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Why You Should Blog and How to Get Started Quickly

I’m a strong believer that everyone should start a blog. I understand the resistance to committing to it, to getting out there in the conversation, to possibly failing or feeling like you have nothing to say. I was talking to a close friend the other day who was giving me a hard time for my more technical blog posts: Everyone has something to say: it hasn’t all been said before! Here are three reasons you should start blogging now: It clarifies your thinking. I’ve found that since I’ve started blogging on productivity I’ve implemented more of the principals I’ve blogged about because I’ve created clarity around those principals or thoughts in my own mind. It puts you in the conversation…

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But It’s Already Been Said Before

I talked with a cousin this past thanksgiving that I hadn’t seen in a while. She stands out from the crowd: she’s traveled to remote Indian villages, traveled around the country in a RV with her husband for the entire summer, wants to move to Italy and work on a farm for a summer. Adventurous, smart, unique, rustic, etc. I love listening to her stories, so do most people she encounters. She’s wanted to start a blog for a while. “Everything has already been said before. Who wants to read me?” is what’s preventing her from committing. I’ll admit, this is something I’ve struggled with too. There is so much noise out there that it seems like another blog or article is just adding to the mess of the blogosphere…

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