As writers and content creators, we all seem to have something in common besides from the obvious.
Sure, we all write about things we have interest in or provide professional tips based on our specialties, but there is something more than that. We all have a sixth sense to embrace everything that happens to us. When we learn something new and we share it. When we have an extraordinary experience, we share it. When we hear a story from some one or see them doing amazing things that inspire us, we share it.
I’m not talking about sharing on Facebook, I am talking about sharing with communities that care.
As a photographer and video specialist, I love sharing about recent projects, equipment and apps I love to use, and how life can bring us to where we want to be. As writers and bloggers, we see something in our life that has value that many people may just pass by and think,
Well that’s pretty neat, but who really cares?
We do. Bloggers do. Our readers do, that is why we embrace all of those things. Whether it is an awesome new plugin, an enhanced development code, or a life lesson we embrace them and share them with communities that care. We make our communities better by sharing what we embrace.
Not only do readers appreciate it, but other bloggers do as well. Not everyone sees the same things the same way or lives the same life as you. That is why we have the responsibility to become good at the art of embracing all that we know and see. It’s really a win-win situation.
We create great content, our readers love it, and our communities continue to grow and become stronger. Whether we embrace the sunrise or our favorite new app, we all seem love the details in our life. Sometimes thought we can feel a little less inspired, so I am here to give you a bit of advice on how to stay creative with your content.
Tips on Embracing for Better Blogging:
- If you use a checklist for the day go through it at the end of the day and see what you were able to accomplish. Sometimes you forget how simple and inspiring success can be.
- If you don’t use a checklist, that’s cool. Just try to reflect on the day and think about how it could be a great story to share.
- Have you recently added any tools to your “belt”? Many of us want to know how you like using new resources and why you love or hate them.
- Are there recent events in your life that have motivated you to do new projects or fix current problems? Tell us how and why?
- Talk with your family or friends about what you have been doing in your work and your life. Sometimes they provide the best solutions or comfort for stressful times. Sharing their solutions is embracing them!
What are some of the ways that you embrace your days and how do you share them with your communities?