Made You Look.
June 24, 2012,
You are more likely to look when you see the word “You” because it gives the appearance that the writer is directing a topic to “You”. I am.
But what I really want to know is what made you look? What attracts “You” to the blog post and what do “You” want to read more of?
I challenged myself to 6 months of blogging daily. This is roughly 204 posting. Each newly written. No re-blogging. The reason behind the challenge is that I have never liked writing. I took me nearly 5 years just to complete my first book, and I was only a co-author. You want to know whats worse? It’s taking me almost just as long to re-read the whole thing once it was published. It is not because the book isn’t good. I did not enjoy reading equally as much as I did not enjoy writing. Because I am a speaker, I thought that it was best to hone the natural talent, the low hanging fruit. I must admit my surprise in discovering that I have the ability to do both the verbal and written forms of motivating.
I notice that when I tell a story of a true life experience rather my own or someone else, readership is up. The more dramatic the story the greater the readership. I have 181 more post to go and I want to hear comments from you the viewers. What makes you look? What do you want to read more of?
- My mission for the blog: To promote the power of positive thinking.
- My purpose: To enhance both my writing and speaking skills as I prepare to be one of the best International Motivational Speakers the world has ever heard. To enhance my writing and prepare myself to write a series of truly inspiring real life story books, to be used to enhance the mind an compel others to go after their life’s greatest dreams.
- Vision: January 2013, the year of “Determination!” To speak and write full-time and increase my national and international presence on the speaking platform. To write and distribute a New York Times Bestselling Book.
- The goal: To reach 1000 viewers per month. Each month accumulating, until 6000 viewers have been reached within 6 months.
I wrote the vision. I made it clear. 2012 is my year! Dedicated..determined..done.
I wrote the vision. I made you look. Thank you for reading. Now write your vision. Make it plain. Make it clear. Let the readers know about your up and coming year.
Tomorrow’s Post: Too Little. Too Fast!