With the passage of time, I have taken on more challenges and responsibilities and this has led to time itself becoming more of a precious commodity. There just doesn’t seem to be enough time in the day/week/month to complete all the tasks that I set myself. This perceived lack of time has seen me not meeting various targets which including publishing at least one blog post a week.
That said, a couple of days ago or so, I tweeted about Natalie Sisson’s 30 Day Blog Challenge and she responded to it by asking me if I was going to take part. My response to her question was that I already had a lot on my plate and probably wouldn’t be able to commit to it. Her response to that (below) changed my mindset on a number of things and got me thinking that I can do it. That said, I’ve decided that I do have the time and I will be taking part in the challenge. Not only will it get me into a blogging groove, it will be a learning experience!
— Natalie Sisson (@nataliesisson) August 7, 2013
The 30 Day Challenge
The challenge is perfect for anyone who wants to create a successful online business as it aims to inspire entrepreneurs to build a blueprint for the business and that lifestyle to suite. Each day, Natalie will be publishing posts that contain a wealth of knowledge and tips that you can apply to build your business and reach those lifestyle goals. The posts will also include a call to action that you respond to via a blog post or vlog.
More details on the challenge can be found here
About Natalie Sisson – The Suitcase Entrepreneur
Natalie, is a Kiwi entrepreneur and adventurer who has a passion for building online businesses. She recently released a book, The Suitcase Entrepreneur which outlines the ins and outs of setting up an online business that will eventually give you more time, money and freedom.