I stumbled around and fumbled around for a long time after I started my blog.
For the first nine months I was inconsistent and confused. Then I realized how many great business benefits I was realizing through the blog and decided I’d better get serious about it.
I became more dedicated and disciplined, which paid off, because the only way you’re going to get good at blogging is to practice.
Without question, my biggest obstacle to consistent blogging was time. It still takes time, of course, but today I can deliver a lot more content for a lot less time than I did a few years ago.
Here are some ideas you can use to cut your blogging time in half:
1. Never face a blank screen.
Here’s the most important thing you must do to cut your writing time: Never, ever face a blank screen.
Your biggest time-waster is deciding what to write about or wasting time writing something mediocre and then scrapping it. You have to eliminate that waste, and it’s easy to do.
You must be disciplined in two areas.