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I noted something weird after publishing my recent blog post.
Some readers recoiled in terror at my 7,000 word post count. Like, if they published such posts, their readers would recoil in terror. Like, long = crap. Like, long = boring. Like, long = garbage, drivel, and filth. Like, long = terrible, low quality, long-winded blog post.
Which is absolute bunk.
Or, in less diplomatic terms, which is absolute bullshit.
Pinkies, Ho’s and Nawlins
Right cher, and now – my feeble attempt at a Cajun accent – I am reading a crime novel in Bali. Called Fat Tuesday. No, it has nothing to do with the size of the average Western tourist here in the Bukit of Bali. Yes, they are fat. The read is a New Orleans crime drama/thriller with all the classic requisite twists. Stunned that I’m reading stuff like this these days. Perhaps I have what people call, eclectic tastes. Or, range? Whatever.
In any case the novel is 458 pages long. Small words. I’m on about page 400. I’ve spent weeks reading this bad boy, because I ENJOY IT. There, I said it. I enjoyed reading the novel. Who cares if it’s a bit trashy, or if it’s more a romance novel than I care to admit, and if you can envision me sitting beside the pool at the villa, eating bon bons, my hair in curlers (that’d be some feat), with gossip magazines strewn about, watching the pool boy scoop cicadas and other large, imposing dead insects from the swimming area.
The novel is long. But I enjoy reading it. Length plays no factor in whether I enjoy the novel or not. If I see a good story for reading, it can be 10,000 pages. Honest. I’d read it. Even if it took me 2 months to read it. Because I love reading. It’s entertaining.
Lemme give Sandra Brown – she’s the author – a shout out:
The point my blogging tips starved buddies, is this: the post length limiting belief is 1 or 100 or 10,000 or 100,000 limiting beliefs littering your mind. I still have them, the limiting beliefs bit.
Here’s 1 of mine, that I am defeating now.
It’s Impossible to Publish 1 eBook Weekly
I clung to this one for many months. For many moons. Last week I chose to kill it. Dead in its tracks.
I formerly published 15,000 word eBooks. I charged like 8 or 10 bucks, or more? I forget.
Anyway, a few weeks ago I felt an intuitive nudge, one that’d inspire me to kill the limiting belief that I can’t publish 1 eBook weekly.
I dropped prices for my eBooks to $2.99.
I dropped word counts to 10,000 words. Maybe a bit more.
I began publishing eBooks weekly.
Anyway, I cut that limiting belief off at the knees because I was willing to examine it.
A Thorough Inspection Brings One a New, Refreshed Reality
As of this writing, Kelli and I are planning to visit Singapore in a few days. One day deal. We can get a taxi or ride a motorbike to the airport. It’s close by. Since we’re in Jimbaran.
I initially hired a transport. A few factors influenced my decision:
- it’s easier to be driven, than to drive, anywhere
- the distance factor; not too far at all, but not SUPER close
- the police here can be a bit…ummmm….well…..not so much on the up and up (political correct answer)
- not having driven a motorbike to the airport before, it’d be a new experience
After figuring out the cost of being driven to and from the airport, I assessed my decision. Cheap fare no doubt, but I thought, sheeite: if I can save that dough, by riding a motorbike for a few minutes, I probably should.
So I thoroughly inspected my decision to hire a transport/taxi driver, versus if I drove us by motorbike. I uncovered a few key facts.
- We’d be riding the motorbike at 5:30 AM to about 6 AM; this means no traffic whatsoever, and we’d also be highly unlikely to run into any police…..on the way home, we’re riding from 12 AM to 12:30 AM, ditto on the traffic and police
- the distance is not far at all
- it’s literally 4 turns from our place, with most of the trip being on a major highway
- motorbike parking for the day is 1500 ruppiah = 12 cents….yes, 0.12, or 12 cents of a USD
On an honest, objective analysis, I assailed my fears/limiting beliefs/worries about driving the motorbike. So we’ll drive the motorbike, and I’m sure it’ll be a fun, cool, neat experience, versus doing the taxi bit.
Your blogging limiting beliefs will need to be dissected, ala Ry-Dawg dissecting his transport/motorbike limiting beliefs in Bali, for you to face, embrace, analyze those bad boys, and for you to release them.
Personal Development Is the Way
All limiting beliefs are leased; you can trade them in at any time.
As a little, cutesy baby, your mind was not clouded by fear, held captive by limiting beliefs, arrested by the negative ideas impressed on you by those folks around you.
Your limiting beliefs are actually other folk’s limiting beliefs. The secret to releasing these energies is to admit them, to face them, to embrace them and to release them, and all steps are achieved through devout, persistent, personal development.
You know my Power Hour by now. Or if you don’t, here’s the drill: I work on my mindset on waking, for the first hour, of every day. No excuses. No deviating. I know that doing mental homework inspires me to uncover my limiting beliefs so that I can free me and free you.
To be a bit on the conservative side, I had roughly 12,986,078 blogging limiting beliefs 7 years ago, the day I bought my domain and hosting. I recall the sheer panic of not knowing what in the hell I was going to do, to blog, and to succeed. The panic was consistent with me, walking into a 7-11 in Phuket, to find my beloved Pandan rolls sold out.
Yes, it was that bad!
I remember flipping out, telling Kelli I was ready to quit – I am not kidding, ONE day into my online career – because I felt each limiting belief running roughshod through my mind, catching me in their insidious, not too nice, overpowering torrent.
It was like, I took one step to be free and then, my ego wanted me to take 4,345 steps – or a few more – to be bound again. It was not pleasant, at times, this journey, but goodness knows that it’s all been freeing and beyond worth it.
My diligent personal development helped me uproot my blogging limiting beliefs, so I could dive into freeing but uncomfortable actions regularly, to expose these little annoying bitches.
This Stuff Is Freeing but Uncomfortable
Limiting beliefs may try to cling to you, like a little baby koala bear that won’t let go of its mama. This is where the uncomfortable stuff happens. The freeing stuff. You’ll be shedding limiting beliefs left and right after working on your mindset, like a snake that loses its skin. You’ll be required to do some scratching, some itching, some rubbing against rocks, and tough surfaces, to shed the skin, and you may even injure yourself a tiny bit if a soft, vulnerable area of your new skin comes into contact with rough surfaces.
This is OK.
Growing, and freeing yourself, is not necessarily a comfy experience all the time. Many times it may just be agonizing. Roll with it. Living your dream is worth a few uncomfortable moments.
Here are a few limiting beliefs, and if you’re suffering through them, do yourself a favor: be honest about it, so you can free yourself, OK?
1 : Long Blog Posts Are Bad Blog Posts
I chuckled a bit after reading some comments. Turns out, long posts are bad blog posts, based on the length of the posts alone. I admit, I clung to this one for a minute. I recall the old, fearful me, wondering why people would take time out of their busy schedule to read more than a few hundred words of what I had to offer.
People are busy, you know!
Unfortunately, since folks respond to your vibe on a subconscious level, until you clear that limiting belief you’ll write shorter posts and more than that, you’ll never explore the grand, vast potential in you. Maybe you’re destined to write resources, like me? Maybe you’re destined to go in-depth, to wow the living stuffing out of your readers, to not BORE your readers, but to CAPTIVATE them with your helpful, inspired blog posts, all in-depth, all thorough, and all big time resources that people can’t just get enough of.
OK, some people carry stuff. Hell we all do. But one block, or limiting belief, that most folks carry is a general lack of patience. Impatience destroys the most brilliant ventures before such ventures have a chance to get off of the ground. Impatient readers want the tips, the key, the one secret, to blogging success, as quickly as possible. Their *fear* dictates their impatience, and if I allowed that fear to seep into my mind I’d catch the fear virus. Not a good thing.
Instead of fearing the pinings of impatient folks I honor my intuitive nudges, knowing that the joy I experience by creating resources, not blog posts, on a weekly basis, inspires like-minded people who love my resources (masquerading as blog posts) to find me, to read the entire post, to love my work, and to:
- promote my posts for their buddies; many of whom appreciate resources
- comment on my posts
- buy my eBooks
- hire me
This is an inner conviction thingee, the stuff I’m always harping on.
As within, so without. Some wise guy said that. Anyway, if you want to be known as an authority, and if you want to stand out from the crowd, don’t allow other people’s fears to dictate your blogging style.
As for post length, that’s your call. Long could mean 1,000 words, or 4,000 words, or 7,000 words. Test the limits. Get uncomfortable. That’s where all the fun blogging tips are. That’s where the success is.
Google seems to like long posts too; resources do not suck. They concur. Because Google knows value. I gotta agree with those guys. And my intuition. Of course.
The long blog post limiting belief is firmly rooted in some idea, that you choose to cling to, based on your:
- poor self image
- lack of belief in self
- lack of clarity
- resistance to my lifestyle
Trust me on this one; if you feel long blog posts carry little value, that feeling, that belief, comes from within, and it ain’t anchored in some positive, uplifting, prospering, high energy belief.
Gotta be honest with yourself folks. Dig deeper, and you’ll see the value in well-written, longer posts, and you may even start to publish them yourself, to reap the rewards of creating a resource instead of….just a blog post.
If you want to read a KICK Ass long post about starting a travel blog read this one by Aileen, it’s brilliant:
2: Nobody Is Reading My Posts Anyway
“Nobody” I kinda absolute, no? I guarantee that a few folks are reading your posts. Even if nobody is visiting your blog, nobody will become somebody the day you begin to network persistently through:
- blog commenting
- social media marketing; this means, sharing other people’s posts, most of the time
- posting regularly
In the beginning I remember checking my metrics. First time I checked ’em. I heard tumbleweeds, and saw 1 or 2 gunslingers in the distance, so I immediately knew that at least a few cowpokes were on the prowl.
Turns out my metrics verified my suspicion! I received 3 visitors a day.
3 visitors. Imagine that? I was honored, actually, because on a deeper level I believed nobody was reading – or a few folks – so the 3 visitors were seen as a gift, much more than say, 1 blog visitor a day or no blog visitors each day.
A whole slew of bloggers cling to this limiting belief as an excuse to:
- not publish posts regularly
- not comment on authority blogs
- not monetize their blogs
It’s the all too familiar, “why the hell bother because I’m a failure anyway” idea that plagues way too many bloggers, or heck, anybody for that matter.
Here’s my super secret, or painfully obvious solution: feel the fear and do it anyway. Feel the disgust, the pain, the suffering, and the hopelessness, and keep writing.
Even if you pick the most freeing of drivers, you’re human, and you’re subject to believing that you’re wasting your time. Feel the anger, that nobody is reading, and move on to the next moment.
I don’t want you to self flagellate for days or months or years on end. No need to be a blogging masochist. Just feel the misery out, and get over it.
Turbulence on a Flight
As I write these words I’m flying 35,000 feet over the Indian Ocean, from Bali to Singapore. Even though I’ve flown some 70 plus times I am no fan of turbulence. Bouncing around a little bit now; it’s part of the game. I embrace it, and move on to the next moment.
Do the same. Take that limiting belief and hug it. Make peace with it. Publish your next post. Create a detailed, in depth comment on the next authority blog. All things pass, and your readers are finding you. Just pay your tuition, be patient and you’ll be amazed at how your persistence pays off. I’ve seen some amazing spots, some absolute tropical paradises, like Bali and Fiji and Costa Rica and Malaysia, all because I hugged some moments of turbulence.
People will show up, and people will begin reading your blog through consistent, persistent effort.
You’ll be building your business for success (read that excellent post by my friend Don Purdum) by persisting.
Whether you’re using blog commenting and/or social media marketing to be an all over the place blogger you better believe that blogging will be so much easier if you commit to promoting others – and yourself – diligently.
Guys, this one is an out, and a quick out, for quitting. It’s a hopeless limiting belief until you inject a little bit of hope into your being. Doing personal development clears out your demons. Going more in depth on this false idea also reveals that if you choose to commit, fully, to the blogging bit, you will see immense returns over the long haul.
I can’t stress enough how easy this Blogging from Paradise bit grew for me after I was all in.
As an aside, I am currently writing product #18 on Amazon, an eBook about being 1000% committed to your goals. Keep an eye out for it next week.
3: Blog Commenting Is a Waste of Time
I’ve been endorsed by famous people.
I’ve spoken at NYU.
More than that, I’ve lived a freeing, spectacular, inspired life.
The primary tool in my blog marketing arsenal is good old blog commenting.
If you think blog commenting is a waste of time…..how many bloggers do you know who lived in Fiji for 4 months? How many bloggers have traveled to Bali 5 times, or have lived in Costa Rica for 2 months? Not too many, especially when you’re talking full time income earning, permanent digital nomads.
Blog commenting was the marketing tool that made my blog go.
Blog commenting was the strategy that helped me get my foot in the door, with some real heavies.
I wrote the book on blog commenting. Buy it here:
POOR Blog Commenting Is a Waste of Time
I agree with this limiting belief. Poor blog commenting is the biggest waste of time. Ya know what I mean; the comment drive by. The 1 shot deal, the selfish, value-less, brand-busting approach adopted by the blogger who only wants to dip their toes into the blog commenting pool.
Meanwhile, you have champions like Lewis LaLanne, who publishes some of the best comments I’ve ever seen.
Check him out:
The guy gets it. He’s obviously disproved that piddly limiting belief that many meek bloggers cling to.
Speak up! Make an impact. Blog commenting works if you publish genuine, in-depth, valuable, helpful comments on authority blogs, regularly. Show up once weekly. Or a few times weekly. Be memorable.
Get your foot in the door, then kick that freaking door open like Chuck Norris, shattering the wood to splinters, by commenting regularly. Treat comments like content. Think about it; you have a free, easy to use tool to make friends with inspired bloggers, to spread the word about your blog, and to expand your brand awareness. I’d be all over that bad boy. You should be too.
I have a sneaking suspicion that this limiting belief is fueled by poor self worth. Work on your inner game. Spend time rooting up a poor self image. People want to know what you have to say, what you have to share, and if you’re willing to speak the word more frequently you’ll have few issues making a serious impact through blog commenting. Traffic and sales and friendships will be yours my blogging kiddies.
4: Ryan Blogs from Paradise Because He’s Lucky
Did you feel I was lucky 7 years ago, when I was over $60,000 in debt? Or when I didn’t even know what a blog was? Probably not. I knew how to check my email. I knew how to check espn.com. My luck did not change. Nor did a little, pixyish, Blogging from Paradise Fairy choose me for this life, touching me with her magic wand, enchanting me with her spell, lifting me from the dingy, dark, shipping terminals of New Jersey and dropping me in stunningly pristine Savusavu, Fiji.
Life does not work that way.
I worked intelligently and persistently to create this life. No way around that one. I made mistakes. I mucked up. I fell depressed, I picked myself up, I struggled again, I succeeded, and I freed myself. I did so because I knew WHY I wanted to work online, and that was to free myself. A minute into my online career – aka, a HELLUVA long time into my online career – I figured out it may just be a freeing thing, to want to free other people too. So here we are.
I know you may look at my travel pictures with some jealousy; I get it. You may even want to cyber slap me as I cruise into Singapore. I understand that. But you must understand, that this blogging limiting belief will absolutely cripple you, for years, if you don’t let go the idea that some concept of luck played a part in me going from broke joke to globetrotting, full time income earning, professional blogger.
I treat the word “Luck” as a 4 letter word. If I utter it, I see Sister Pasquale rapping me on the knuckles with a ruler, as she did 35 years ago in NJ, during my catholic school days. Treat the concept of “luck” similarly. More importantly, instantly catch yourself before you judge some successful blogger as lucky. Chances are, they went through much more heartache and struggle than you did to create the stunning success that they’re now reaping.
5: I Have No Time to Blog
I had no time to blog, either. Until I set aside time to blog. After I began blogging in earnest, I found something funny: all human beings have access to 24 hours each day, to use as they please. The smart ones use the 24 hours to free themselves. The not too swift ones use the 24 hours to bind themselves.
OK, you know the old me. I made excuses, left and right, explaining away why I could not blog. I actually blogged once every few weeks – if that – as a newbie blogger some 7 years ago. I didn’t have time for blogging. But I did have time to be dumb, sick and broke.
By the way, download Randy Gage’s book:
He’ll kick your ass. But in a nice way.
Fast forward to today: I already set up my blog post for the day, I’ve networked, meditated, did my subliminal hypnotherapy stuff, played with the dogs, am diving into my blog post post and you betcha I’ll have written 6,000 words by day’s end. Chapter of my next Amazon eBook up for writing, my 7,000 word blog post will be set, and we’ll be good to go.
I let go the limiting belief by making time to blog. Every day. I love being free more than I fear doing uncomfortable stuff. That neat little shift created a new life for me. Excuses dissolved. I blogged.
You may be not all in, yet. Like, I am all in. Have been for years. But you’re on the fence. So you make excuses. I’ve been there, and I am here, now, building my day around blogging, and I assure you, going with the latter move helped free me, and that life has been so much sweeter versus the days where I was bound, and full of blogging excuses.
You have 24 hours today. You spend them how you choose to spend them.
Like you may choose to:
- work a job
- buy a home
- start a family
- start your own online blogging business
- become a digital nomad
- travel the world
- blog like a freaking bossy boss
All are choices. All are conscious decisions, made by you, using your will power.
Kelli once aptly said that successful people are viewed like a different species. We even spoke to someone recently who noted how it may have been tough to talk with us because we have so little in common – apparently – with people who live *normal* lives. Yes, and no. We do have so little in common with normal folks yet we tackle many of the same issues. The difference is this; we are not a different species, being blessed with unlimited talents that we were born with, BUT we made a series of freeing but highly uncomfortable decisions that enabled us to live this awesome life.
Like…..Kelli and I build our day around building our blogging businesses to become full time, digital nomads, who have circled the globe for 4 years in a row. We live a freeing life based on a series of freeing decisions we chose to make. Said decisions being highly uncomfortable at times.
Your task: if you cling to this blog strangling limiting belief you’ll never find the time to blog. Before you cling to this excuse make a blanket decision to make a freeing decision.
Here are a few practical tips to MAKE time for blogging:
- write 500 to 1000 words daily, NO MATTER WHAT
- write after waking, before you go to work or watch your kids or go to class…set a strong blogging habit
- revisit the reason why you’re blogging; tie it to being free
- choose a blogging niche you feel passionate about; you’ll make time for that
- release low energy activities if you find yourself putting blogging on the backburner; this means TV and movies and the like has to be put on hold until you completed your blogging duties for the day
I call the shots in my life. I have petted 400 pound tigers in their cages, I have lived on perhaps the most pristine, beautiful island on earth for 4 months and I am living a dream few ever live. Thank GOODNESS I built my day around blogging and around freeing others. I had no time to be dumb, sick and broke, ha.
6: I Have No Money for Buying a Domain and Hosting
Is that true? If so, do you have 4 years to waste online? Do you have 4 years to spend without making 50 cents through your blog? Maybe you’ll do a bit better than the crowd; you’ll rake in enough to score a Happy Meal next month. But this ain’t likely happening.
This limiting belief is particularly insidious. I envision this particular crew of bloggers, the “can’t afford it crowd”, like a bunch of people heading for a swim in the rough waters off of Uluwatu, Bali, wearing handcuffs and a straight jacket. They will drown within seconds. No chance. Online, this blogging crowd will drown within seconds. At least until they decide to take off the handcuffs and straight jacket. Since most bloggers cling to the lame money excuse, you know what happens; they drown for 1, 2 or 5 years, never sniffing north of a few dollars online, destroying their credibility, being at the mercy of Google (Blogger Owner) and any other free platform owner who’s cracking the whip.
Buy a domain. Buy hosting. Gain the trust of your target audience. Brand yourself by choosing your own domain name. Own your online real estate.
What If You’re Struggling Financially?
Well, do you want to struggle for a few more days, or a few more weeks? Or would you rather struggle financially for a few more years. Nut up. Buy a domain. Buy hosting.
Get a part time job. Or, dip into your savings. A domain costs $10 a year. Hosting runs about $10 to $15 monthly, which means you’re talking a little North of $100 to maybe $175 or so.
Cut out these bills:
- weekly nights out to dinner
- etc, etc, etc
You know what fat to trim.
I am spending 6 months in Bali. Don’t ya think it was worth missing Curb Your Enthusiasm weekly after I got rid of cable?
I did push ups and sit ups and neighborhood runs instead of going to the gym. I lived in Fiji for 4 months. Duh!
Cut the crap, trim the fat.
On a side note, if you’re struggling with the having no time issue you NEED TO use tools to make your life easier.
Read this absolutely fabulous, whale of a resource from my friend and superstar blogger Harsh Agrawal, listing 100 powerful blogging tools.
7: I Have No Idea Where to Start?
I spoke to a newbie blogger recently. Said blogger had no idea where to start.
I suggested, here and now.
Lemme tell you about a pudgier, pasty-ass, white boy who spent his evenings in a dark, dank shipping terminal. It’s an enchanting tale. Come in closer.
I worked at the docks. I recall so much ball busting going on at the terminal that Don Rickels would have blushed and retreated from the nasty barbs being traded. These guys could bust cajones.
Anyway, I worked in the type of environment where truckers took baseball bats to one another, fighting over parking spaces. I once spoke to a guy who drove a truck for a few bucks an hour, yet had a degree from MIT. I am not kidding. I also recall a guy threatening to kill people if the traffic didn’t clear up so he could get home to watch his beloved Yankees in the World Series.
The guy blogging today, in paradise, living in Bali, chatting Indonesian with locals, this same chump worked in the wacky, zany environment of a shipping terminal, in the NYC/NJ area.
Do you think I knew where to start? I had no clue in hell. I was blind to blogging. I knew not what a blog was. I had not one entrepreneurial bone in my body. I thought they were all crooks, Bernie Madoff’s all of them, because I was programmed to believe growing up that business people were wheelers and dealers, out to part people from their money.
Do you think I had any idea what I should do first?
So, shut up. Start.
Here’s what you do: buy a domain, and buy hosting for that domain. Own your blog. Start there.
Then, subscribe to Blogging from Paradise. Find that hideous green bar at the top of this page. Type your email address into the form. Then, on the way out, do 2 things:
- don’t let the door hit your behind
- buy 1 Blogging from Paradise eBook on Amazon
That’s where you start.
How are you working through your blogging limiting beliefs?
What limiting beliefs are you letting go?
What tips can you add for cutting through your limiting beliefs?
Call to Action
I am kinda good at uncovering your limiting beliefs. I had no choice; I needed to unearth most of my blogging limiting beliefs to become a proficient, prolific kinda guy. I noted this up top – or somewhere in my eBooks, or hell, I forget where, but I swear, I mentioned it – but if you really, really think about it, imagine how many limiting beliefs I needed to drown out, to uncover, to bitch slap into submission and to root from my subconscious mind, being a broke security guard with no experience online?
It’s one thing to go from being a broke security guard to some similar job. That’s a comfortable transition. However, if you’re jumping from being a broke ass, laid off security guard, to something like, say, a full time, professional, island hopping blogger, you are hella sure that you’ll need to uncover a whole War and Peace worth’s laundry list of limiting beliefs. That’s what I did, and that’s what I do, for you, through my eBooks.
Guys, I admit it; until I put my eBooks exclusively on Amazon I hid away a little bit. I had some limiters there, even while generating solid sales on different platforms.
Those days are OVVAAA! Which is why I’m dedicating a healthy chunk of this post to spread the Blogging from Paradise word on Amazon.
I have heard you, my faithful, loving readers, all of you:
- full time moms
- part time online entrepreneurs
- aspiring travel bloggers
- aspiring travelers
- aspiring full time entrepreneurs
- 9-5 workers
- professional, full time bloggers who want to take their game to the next level
I have likely been just where you are at. I feel your growing pains BUT more importantly, I am excited to feel your dreams, too.
I can sense that you want to be free. I know some of you are jealous, others, damn excited for me, and that growing crew of visitors who are falling in love with my blog and my Amazon eBooks – perfect for Kindle by the way – heck, you can actually SEE yourself living your dreams.
Whether it’s living in Bali for months on end or retiring from the 9-5 job to become a full time, pro blogger, you’re ready for a change.
For you, to help free you, I am publishing 1 Amazon eBook weekly.
You read that right.
Kelli just released me from my straight jacket to make this announcement.
Now, to give you a 411 on my eBooks, they are:
- the price of a cup of coffee (or the price of a nutritious meal in Bali….told you, you should live here!)
- fun, easy reads (ironically, an Amazon employee who read 3 of my hardcover books – during my wedding party – noted this, so I wanted to share it with ya)
- chock full of practical tips that I have used to create a freeing, dream-type, inspired lifestyle
- are applicable for beginner to expert level bloggers
- may make ya cry out loud laughing if you love a good travel story
- are best bought in 2’s or 3’s, because once you gobble one up, you’ll want a quick fix for the next one
Those are a few reasons.
Guys, I want to wean you off of my blog posts a little teeny weeny bit slowly but surely. Not because I am closing up this blog anytime soon; you’ll get your resource-sized post weekly, for free. But because I am accessing a monstrously large search engine where a gazillion folks can find me, each time I upload a book to Amazon.
I want you to have convenient, easy to download resources for your mobile devices.
Or for your Kindle.
Even if you don’t have a Kindle you can download my eBooks quickly and easily on Amazon with the Kindle Cloud Reader, a free download through Amazon.
By follow my author page on Amazon you’ll be able to publish customer reviews which will help my eBooks and books – I have those too – rank a whole bunch higher, which also helps more folks find my books, which helps me free more folks. It’s win-win, for all of us.
Remember dudes and dudettes; I want to take you with me.
I can best help you face, embrace and release your limiting beliefs to free ya through these easy to download, easier to read, handy Kindle books. That’s why I’d love for ya to spend a bunch more time on Amazon, and that’s why I am writing an 800 word call to action devoted to getting your fanny over there on that network, the network that that Jeff guy thought of a while back, that’s become pretty dang successful.
Get alerts whenever I release a new eBook so you can gobble it up pronto.
As I noted, keep subscribed here for your new blog posts but spend more time reading through and reviewing my eBooks on Amazon. The Blogging from Paradise library is growing weekly. Receive notification whenever I publish a new eBook and spread the word for me so we can help a whole new group of bloggers blog from paradise.
Until next time….enjoy paradise.
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