The Why I blog meme has kicked off a week or two ago, and so it was just a question of time for me to get tagged.
Thanks, Ed, for doing this! I’m really touched by the words you’ve said about me and my blog, and can only say the same about your EvolvingTimes blog: you’re a great guy doing a wonderful job sharing your law of attraction expertise with everyone!
Update: I’ve just noticed that Pam from MakeTheMostOfU has tagged me as well! Better late than never, Pam, so I thank you for this (she tagged even before Ed did, by the looks of it)! I hope you’ve found my answers interesting enough!
So, what are my reasons to blog?
Here they are, in no particular order:
- Sharing knowledge and doing it in an easy to follow form
- Learning new things and making sure I never stop learning
- Meeting people and making friends
- Changing the world, one small step at a time
- Moving towards financial freedom: the earlier you think of it, the quicker you’ll get there
- Being in greatest online communities ever – everyone gives something back
- Experimenting with everything and learning from my mistakes
Funny enough, it proved to be rather hard to find someone in Personal Development community who has not given his or her reasons to blog, be it on the about page or in one of their posts.
Still, I would like to ask the following few people to take time and share their best reasons for blogging:
- Steven Aitchison from Change Your Thoughts blog
- Mark McManus from Build Your Life To Order blog
- Donald Latumahina from LifeOptimizer blog
- Brian Lee from GeniusTypes blog
- Alex Shalman from Practical Personal Development blog
Anyone else wants to share your reasons? Please leave a comment, as it’s always useful to learn new ideas and perhaps realize there’s even more reasons for all of us to blog! Thanks!