The worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself.” ― Mark Twain
Some people may not pay attention very much on Self-esteem but it is important and it matters. Why? Because our Self-esteem affects the way we look at ourselves. How we perceive ourselves influences our actions, which will eventually affect the way we live our lives.
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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Austin Wiggins
Founder & Owner of: Writing by Ender
Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books, Writing Writer and Author of Bonds that Bind
The self has to be challenged to grow. You need to have perspectives that are different than yours to reach a higher version of self. Literature has often met those demands and has inspired growth in people since its invention. This is why self-help books are wildly popular. This curated list offers three novels and two non-fiction books to challenge your perspective and to foster your personal growth.
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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Staff Member: Franci Hoffman
Founder & Owner of: BrewNSpew
Millionaire’s Digest Staff Team, Author, Successful Living Writer
I can’t help but admire,
You must be proud, for crying out loud!
Your beauty, your warmth, your captivating glow. Continue reading Dancing Flames (1 min read)
Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Heather Rogers
Founder & Owner of: Confident Adventurer
Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor and Travel Writer
There are some places where you see evidence of the incredible beauty of God’s creation everywhere. Westmore, Vermont is one of those places. A small town with a population of around 300, Westmore is part of three Vermont counties known as the Northeast Kingdom. This is the name that former governor George Aiken gave to the three counties of the northeast corner of Vermont. In a 1949 speech, he said, “You know, this is such beautiful country up here. It ought to be called the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.” The name stuck. Continue reading Age and Distance (1 min read)
Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Neil N.
Founder & Owner of: Moments to Remember
Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Writing Writer
Seeing the title, most of you would guess it’s about death.
Well it’s not, for once.
When I was a young chap, going down the streets of my parent’s flat felt like ages. It was a maze of tall, similar buildings with the smell of cements, wet paint, and foliage by the side.Everyday was an adventure, going from blocks to blocks, finding hideouts and shortcuts for whatever I may find threatening. (Such as : massive dogs, strangers)
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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Ferry van Oossanen
Founder & Owner of: Discoverchiapas
Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Travel Writer
Many of us are on a continuous search for a way to do things differently. We want to travel and discover the world and prefer to do that for an extended period of time. How do you get enough money to make trips like this?
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Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: William Tobin
Founder & Owner of: Lib-Orator
Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Books, Business, Education, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer
How do we exchange thoughts in today’s world?
Debating is an ancient art and seeing people or parties debate can be an angry or enlightening affair.
We debate on things in everyday life and either debate with ourselves on life’s little things, like whether to have another gin and tonic or the best musician of the 20th century. However, in this post, I want to cover the more challenging topic of debating in business and what it takes to be a firm but nonetheless agreeable debate.
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1. Take notice of blog comments.
If you have an active blog that gets even a few comments, don’t just leave them to go by unnoticed — draw every little bit of ammunition you can from them by taking every single comment and turning it into a question or topic to write about on your blog. And if you don’t have many comments? Find a popular blog in your niche that does and use write them down to answer on your blog.
2. Go where the people are.
People are the ones asking the questions and needing your info, right? So it makes sense to go where they already are. And really, it doesn’t get much easier than a short virtual walk to an online forum in your niche. All you have to do is search Google for “your niche + forum.”
After browse the forum, you can use these questions people ask as “ideas” than can rework them into blog posts. You’re basically letting them do the idea generation for you. All you have to do is take notes on what you see!
3. Use a blog topic / headline generator
This one may sound too good to be true, but there are actually several places online that can help you generate ideas automatically — and, best of all, they can be super fun to use. For instance, Hubspot has a cool topic generator. All you have to do is enter three topics you want to write about and the tool automatically generates a whole bunch of ideas for you.
4. Turn to your bookshelf.
Most of us have books on our shelves that are related to our business — usually more than a few. So instead of letting them gather dust, pick one up and use it for inspiration.
I’m sure you’ve got plenty of good books to look at that’ll help you generate a whole range of ideas. But let’s not stop there. I’ll share one more strategy before wrapping up here. Take advantage of all of them, and you should have no trouble coming up with those 100 ideas in no time at all.
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Habit 1: Write Your “To-Do List,” The Night Before
High achievers would write their to-do’s every evening before dinner or bed so they were prepared for the following day.
Prioritizing your “To-Do” list is the key to productivity success.
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Ever sat down in front of a blank screen and thought, “What am I going to write about today…?” Well an editorial calendar is just what that’s for!
Creating Your Editorial Calendar
The first thing you need to do when planning your editorial calendar is to think about what your main objective is for your blog.
Are you trying to position yourself as an expert within your field? Are you trying to offer valuable insights that connect with a very specific audience?
Continue reading How to Create an Editorial Calendar for Your Blog (4 min read)