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What Stops You from Taking Consistent Blogging Action?

Fear.

Never trust your ego. Do not listen to it. Ego lists all reasons imaginable for not taking consistent blogging action. Explanations pour out, centering on laziness, perhaps a general lack of desire, and all manner of excuses under the blogging sun. But at the end of the day, fear is the sole reason why you do not take consistent blogging action. Fear is the only reason you do not create and connect on a daily basis. Fear is the single problem, the root cause of every single blogging issue you ever experienced. Either nudge into fear and feel the energy to proceed in that direction or turn around after cowering to fear. You choose. You decide. Fear awaits. Either nudge into it and dissolve it or turn around the split second you feel the energy or even think about the energy.

Thinking and acting like a success alerts you to your fears. Imagine feeling quite successful right now, well before you experience much success. Ideas knock on your mind’s door. One such idea goads you to write a guest post. But fear arises immediately on pondering the idea. Fears of wasting time, wasting energy, being criticized and a general distaste for doing something exposing you to more people, all invade your being. One moment, you feel good. The next moment, fear floods into your mind, alerting you to every reason why you do not move into consistent, generous, successful blogging action. Either turn around and fail or proceed to succeed.  Know that if you refuse to face fear it’ll be the biggest blogging mistake you ever make. Trudge into fear. Feel it. Release it. Move into consistent action, forming a rock solid foundation for your blogging campaign.

Moving into action consistently means moving into fear consistently. Never get lost in analysis paralysis. Ego tries keeping you busy with analysis to dissuade you from facing, feeling and releasing deep fears we all need to release in order to reach our next stage of blogging growth.  Begin telling your story, too.  Telling your story often makes you squirm in discomfort because most bloggers fear telling their stories. Self conscious energies arise. Worthiness issues arise. All manners of fear arise the moment you even consider telling your story but these fears need to be felt and released to have confidence and clarity enough to succeed.

Fear is the sole reason why you do not create and connect consistently. Nothing else stops you save your own fear, that you refuse to face. Face the fear, feel it, embrace the discomfort, and proceed to do whatever you fear doing. Consistency awaits. Persistence awaits. All sweet blogging success awaits for bloggers who willingly sit with, feel and release fears because all actions on the other side of fear lay the foundation for your successful blogging campaign.

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2 thoughts on “What Stops You from Taking Consistent Blogging Action?”

  1. Sathish Arumugam

    Ryan,

    Sure, this article will help-out new bloggers to throw out their fear to yield success. Not being steady, we might hesitate to take some strong decisions at times. Fear should not lead in such critical cases. Thanks for the motivation, Ryan!

  2. Ryan,

    Sure, this article will help-out new bloggers to throw out their fear to yield success. Not being steady, we might hesitate to take some strong decisions at times. Fear should not lead in such critical cases. Thanks for the motivation,

    Ryan!

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