If the answer is no then why not?
I understand that you might think that you have nothing to say but by starting a blog you do start to track your online journey and leave a record there for the future. The more you blog the better you writing skills become and the easier you’ll find it.
It doesn’t matter if you only talk about how you only made $10 and spent $40, lay out your successes and your failures. Talk about the tools you use and what works and what doesn’t . Believe me people are interested and 2 or 3 years down the line when you have a few hundred posts and are making $500 a day before you get out of bed people will be reading your blog for insights and inspiration.
I regularly look back at my posts from the past and marvel at how much i’ve learned, when I made that first blog post on August 4th 2006 did I think i’d still be blogging 5 and a half years later .. NO! But a blog is more than just a collection of posts It’s actually like having your own Psychiatrist, putting things on a public blog focus’s your mind and helps you realize what you want to do and what you want to achieve.
Internet Marketing is all about dropping seeds everywhere, some never sprout but others grow into fruit bearing trees, and a blog and your blog posts are just a few more seeds that you drop. I could bore you with long lists on people who make money online who wouldn’t be where they are today without their blogs.
A blog can also be a stepping stone to a much better place. It can open doors for you that wouldn’t normally be opened. Do you think that Pat Flynn thought to himself “If I start blogging I’ll be asked to speak at Blog World” when he wrote his first blog post in 2008 http://www.smartpassiveincome.com/why-i-will-quit-my-job-for-a-passive-income/ ? When he was writing that first blog post do you think he thought that he’d be earning $60,000 a month in January 2012.
I am equally sure that if you asked him he would say that updating his blog regularly has kept him on track and driven him forward, and it’s without a doubt the corner stone of his current business.
It’s the same for me, A personal blog helps to keep you focused and make you accountable to yourself and your readers, and future readers.
So get out there and start a blog, at the end of the post you’ll see links to some of the members of WPG who have created blogs and who are documenting their progress…check them out you’ll be wiser for doing so!
Finally huge congratulations to everyone who has completed month 1 of the 2012 challenge ($0 to $10,000 a month with a new business) The first target was $100 and a big lump of Kudos must go to Paul Nicholls who more than doubled this months target. Next months target is $200 and I am sure we’ll have some great results to report as several income streams are starting to come online.
If you have a personal Blog then why not leave a comment below and make sure to click on the comment Luv button, that will then dispaly your last post for everyone to see… Don’t bother if you are a spammer, I check each comment personally!