Don’t Be a Need Demon: 7 Tips to Become a Supremely Confident Blogger

January 18, 2016 25 thoughts
Looking for a pair of blogging....? I've no clue what fruit or veggie this is. But the neighbor grows it. He must have some stones. Use these tips to gain blogging confidence.
Looking for a pair of blogging….? I’ve no clue what fruit or veggie this is. But the neighbor here in Rivas, Costa Rica grows it. And it’s 8 inches across.


I get sick sometimes when I read “practical-tips-drunk” bloggers’ posts.

I know these cats mean well. I really do.

But the endless proliferation of the WHAT’S or the HOW’s will make zero difference if you don’t know WHY you are blogging.

Worse than that, 99.999999999% of struggling bloggers out there are “Need Demons.” A desperate, needy vibe permeates their being. They carry it like a repelling stench, telling influential bloggers to stay the eff away. This desperation or neediness is rooted in having zero confidence in yourself and your abilities.

Until you address your *Need Demon* ways you’ll be deaf and blind to helpful, proven, practical tips because hey: what desperate person makes sound, clear-thinking, profitable decisions. It’s like asking a greyhound to calmly sit in a holding pattern while a flurry of jackrabbits sprints by. That dog’s running! AND the desperate blogger will keep running from possible solution to possible solution in a frantic manner until they…..grow some blogging balls by….developing blogging confidence

Living La Pura Vida


As I sit here sipping Costa Rican coffee in gorgeous Rivas, a half mile high (elevation-wise, not on a caffeine buzz), I’m digesting the serene, beautiful scene outside of my window.

Across the street the Mighty Chirripo River cascades over enormous boulders, creating a soothing yet powerful White Noise which puts me to sleep each night. Lush forest surrounds the crib (apartment rental).

Monstrously towering mountains form a breathtaking, postcard-type picture for me to enjoy every single day for the next month.

I Mean…Really, Guys….


.do you honestly believe that I am living in paradise full-time *ONLY* because I followed practical blogging tips every single day?


99.9999999% (or more) of failing bloggers follow at least one of the basic practical tips, if not 5 or 10 of them.

Create value.

Make friends.

Be persistent.

Why is it then that I blog from paradise while most bloggers struggle like hell to gain readers, or to make enough thru their blogs to buy half a stick of used gum?

Because……after years of abject, miserable, wretched failure, where I flopped around in the mud like a fish on Ritalin……I……

……..Decided to Change My BEING Versus Changing My Doing………..


Ya gotta re-read that statement. Go ahead. Do it now. I’ll sip my coffee. Ahhh….tastes wonderful. Now I know why the local Ticos call it “grano de oro”, or “The Golden Bean.”

OK….are you back? Good.

My BFPers, my life and blog and direction changed dramatically the moment I decided to blog from the inside-out. I committed to changing not just my mindset but my being. I figured out that stunning successes in any field were:

  • fun-loving
  • freedom-loving
  • possessors of balls the size of the King of Bayonne
  • bold
  • daring
  • appreciative
  • high energy, rambunctious, disruptive dynamos changing their change for good

I put 2 and 2 together. I guess I put my Meteorology degree to work (Differential Equations and all that math jazz). After adding 2 Plus 2 I figured out that the happiest, most free, most well-known folks on earth were supremely confident individuals.

This supreme confidence was rooted in a different, Jedi-like, Zen-like, attractive being.

The Famous RB and the…..Kinda Well Known in Certain Circles RB


The other day I was featured on RB’s blog. Yes, RB was on RB’s blog.

Oops…forgot to mention: the blog was that of none other than Richard Branson. Entrepreneurial god. Empire-building Jedi master.

I appreciate the feature beyond words because the power of bribery and prayers offered up to Voodoo demi-gods….well I can personally say it works!

Richard is perhaps the ultimate example in adopting an infinitely attractive, loving, fun-seeking, freedom-digging being. He ain’t trying to be confident. He IS confident. He is so darn busy having fun and becoming more free, and helping others have fun and be free, that his detachment from outcomes makes him BE a supremely confident individual.

When you’re solely having fun and feeling free with any endeavor you are being Confidence. Because you cease looking outside of yourself for results to make you feel confident. Sure you’ll seek them out here and there (Tip #5 below) but relying heavily on your achievements creates a “Confidence Crutch” which torpedoes your life, your business and your blog.


Home office view here. Ain't that purdy? We're in the chilly Tico highlands.
Home office view here. Ain’t that purdy? We’re in the chilly Tico highlands.


Dicky Branson (that sounds funny) is really just who we are all born to be:

  • a guy who loves what he does (we do this as babies)
  • a guy who has fun doing what he does (we do this as babies)
  • a guy who embodies confidence because when he’s having fun and following his loves, confidence flows naturally and effortless through his being (yep, we acted this way as babies, too)

The Benefits of Having Blogging Confidence



  • live your dreams

Why are you blogging? To live your dreams. To be free. To have fun.

Well, when you build blogging confidence you get to appear on sites like:

As Seen At-

I’ve been featured on each site. Without greasing palms. I think. Anyway, I am not trying to be confident. That’s Faking the Funk as my old skool rap icons would say. I am not working at it. I’m having fun. I feel freer by the day. So I am BEING confident, assured and bold through each blog post. I need NOTHING outside of me to line up in a set way to BE confident. I just AM. Most of the time, at least. Because I am loosey goosey, a Blogging from Paradise Buffoon who does fun stuff and does nothing else because I have outsourced all the outcome stuff to a Higher Power.

Let’s get into the tips, shall we?

1: Blog for Fun


I grin like the Cheshire Cat. Most of the day.

Like now. I filmed my blogging tip of the day 2 minutes ago. In HD video. Fun!

I’m writing a fun post. To inspire you. To express myself. Fun!

If it ain’t fun I ain’t doing it. Because by having fun I just *know* I’m doing a kick ass job. Because it doesn’t feel like a job. This blogging bit. Not at all.

The split second I move away from having fun as my only purpose for blogging I feel anxious, worried, a bit tense and lose my confidence because then I’m blogging to:

  • make money
  • get readers
  • grow my list
  • drive traffic
  • get famous
  • 101 other outcomes/conditions

The moment I give my energy to an outcome I lose my confidence. Because I base my confidence on that outcome. My self worth as a human or blogger rests entirely on:

  • numbers in a bank account
  • numbers in a WordPress backoffice
  • the opinions of others

Do ya kinda get why Kelli and I are rare birds? Few bloggers on earth are driven by having fun. So they fall slave to outcomes. Outcomes which bitch smack them around. Outcomes which erode their confidence.

Rule 1 = Have fun. When you’re having fun you KNOW you’re doing good and you believe in you.

2: Blog for Freedom


Free people are not bound.

Free bloggers are not dependent on:

  • the validation of others
  • traffic stats
  • income reports
  • list stats

or any other outcome because the free blogging crowd blogs to be free, not to get favorable opinions of their work or not to increase their traffic or not to make more money blogging or not to get more subscribers.

Blogging to free you and to free your audience builds your confidence immeasurably because you will look within for unlimited confidence, versus looking outside of yourself for always changing stats, opinions of you and your blog, reviews, income fluctuations and all that stuff which makes most bloggers scream, “Uncle, uncle!”

Review Rage

I wished to pour boiling oil on his head, through a Murder Hole (GOT fan here).

I had received a scathing review on 1 of my eBooks. Said reviewer pissed me off. After wishing death on his bloodline for the next 14 generations my confidence headed for the shitter. I believed in him and his opinion. So even though I had mad success online I felt deflated, timid and worried about my eBooks and blog because I was heavily bound (note; not FREE) to his opinion of me.

This incident occurred many moons ago.

The current day incarnation of me blogs to be free. I worry not about reviews or opinions; if they are high energy, great. If they are low energy, great. Who cares. I blog to free me. Not to bind myself to traffic stats or reviews or anything. I am confident and calm and assured because whatever happens outside of me – that has nothing to do with my confidence – I am free.


Guys, blog to free yourself. You’re already having a barrel of monkeys. Or monos, as they call ’em here in Costa Rica. Blog to free you and to free your audience. Write this reason on a piece of paper. Dwell on the freedom feeling. Watch your confidence skyrocket as you free yourself from confidence-deflating outcomes and foster the unchanging, eternal confidence fire which roars from within.

3: Blog Your Passion


I scrapped 3400 blog posts, a blog, a brand and an online prosperity stream in Savusavu, Fiji in 2014 to follow my PP. Oh stop it. You know what I mean. Hehe….I made a funny.

I trashed my old blog because I felt about as lifeless as The Walking Dead, before their morning coffee, anytime I published a post on my old blog. It was that bad.

But when I made the bold ass move to follow my PP – my Predominant Passion – damn did things turn around fast.

I *knew* all about blogging and traveling. I had a zest for each passion. I could talk about each all day long. I had the utmost confidence in blogging about each passion all day long.

If you’re passionate about something I betcha you feel darn confident talking about that something. Sports nutz know their stuff. Music nutz passionately and confidently gab about their love. Ditto for any niche.

Become a stupid confident blogger. Blog your passion. Let go the lame, lifeless, lackadaisical blog topic. Inject yourself with a cocktail of cyber caffeine.


What you can talk about all day long?

Blog about it all day long.

You know your shiznet. Why blog in a different direction? You’ll only lose confidence the moment you move away from what you feel energized and excited about. Which is why Blogging from Paradise took off so quickly.

4: Leave it all out there on the Blogging Floor


I am 100% against working.

I am 100% for playing.

Playing means having fun to me. Which means blogging for fun.

With that in mind, when you are really, really having fun you’ll leave it all out there on the blogging floor. Meaning you’ll do a smash up, inspired blogging job each time you post, confidently delivering on your promise to your audience.

Word Count Does Not Play a Part Here

Whether writing 500 or 5000 words, you can publish something which does a complete job solving some specific problem or offering some specific, life-changing benefit.

Seth Godin confidently does a phenomenal job in 100 to 300 words, or maybe, a few more. He leaves it all out on the floor.

Neil Patel confidently does a phenomenal job in 4,000 to 7,000 words, or maybe, more. He leaves it all out on the floor.

Whatever feels more playful and fun and freeing to you – 300 or 7,000 words or somewhere in between – run with it. Err toward 1,000 words or more if you want to get your writing practice in. But hey, if you can pull off brilliance and get the job done and leave it all out on the floor in 400 words please do so. Whatever you can do from a space of calm, confident energy, go for it.

5: Remind Yourself of the Countless Blogging Victories You Win Daily


OK, this is the Crutch Confidence Builder. Which is OK to use because last I looked we are all human beings.

If I am having a “blue” day (why do I feel like I’m appearing in a commercial aired during soap operas?) I may scan my sidebar. OK it has not sucked nor eroded my confidence in self to have appeared on Virgin Dot Com, Forbes and Neil Patel Dot Com. I feel kinda good about writing 123 bite-sized eBooks. I live in paradise. I am a full time digital nomad.

Not bad confidence builders.

I count my old school victories too like buying my domain and hosting 1,432 years ago and publishing my first post.

If you are a newbie blogger lacking confidence or if you are struggling as a vet to get your blogging faith back, here’s what you do:

  • celebrate having a blog, a platform through which you can inspire folks
  • celebrate publishing your most recent blog post
  • celebrate reading this post, cutting your learning curve by minutes, months or years by learning lessons from a guy who had the confidence of a little person trying to guard Kristaps Porzingis in the post but who now has some confident blogging mojo going for him, living the dream and appearing on some pretty dang well known blogs
  • celebrate every possible blogging victory, and I mean EVERY one! Leave no blogging stone unturned….first comments, first posts, first cent made, etc, etc, etc…to build that confident momentum my dawgs and dawgettes
  • celebrate offline victories….if you are confident in areas not related to blogging you can become confident in all things blogging….same person, same energy, same free will, same decision-maker

My friend Sue Anne Dunlevie from Successful Blogging Dot Com had a fabulous victory the other day….she was featured on Neil Patel’s blog!

Build blogging confidence by….building blogging confidence, 1 victorious brick at a time.

6: Learn More about Me….The *Rest* of the Story that Is….and Apply to Your Blogging Journey


40,000 years ago me know how to:

  • check email
  • visit

Me exaggerate.

Me no do 2 things 40,000 years ago.

Me no Cro Magnon Man.

Ok I knew how to check and email and knew nothing else about the online world before I became a blogger. Before I bought my domain and hosting forget about having no confidence in blogging: I’d no clue in Hades *what a blog was.*

I was lost. I was clueless. My confidence in self, in most areas of my life, could be neatly packaged into a shriveled raisin.

But here I am. Living the dream.

If I can do it, you can do it.

Now *that* is a confidence-builder.

A dull dolt to daring dynamo.

7: Outsource All Outcomes to Something Bigger


Spiritual Check!

Seriously guys. You knew I had to go deeper within.

Atheists, tune out now. Or just trust in the process. Or just open up a bit.

One easy way I’ve gained confidence as a blogger (and spirit in a meat suit) is through the miracle of outsourcing. Except I’m not talking about Fiverr here. I ain’t talking about sending tasks to workers in the Philippines or India. I am talking about outsourcing outcomes to the Universe.

Here’s the deal: when most rational human beings spend 5 to 10 minutes meditating on:

  • nature
  • life
  • the earth

.something becomes apparent: the rhythm, the patterns and the order of it all points to some type of intelligent design. (Stick with me bloggers, stick with me.) As you dwell on that intelligent design something funny happens. You begin to observe how It has worked in your life. The:

  • chance meeting
  • out of the blue occurrence
  • freak happening
  • luck”

..all that stuff, well, it’s God or the Universe or Intelligent Design disguised in bullshit terms created by limited, “I live in a freaking small box” ego, or, by monkey mind.

If you decide to buy into this tip you will become supremely, almost infinitely, confident. Because the same force that created Everything and that makes the sun rise will be handling your blogging business. The Force (Star Wars fans) happens to be:

  • infinite
  • all powerful
  • beyond comprehension
  • everything
  • everywhere

I kinda take this attitude: I have fun, and You/Universe handle everything. You handle the:

  • blog traffic
  • stats
  • blogging income
  • comments
  • any outcome

My blogging job is to be appreciative and to have fun and to allow fun and creative and exciting ideas in so I can act on them, and then, so I can rest up.

Outsourcing it all to The Universe is like taking the old school Mike Tyson to a street fight for back up. Gives ya supreme confidence. Because the former Baddest Man on the Planet is in your corner.



  • Meditate
  • Be appreciative
  • Follow tips 1-6
  • Laugh more
  • Smile more
  • Have fun

If you want Blogging Balls of Steel outsource your outcomes to the Universe and watch magic unfold before your eyes.

Your Turn


How do you gain blogging confidence?

Are you struggling to become a confident blogger?

Call to Action


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I devoted 4 of the 11 fundamentals to the inner game of blogging because few courses if any dive into this hyper critical, super important, foundational aspect of becoming a full time income earning, professional blogger.

Buy “11 Fundamentals of Successful Blogging” to skyrocket your blogging confidence and you’ll receive a free bonus audio course titled “10 Common Blogging Questions Answered by an Island Hopping Pro” (This free audio course is as in-depth and thorough as the primary course).

That’s your call to action for the day.

Oh yes, don’t forget to have banana shake too.

See you in the tropics!

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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, Positively Positive, Life Hack, 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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  1. Wow, what a nice accolade, thank you! We are barely a month into the year though, so there’s plenty of time for others to beat it! 😉

  2. Glenn, comment of the year!! Nothing to add!!

  3. Hey Ryan,

    I’ve been a bit tied up of late (not literally!) so I haven’t had chance to get over here until now. Funnily enough, I actually had a dream of you the other night (nothing sordid, I swear!!), so I think that was probably my subconscious saying, “Hoi! Get over and pay Ryan a visit!”.

    Or something.

    Anyhoo, here I am and of all the posts you’ve made recently I decided that I just HAD to comment on this one.

    You talk a lot about “freeing” and “being free”. I think that this is something that many people struggle with. I certainly did for a long time. Sure, I may have wanted the best for my audience, but there were still times when I was still chained up and held back by thoughts of things like: “I need visitors”, “I need subscribers”, “I need clicks”, etc.

    The thing is, this is hugely restrictive. And if you deliver yourself and your content with even an ounce of this in you then you will be holding your audience back by extension.

    Just the other day I was doing a coaching webinar and this very point was something that I was emphasising. You see, all too often I see bloggers agonising about things such as traffic, subscribers, sales, etc. Now if we have or are trying to build an online business and we’re using our blogs as part of that, then of course it makes sense to be mindful of all this stuff and have in place certain things that are going to make us money. But our FOCUS must be on the person at the other end! Focusing on things like comments, shares, sales, etc. is focusing on OURSELVES, on our own results. If we do this, it’s holding ourselves back and, in turn, it’s holding our audience back too because we won’t be giving them our all based on what they truly need. Rather, we will be giving them what WE want to give them based on our desired results.

    The way to be truly freeing is to give our all, our very best, to our audience without thought as to what we may or may not get in return. Time and time again I see the ones who are striving for the clicks, likes, comments, sales, etc. are the ones who are struggling the most. Whereas those who are endeavouring to change people’s lives are the ones who are achieving the most. Sure, from a business standpoint, it may take longer to get the results we may wish for, but it’s about quality! I’d much rather build my business around how much I can help people and help them to make changes in their lives rather than simply slap up a load of content and rely on old Google to chuck a few clicks my way.

    Of course, the way that we do that will vary, but I believe that there can be no substitute for putting the other person first. If we do that and help them in meeting their desired outcome then there’s absolutely nothing wrong in expecting some kind of compensation for this. Otherwise we would have no business. But, as you say, it’s not so much about the “what” and the “how” but the “WHY” that is of key importance.

    If we always focus on the change that we can make in a person’s life and help them to be truly free then all the rest will follow suit organically. It’s like any kind of job – our job isn’t to make money. Our job is to perform our tasks to the best of our ability. Doing so will result in being rewarded or compensated in some way for doing the job well.

    In the same way, our job as a blogger, coach, writer, product creator or whatever should be to present our content and meet the needs of our audience in the best way that we can. Our job isn’t to get traffic, clicks or subscribers. Those are the rewards for doing our job well. However, so many people get these things the wrong way around.

    So, thank you for this amazing post, my friend. I sincerely hope that plenty of people take note and apply the points you’ve mentioned here.

    I hope you’re keeping well. Talk soon! 🙂


  4. Piyish thanks much! Donna runs a fab blog, doesn’t she?

  5. piyish Says:

    Cool tips bro, I spotted the #4 well. I will check back on your blog. I visited from a comment you dropped at Donna’s blog.

    have a nice day bro.

  6. Perfectly put Donna. Build your confidence and you’ll be ALL IN. Once you’re all in, success is a mere formality. Thanks for the fab comment!

  7. Hi Ryan,

    Oh, yea, this is so spot on, my friend.

    Bloggers need to know the how’s but not until they’ve got that great big “why” pasted up on the mirror.

    The methods are always there, and they are essential. You can find them in many forms, in many places… just find someone you like their style and work with them. I always tell people coaching is really the way to go, instead of picking up random tips and tricks and 7 step guides all over the place.

    But none of this, not even working with an excellent coach, will matter if you don’t build your confidence.

    Without the confidence, you won’t make the effort to even put all those great tips to the test. You’ll go at it half heartedly, when you don’t get immediate results you’ll back away, when you back away you’ll confirm to yourself that you just can’t do it.

    It’s a slippery slope for sure. We’ve all been there, including the top bloggers in the world. The only thing to stop the slide is to stand tough and decide that you can make things happen, in your own unique way. And… then commit to doing it. Don’t look back.


  8. Peter that strategy is so sound. Sharing your experiences is the way to your audience’s heart. Thanks so much for sharing and enjoy your day in Thailand!

  9. Hey Ryan,

    Apologies if I am doubling up in my comments but having strange things happening with my phone.

    One of the best boosts in blogging confidence for me is the visits to my place of bloggers who are my mentors and hereos.

    Not just 6 months ago I thought this would be mission impossible.

    But by approaching my blogging with a sense of having absolutely nothing to lose by sharing exactly what I think and feel about the experiences I am having building my blog, some amazing connections and friendships have happened.

    Now that is exciting for this ancient Aussie marketer and great for my confidence as well.

    Ryan thanks for your great sense of humor and fun-filled way of guiding new bloggers like me through the maze of building a blog.

    Best wishes from a remote Thai village blogger


  10. Good stuff Michael 🙂 Having fun with stuff is THE way to go. Opens you up to enjoying things from moment to moment so you can really skyrocket your energy and let your blogging star shine. Thanks for commenting!

  11. Phoebe that’s awesome! #5 has been tough for me too. Celebrating wins makes our journey a fun one, builds confidence and helps us detach a bit. We KNOW we are good. Thanks for commenting!

  12. Phoebe Says:

    J’adore this post – just reading your stuff makes me feel more confident and excited about the future! I definitely need to work on #5 – I’m pretty bad at letting myself get excited about things I’ve done, and tend to focus on what I haven’t done/could do better etc.
    This is a great reminder to cut myself some slack and celebrate the victories, so thank you 🙂

  13. Thanks Ryan. Exactly what I needed to be told today! I started writing my site because I really enjoy writing, and don’t do it in my ‘day job.’ But I get bogged down with technique, topic selection, blah blah blah, in an attempt to ‘grow.’ Good to kick the mud off from time to time so we can actually enjoy the stroll. So I still don’t know what I’m going to write about today or tomorrow, but at least I know why. And for now I’m going to put it all away, and go have fun with something I feel like doing. Thanks!

  14. No substitute for those personal stories Chris. Well done!

  15. Love how you put it Tom! Doing what you really, really, really want to do opens so many doors and kinda immunizes you from the loved ones and friends and their sometimes hurtful barbs. Goodness knows, I know how that feels. Awesome comment!

  16. Ryan, great to meet you! We LOVE your country. Have spent over 1 year in Bali. The Indonesian people are beautiful. So warm and kind. I have been there with the heavy money driver too. So many folks do. But getting back to fun purifies things. Thanks for commenting!

  17. Hi Ryan, thank you for sharing your tips.
    I am Febriyan from Indonesia, I usually call my self Ryan also. LoL.

    One thing here in Indonesia is that blogging is a brand new world to conquer by most of the people. So many people start to blog nowadays. I praise to God for that.

    But on the other hand, the newly ones tend to see the “money” behind blogging world. And they sometime forgetting the “Passion” on blogging and just accepting any job review thrown at them. Reading this post is really an enlightenment for me. Glad that I RT this one before.

  18. Tom Southern Says:

    Hi Ryan,

    Small wins are the steps to confidence. Confidence, however, is a myth. Especially in the way it’s pushed and promoted: “You should be more confident.”, “You need to be more confident.”

    It’s the end result that people want that makes them think of Confidence they way they do. They want to achieve things they don’t already have and “having” or “being” confident seems the way to have, or be, these things.

    I’ve discovered that you don’t need Confidence (that seemingly magical essence that gets you what you want). What you need is to do what you really want to do.

    When you do what you really want to do, you naturally blossom with that essence. You open doors for yourself doing what you really want to be doing.

    It takes courage often because you may have to overcome convention, derogatory opinion (often of loved ones, friends,…). But when you step out onto your chosen road, doors open and do get what you want to do, be and have.

    Like you say Ryan, in #5: It’s the small wins that help you to step out in the first place. Because they give you strength to do so.

    Keep on inspiring, Ryan.


  19. Thanks Ryan and you’re welcome.

    I do believe my last few posts have been better due to my just writing about what I’ve learned so far through my training and reading others’ blogs and adding my little story in there also. This, in turn, has made me more confident going forward.

    Still pushing the ball uphill, but the top is getting closer with every action I take.

  20. Amen to that 😉

  21. Don this is so true. We all start off with low confidence levels in most new endeavors but over time it builds, and builds, and builds. Just keeping at it will help you build it like an avalanche, to where one is naturally confident, in a relaxed way. Thanks SO much Don!! You too buddy 😉

  22. Just a bit of time Chris and surrender. Funny thing is, when I learned to let go just a LIL bit, my job became so much easier and things fell into my lap so quickly it was almost laughable. You are doing fine my friend. Thanks so much for reading!

  23. Hi Ryan,

    Thanks for the tips.

    I know I can definitely put most of these to use, if not all. The spiritual thing may be a little tricky. I do believe I control my own destiny but I do need to add the fun feeling into my posts while still getting my point across.

    I have to let go of the “crutches.” I know I can survive without worrying about the money. It will come, as long as I keep on track.

    Like anything, it’s going to take some time but, as you say, I will get there.

    Have a great week……….Chris

  24. Don Purdum Says:

    Hi Ryan,

    Confidence is not just an attitude, it’s a very reflection of one’s competency and how one feels about their competency.

    If we are honest with ourselves the truth is none of us start with it. There is always some kind of uncertainty or maybe even an insecurity.

    It’s at that point that it’s easy to do what we know or what we see others doing. It’s easy to write that mediocre content and not do the require required to become great at what we do and how we present what we do.

    Confidence is something that is built and earned over time. Some have a degree of confidence and it shines quickly while others struggle to ever get it.

    Congrats on being featured on Virgin’s blog and on the other great blogs you’ve mentioned Ryan. It’s well deserved!

    Have a great week my friend!

    ~ Don Purdum

  25. kelli Says:

    Hey…Loved every word. And it will be no shock that I loved your last suggestion the most…

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