It can be easy to set blog related goals.
You want so many followers on Instagram, so many pageviews on your blog each month, and a certain amount of income flowing your way.
But do you set personal development goals each year?
If you’re trying to seperate your blog from your personal life, you might be in for a rude awakening.
I believe that your personal life and your work life dramatically affect each other.
Because I’ve seen it first hand!
If things aren’t going well in my personal life, my business typically isn’t doing well either.
If I work out in the morning I’m more focused and productive. Compared to when I start the morning on social media, I’m more likely to spend most of the workday on Instagram.
These 2 things are so intertwined.
And it’s important to realize that your blog’s success has a lot to do with YOU!
Here are some ideas on personal development goals you can set in 2019:
You get the picture.
I received the same message almost every month asking me how I did it.
How in just 1 year, I went from a beginner blogger and full-time employee at a digital marketing company to a part-time freelancer and full-time blogger – working for myself.
Just 1 year after starting my blog I was able to leave my full-time position to work for myself.
Well, I worked my butt off, of course!
I set realistic goals for myself. Created a plan to achieve them. Worked every day to improve my blog.
Read a lot of self help books. Bought an online course.
And crushed my goals in less than 1 year.
But if you really want more information, then you need to check out my Blog Hustler ebook.
In this book, you’ll find all of the strategies and secrets I used to grow my blog dramatically in just 90 days.
So if you’re looking for some real growth. And some real, no BS strategies to do it… then you need to get your hands on The Blog Hustler!
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Cathrin (Cath) creates content that encourages bloggers & online entrepreneurs to be themselves, chase their passion, and create their success online. 1 year after started her blog (TheContentBug.com), Cath left her full-time position working in the digital marketing industry to pursue her dreams of being her own boss. In weekly blog posts, sporadic YouTube videos, and constant talking on Instagram stories, Cath hopes to spread her story and be an inspiration to others who desperately want to change their lives.