful Bloggers Have Friends in High Places BEFORE Building their Blog
6: Successful Bloggers Are Always Happy
7: Successful Bloggers Never Run into Obstacles
8: Everybody Loves Successful Bloggers
The Cover Story
I snapped the cover image during a 4 month stay in Savusavu, Fiji.
This was basically our front yard. Where I spent many afternoons either lifting lava boulders. Or relaxing on the beach.
Not bad, eh?
The Blind Spot
If you’re like me, you don’t assume too much but still have those “blind spot” assumptions kicking around in your mind. Because you’re human. Like….
“Guys like Gary Vaynerchuk or Zac Johnson busted their tail but methinks it may have been a bit easier for them to succeed, because they had the entrepreneur DNA as a kid, versus someone like me who was programmed NOT to be a successful, thriving entrepreneur, because I was conditioned to mistrust these lucky, arrogant, wheeling and dealing, untrustworthy louses. (apologies to louses everywhere.)”
Even if you are a loving, positive, supportive person, you likely have a few of these assumption-based, quite dangerous blind spots in there – aka Ryan is a natural on camera (only after creating aka practicing with 3,000 videos) – that buying and reading this eBook will help ferret out, to accelerate your online success pronto.
8 Dangerous Assumptions to Make about Successful Bloggers
Enjoying this eBook helps to remove your invisible handcuffs. Because when you stop assuming successful bloggers had it easy, to explain why you are struggling or failing, you free yourself of these devilish demons.
Letting go these assumptions helps you experience the sweet, fun, exciting, freeing success of increasing your blog traffic, of boosting your blogging profits and of making this blogging bit a full time venture.
Release assumption-based excuses. Free yourself. Have fun building a thriving blogging business.
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