I rarely write personal updates, but it feels like right now is a perfect time for one.
Many of you already know why I didn’t publish any new articles at BloggerJet in the last 6 months. But many still don’t.
So let me shed a little bit of light on what happened, as well as give you an idea of what will happen next. Read more…
How many perks do you get when you learn something before anyone else does?
Just share that new knowledge with others and you’ll position yourself one step ahead.
Yet there’s so much information that it’s absolutely impossible to keep up and always stay at the top of your game.
And you probably have some work that needs to be done, right?
So how do you find the balance? Read more…
Do you love case studies?
I bet you do!
You get the detailed instructions on executing a certain strategy and the exact numbers that you can expect from doing it.
What can be more valuable than that?
These days I never take any advice seriously unless it’s backed up with real data.
I’ve learned a ton of highly actionable tactics by reading case studies and I guess it’s time to share one of my own. Read more…
Imagine that Gary Vaynerchuk just became your close friend.
Do you think this would change your life somehow?
Whether we like it or not, we’re greatly influenced by people around us.
There’s nothing we can do to resist that influence, but luckily we have the ability to choose the people who influence us. Read more…
Back in 2008 Kevin Kelly wrote an article suggesting that “an artist only needs 1000 true fans to make a living”
That article generated quite a buzz and was translated to nine other languages.
Well, it’s 2015 and I’d like to revisit that piece.
In fact I want to apply Kevin’s concept to your social media following and explain you why I think that 100 true Twitter followers is really all you need. Read more…
The fear of rejection.
A lot of people dream of becoming bloggers and yet they’re unable to force themselves to write their first article. They’re afraid that it won’t be good enough and the whole world will see that.
But the fear of rejection doesn’t end there.
You’ve tamed your inner critic by investing tons of hard work into your article and you’ve published it on your blog, because you think it’s great.
Now it’s time to show it to the authorities. And immediately the next round of “the fear of rejection” kicks in. Read more…