I was South of the Border.
In Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Strange combo. Because how could you be in Mexico and Thailand simultaneously?
I *SAW* South of the Border. Or, below the belt.
His spring peeper stared me dead in the eye.
Twig and berries waving in the breeze.
To add more zest to this other-worldly scene, the man displaying his wares wore a cape.
A man wearing a cape. And nothing else.
He lazed on the bed sideways. Like a pin-up.
Make no mistake about it; this was no run of the mill, Patong pervert.
I had stopped by his room to chat spirituality. And fitness.
The cape-wearing, junk in the wind flapping, colorful character had suffered a horrific wound some 40 years prior. He made a miraculous recovery.
Sometimes though, he wasn’t bothered by stuff us folks obsessed with social protocols may bat an eyelash at. That, and he did still suffer from a bit of brain damage.
After I got a wink at the wanker I decided to creative an invisible barrier below my eyes, looking over a imagined ledge, like Wilson from Home Improvement fame.
Had to do it. To have a clear, focused discussion with the Peter North of super heroes.
Out of the 200 Million Plus Blogs Online….
….you will never read another story like this. Ever. At least on a blogging tips blog.
Not because of the experience itself. Although I gander few have spiritual discussions with a man wearing a cape and nothing else.
Nope; you’ll not read another story like this because I write – and blog – in my own voice.
I could be blogging about how I broke up fights behind Coptic Christian Egyptians at my prior job. Or how I methodically scraped gum from desks during my summer job as a janitor.
The experience matters not. How I paint the picture, or tell the story, makes me stand out from the hundreds of millions of blogs online.
The question remains; how in the Hades can you write in YOUR unique blogging voice? How can you weave authentic, colorful tales? How can you stand out in a crowded blogging niche?
How can you have loads of fun, inspire your readers and kill it, blogging business wise?
Ya gotta find your blogging voice.
Are You Sick of Blogging for Crickets?
If you get no/little:
blogging cash flow
…chances are, you’re having a tough time making the shift. The shift from being one of the blogging sheeple to being a blogging dynamo.
The type of gal or guy who blogs in their own voice.
From Pain to Pleasure
God I know how much it hurts to *not* blog in your voice. Regurgitating stuff like a parrot feels pretty fake. About as authentic as an imitation sweet treat in SE Asia. (Yes, I once enjoyed a package of “Stereos” branded to bite off of “Oreos.”)
Struggles. No blogging dough. No readers. Because peeps can get the same experience by reading any 1 of the hundreds of millions of plain Jane, 3rd person speaking, average blogs online.
But if you can make the shift from this imitating, parroting pain to blogging in your own voice, wow does this journey become pleasurable.
The outside success rocks. Increased income. Rabidly loyal community of minions. Whole 9 yards. But even better, you’ll be comfortable in your own blogging shoes, because you’ll be at peace with blogging like only how you can blog.
And Now the eBook
If you want your readers to finish reading your blog posts and say:
“Damn this blogger is awesome!”
….I wrote an eBook to help you cut through the head games, the limiting beliefs, the mental blocks, the fear of criticism, the fear of failure and any negative energies that prevent you from blogging in your own authentic, one in a billion voice.
So far it’s received 36 five star reviews on Amazon.
Readers are loving the fact that this eBook gives them permission to become a hyper successful blogger – or author – even if they’re writing in their raw and uncut, unpolished, REAL voice.
I know how much it sucks to be an unknown blogger, an automon following a herd of average blogging sheeple.
I also know how to find your one of a kind writing voice, so you can be featured on Richard Branson’s Virgin blog, Forbes, and so you can speak about blogging at prestigious NYU.
I jammed a slew of practical tips into this eBook to assist you in snagging your writing voice and never letting it go.
Why Grab the eBook?
B*tch slap one of your biggest writing fears; the fear of criticism
Identify and use your one of a kind writing voice in days or weeks; versus years, like old dummy me
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Use the practical tips I stuffed in the eBook to shine so brightly that you’ll become a recognized, trusted voice in your blogging or writing niche
If you’re beyond excited to express yourself fully through your blog and if you’re ready to have loads of fun blogging from your heart:
Share this eBook with all of your friends and if you liked it leave a 5 star review on Amazon.
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