Student bloggers; I salute you.
Keeping up with your studies while blogging feels challenging sometimes.
Being fully committed to both studying and blogging is the way to school and blogging success.
You do not find time to blog; you make time to blog.
Student bloggers succeed for 2 clear, distinct reasons:
- they blog mainly to have fun
- they engage in some energy management ritual
Why does studying and blogging feel so hard? Fear.
Fear all but vanishes if you blog your passion and manage your energy. Fear disappears, you get clear and rock out your studies and your blog.
Follow these tips to become a successful blogger…..and successful student.
1: Know Why
Some people believe I am super human. I wrote and self-published 126 eBooks. I created thousands of posts. I wrote over 50,000 blog comments. I created thousands of videos. All while circling the globe.
How? I love what I do.
Blog on a niche you feel passionate about so you study and blog every single day. Passionate student bloggers spend most of their time and energy studying and 1-2 hours blogging daily because you make room for what brings you:
I worked/blogged daily for 3-4 years because I blog/have fun daily for 3-4 years. See how that works?
During a 38 hour trip to India – LONG layovers, flights, etc – I wrote 20 blog posts. Passion produces insane energy levels.
Passion. Gotta have it guys to blog and study, rocking out both activities.
2: Manage Your Energy
Every single blogging struggle is fear. Fear is an illusion. Illusions are not real. Only love is real.
Managing your energy through:
- deep yin yoga
helps you face, feel and release fear. Releasing fear inspires you to step into success. You make time for studies. You make time for blogging. Case closed.
Spend 30-60 minutes managing your energy. Pick 1-3 activities from the above list. Clear your inner world of deep fears and life – including school and blogging – becomes easier.
3: Follow Established Pros
Ankit Singla is a rocking pro blogger who offers sound advice.
- inspires you
- supports you
- helps you
- teaches you sound blogging advice that works
to help you build a successful blog while living the busy life of a full time student.
Follow pros. Make your blogging time count by doing what works and by not doing what does not work.
4: Invest Money in Blogging Resources
Guys; if you are cramming for finals and have 20 minutes for blogging today, what seems easier to do:
- reading chapters from my eBook, a blueprint for building a successful blog?
- trying to get blogging advice through a collection of blog posts, spending precious time and energy searching, jumping in and out of blogs?
Incredibly busy students who blog are wise to invest money in blogging blueprints to get the full enchilada, the complete answer, the foundation to follow right now, to:
- save their time
- save their energy
- stop wasting their time on silly strategies or incomplete posts
- pay their blogging success tuition
- make more money down the road, starting blogging the right way
You may only have 20-30 minutes today, as a new blogger and full time student, to study blogging. Invest in your education. Make it count. Buy a blogging blueprint to succeed as a blogger and student.
5: Create and Connect
Create helpful content on your blog.
Connect with bloggers in your niche by commenting on their blogs and by promoting them on social media.
This step is SO EASY if you follow the prior steps. This step is SO HARD if you skip any of the prior steps.
Most student bloggers struggle because they:
- blog just to make some money (no passion)
- do zero energy management
- follow no pros
- make money excuses and refuse to invest in eBooks or courses
The blogging work appears hard because you did not prepare yourself to be successful, but gets easy when you prepare yourself to be successful.
Create and connect to become a super successful student blogger, because your generous creating and connecting forms the foundation for your success.
No need to take a gazillion steps guys.
Successful blogging as a student is simple but sometimes highly uncomfortable.
Follow these steps to knife through your fears.
Rock out your blog and studies.
If you want to become a full time blogger you can buy my eBook here:
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