It is that time of the year when everyone looks back on their yearly achievements. Medium is saturated with how I did this year posts. Although these posts will be extensive, they all have their place. As writers by reading how other writers improved their goals can help us. So here is my number one tip for achieving, as well as I did this year. Keep your goals where they can be seen and revisit them regularly. You need read no further, if you want more insight then stick with me.
When you make a life change, as I have, it is important to have a plan on how you are going to succeed in this. The first thing I did was look at the goals I was going to set myself. I then started thinking that if I could make a plan, it would be fun to have other writers on this journey with me. So here is where we start:
Re-evaluating goals is important to all professionals. As some of you may have noticed, I have been missing for a few days. The reason was simple I was knackered. We have had a couple of hectic days and I wanted to chill on the sofa with a good book, rather than write. All writers need to chill and attend to their own needs sometimes. It is good to recharge your batteries. Over time I realised my goals have changed.
Set yourself goals that challenge. If you read any post on improving your blogging income the advice appears to be, post more. Some writers get a viral post which makes them a considerable amount of money in one shot. I am not that lucky. I need to go with the other train of thought, that you need to publish a lot to gain a decent income blogging.