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11 Time Management Lessons Every Blogger Should Learn

July 10, 2020 | by Admin

Time Management Lessons Every Blogger Should Learn

you ever feel like you’ve been fighting a losing war against time? Desperately
wanting to make meaningful progress with the growth of your blog-just to run
out of time constantly? I will share some harsh truths you need to hear in this
article, and some important lessons that will allow you to make the most of
your time.
1-Your friend is time (never your enemy)
you still think you don’t have enough time – there’s never going to be enough
time. Why? For what? Because thoughts transform into objects. Of course not
actual objects but how we think about something can have an impact on how we
feel about it. And in terms of time this is extremely true. The deal: Time is a
constant. It is neither bad nor good. It’s what it is-an unchanging force. And
if you stop trying to fight a time-losing battle, you’ll be far more
the alternative, then?
saying “I don’t have enough time” or “I’m too busy”-take
time for what it is. This will sound a little ‘out there’ but it does work. I
once raced around like a lunatic and repeatedly screamed the words ‘I don’t
have enough time’ – generally preceded or followed by ‘aaaaaah!! ‘My
productivity eventually deteriorated and my levels of stress went through the
roof. I was still nervous because I couldn’t recognize the constraints of my
was something I had to offer so I took a step back and reframed the way I
thought about time (and spoke). My stress levels gradually decreased and my
productivity levels improved. I became less aggressive and calmer. As a result,
I started seeing my company progress faster. When you stop portraying time as
some kind of challenge in your mind – you’ll feel calmer, less anxious and more
normal progress will come.
2 – Establish realistic expectations
is almost finite. And while I’m sharing some strategies to make the most of
your time, it’s important you’re setting realistic expectations. Unless you’re
Dr. Strange, chances are that through sheer willpower you won’t be able to warp
just so much you can achieve. So, when you set goals try to give yourself some
breathing room. It takes time to build a blog, and make it successful. And, I
know, it’s easy to see some crazy, impressive income reports and think
“well, I can do that for sure? “Then, when progress is slow, become
the reality is that these individuals have been grafting to grow their blog for
years. Some of them have released thousands of blog posts, videos, and other
content styles. And, of course, there are others who may show fairly rapid
progress but often forget to mention their over 10 years of marketing
experience. So keep pace. Give yourself enough time to grow your blog, and keep
that motivation more likely. And as a result, you will have more chance of
succeeding. Many people fail because they leave too early.
3-Make your final goal clear
need to know where you’re going before you can develop your blogging strategy.
You need to keep in mind a simple end goal. Something to push for. Most
bloggers tend to aim for a monthly amount of the dollar that fits well because
it’s specific and measurable. This number can be as high as you want, but
remember what I said earlier about your expectations – be rational. The
important part is to be aspiring to have something unique.
the goal is too loose and open ended, you ‘re never going to reach it, because
you’re never going to be 100 % sure what you’re aiming for. If your goal is to
earn your blog money just fill in a monthly dollar figure. Even if you’re
re-evaluating your goal in the future, it ‘s critical to have one anyway.
4-Map the most effective way to achieve your goal
in mind your ultimate goal, you need to plan a strategy that will enable you to
achieve that goal in the most efficient way possible. Other growth strategies
will allow you to get there faster.
example, if you compare that to a blog monetizing with courses + affiliate
links, monetizing a blog with AdSense would probably be rather slow. Especially
since you can hire affiliates to sell you courses. With addition to the
monetization techniques, you should also consider the efficacy of traffic
strategies. And, for affiliate offers SEO will be a great traffic driver but
this type of traffic will be less likely to click on advertising. So be sure to
take that into account when preparing your strategy.
5-Take less time to complete tasks
relates to what I said earlier. While with your goals you need to be practical,
you also need to avoid giving yourself so much time that you lack a sense of
urgency. Job expands to fill in the amount of time we owe it. Give it less
time, and get the work done faster.
6 – Use time-batching to achieve more in less time
know some bloggers every so often spend an hour or two on their blog. There’s
nothing wrong with that. You have to take what works for you. Personally I find
that if I block 4-8 hours at a time to work on my blog, I can make more
I spend 30-60 minutes every couple of days, it takes me too long to get into
what I’m doing (unless it’s something simple like handling social media, etc.)
Note: make sure to take a break every 30 minutes.
7-Sort your working environment
you ever notice that the amount of clutter in your work environment increases
your stress levels? Back in the days of my marketing agency, I thought I had to
keep my foot down to the floor (so to speak) and go flat out 100% of the time.
As rough as I could probably. As a consequence, I would be confused and
disorganized in my work environment – which resulted in lower productivity
8 – Don’t let tasks turn into gremlins
few years ago, I began writing a blog post. My plan for the post got out of
control. I ‘scope creeped ‘myself and I hit a creative roadblock. The post
became a bit of a problem for me and it turned into a bit of an article about
back, it was entirely irrational to see it as something of a question. So I
went back to the post 18 months later, rewrote it and finished it in an
afternoon. So I wondered what the real hell I was missing. Here’s the lesson:
If you’re ever feeling like putting off something – take on that job as soon as
you can.
9 – Step off the ‘endless planning’ hamster wheel
bloggers, it’s easy to get sucked into overwhelming information and get so
distracted by all the strategies we could use, that we’re making very little
progress. To solve this issue the best way is to build a simple strategy and
just go for it.
consider yourself second. Avoid distractions, and act as quickly as possible.
The more progress you make the less you’ll feel overwhelmed.
10-Maintain a healthy balance between work and life
you’ve been looking at Instagram for a lot of time, you ‘re likely to have come
across those accounts that promote grinding and hustling over any kind of work
balance. Personally – I think over the long term this strategy can be
dangerous. Why? For what? For far too long I did the grind and hustle. I ‘d
leave the house at 8 am during the week, open a team office, deal with customers,
etc. Normally I would get back about 7 pm, cook my garbage food as I was
exhausted and work on the Blogging Wizard.
would split my time with a few friends between the Blogs at the weekends. There
was no balance between work and life at all. I got one equipment: go. And,
right up to the moment I wasn’t, I felt I was winning. Don’t ignore your
personal and healthy life, take it from me.
11 – Scale outsourcing
of the best ways to release your time is to start externalization. Yeah, you
usually can’t do this when you just start off. But outsourcing is a great way
to save time and make rapid progress as long as you can justify it.
days, almost anything can be outsourced:
  • Content
  • Blog
  • Blog
  • Proofreading
  • Graphic
  • Content
  • SEO…and
    so on.

found it hard to outsource in the early days. My own things I enjoyed doing and
I hated spending money. It didn’t make much sense to spend so much time on what
I did not like and wasn’t healthy. I’m only writing a short for a few minutes –
send this in an email and send back images the next day. Plain. Simple. But
more than just the tasks you dislike, you can outsource.
example, you will need other writers to support you if you want to turn your
blog into a digital publication. So, how are these functions outsourced? You
can take the route of hiring an agency, but by hiring freelancers you can get
more for your money. See the freelance work pages for our post.
not easy to build a profitable blog, but it can be done with a smart, patient
and dedicated approach. Take this course and use it to refine the time
management strategy. The lessons have profoundly influenced me and I’m sure
they are going to do the same for you.


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