Friday, August 30, 2013

10 Reasons why I think you should blog.

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            Over the course of many years, I had many hobbies roller skating, swimming, video games, just to name few. But none of these has influenced my life as writing did. It has truly changed me and the way how I live. But I thought that writing is somewhat old fashioned, so what is today’s way of doing it.
The answer perhaps is Blogging.
            I started blogging yesterday and I am too excited to post something new that’s why I have a new post for all of you. Today’s post is about giving you reasons why to blog, before that let me tell you how I came up with this post. I told my friends that I have started blogging, few said “good job” but mostly asked “Why?”, I said “Why Not?”. So here are 10 reason why I think you should blog.

10 Reasons why I think you should blog.

1.    It’s free: You can start your own blog today without spending a single paisa, why should you not give a try to a good habit which has INR 0 investment.

2.    You’ll become a better writer: Writing is like recording your thoughts on paper, you will eventually improve your skills which will help you to bring your thoughts on paper more efficiently. Becoming a better has no harm but lots of benefits for all your life, whether it is writing a book, creating a presentation, making a resume.

3.    You’ll become a better thinker: Since writing is like recording your thoughts on paper, you will start thinking more and more, this will encourage you to think deeper. You will start involving in matters of life and current situations around you and your country. An active brain is always a profit.

4.    It acts as a personal diary: Since our first grade our teachers, guardians and many other elders are suggesting us to maintain a dairy, and we tried too but our constant procrastination played its game very well. Blogging is your chance, maintaining a personal diary trains us to gain personal growth. Blog is a digital record, it cannot be stolen, lost, forgotten at a hotel room, or destroyed, it is with you all the time.

5.    You’ll meet new people around the world: Be it your subscribers, followers, fans, or the people that comment on your posts, you will be surprised to see how fast you meet new people. The blogging world is very friendly and is always encouraging you to succeed.

6.     It’ll lead to healthier life habits: Blogging requires time, devotion, commitment, and discipline. And just to be clear, those are all good things to embrace – they will help you get the most out of your days and life. And even if new habits don’t personally appeal to you, blogging will provide opportunity for new life habits to emerge in yours.

7.    You’ll make some money: You don’t need to make money to enjoy blogging. In fact, sometimes making money from your blog can actually start to distract you from the joy that you found in the first place. That’s all myths, it’s always about money, honey !, whether you make INR 20/month or 20,000/month, it’s always nice to have a hobby that actually pays you back.

8.    You’ll inspire others: Blogging not only changes your life, it also changes the life of the reader. And because blogs are free for the audience and open to the public, on many levels, it is an act of giving. It is a selfless act of service to invest your time, energy, and worldview into a piece of writing and then offer it free to anybody who wants to read it. Others will find inspiration in your writing… and that’s a wonderful feeling.

9.    You’ll become more confident: Blogging will help you discover more confidence in your life. You will quickly realize that you do live an important life with a unique view and have something to offer others.

10.  You’ll become more comfortable being known: Blogging introduces yourself to the world. It causes you to articulate the life you live and the worldview behind the decisions that you make. Whether you have 1 reader or 10,000, the blogging process opens up your life to those on the outside. It is a good exercise in human-existence to be known by others. Over time, you’ll reveal more and more of yourself to the outside world… and you’ll be excited to find a world that relates to you and enjoys hearing your story

Unfortunately, at this point, many will choose not to blog (or write at all) based on the faulty reasoning that they “have nothing to say.” But to that line of thinking I always respond the same way… maybe you just haven’t discovered yet what you have to say.

That’s all for today folks.

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