I am not a good blogger. Might as well just get that out there and be candid. I go full force sometimes and drop into never never land other times. Last year, before my 40th birthday, I blogged every day for 40 days. I know. And YES, I have an addictive personality. It gets worse. I did a countdown.
Take a look here at blogging in full force:
It included everything and anything, such as:
- 33 Reasons I love to travel
- 17 of my favorite bible verses
- 9 Things I have learned about myself from being an entrepreneur
Now the “never never land” happened in 2013. I moved in March. Things went a bit on overload. I did NOT blog once from February 11th to April 9th. See what I mean. In the counseling world, I would be considered a Borderline Personality or Manic Depressive Blogger. All or nothing. I am working on this. Blog Therapy.
This month I am working on getting my BLOG BACK. J I know. I am hilarious.
I am telling a story. I am telling my blogging story and my twitter story. Want to know why? I am sure you do. I am in a Blog Challenge for June where I committed to blog 3 times a week. And my coach has been bugging since September about my bad or non-existent Twitter talk. So I am a smart girl. I decided to blog about my twitter challenge which would force me to do both.
My blogging tip for you today is this:
Blog Tip #1: Tell a story. Share your story or a success story from a client. Get real. Share your vision, your perspective, your mistakes, and your heart.
Now before I close. Please come and find me on twitter. www.twitter.com/DianeCunningham I will love you forever. Or at least 140 characters worth. And if I can figure out how to retweet you I sure will do that or maybe even hashtag you.
Until the next installment, tweet or post, have a great day!
Diane Cunningham is the Founder and President of the National Association of Christian Women Entrepreneurs. She is a “business therapist”, plane crash survivor, author, consultant, speaker, marathon runner, and fun friend.