Today is Day six of my full month blogging challenge.
What I would like to write about today is keeping going even when you’re bored.
Look, there is a lot to learn for all of us in doing most things on the Internet. However, at some point you’ll learn how to do a particular activity and you may get bored of it. I certainly do. That’s when it can start to feel like work. Doing something that is boring is like your day job. Necessary, but not always as much fun as you would like!
So when that time comes – and it does come – you have to keep pushing yourself to keep doing the things that are necessary for growth. You don’t have to enjoy doing them, you just have to do them.
Are there any tricks for making boring activities enjoyable? Well I
Well, it’s getting harder to post each day, because avoiding repetition is hard work.
But there is a certain reality to finding new topics to write about. They are all around us. You have only to read the news, watch some tv (especially adverts), or listen to the radio. You’ll find hundreds, if not thousands of topics to write about.
Today I’d like to talk about a general topic that is quite important to me. It’s the question of which expert to believe. I’m very interested in health related information and I read it avidly. The problem is, the so-called ‘experts’ contradict each other every day.
So if you’re just a regular person, like me, how do you know which expert to ‘trust’, or ‘follow’? I guess there’s no simple formula for answering that question and that’s part of the problem.
If we skip from health topics and move to the “internet marketing” world, the same question applies. Expert A says to do A, expert B says to do B, which is the opposite. They can’t both be right – surely?
Well here’s the thing. Actually, they