- You feel embarrassed to send anyone to your blog because you haven't posted in so long.
- You're bubbling over with new blog post ideas and haven't had the time to develop any of them.
- You've been staring at the same unfinished post for longer than you can remember or care to admit.
- You learn new writing skills but then forget them by the time you're sitting down to write your next blog post.
- You have an approaching event or product launch and you want to promote it with valuable content.
- You made a New Year's resolution to blog more this year – whatever happened with that?
- You have writer's block.
- You start to work on your blog but end up distracted by other things.
- Your blog always ends up last on your to do list.
- You're a better and more productive writer when you can work at a relaxed pace and focus on one thing at a time.
If some or most of these signs sound like you, please join me for the next Content Mastery Action Day presentation call on Thursday, April 14, 2011 from 9:30-10:00 a.m. Eastern to learn "How to Create Your Own Blogging Retreat."
- Why retreats work
- How to prepare for a blogging retreat
- How to draft three months worth of weekly blog posts in one weekend
- How to keep the momentum going and finish the job
- How to capture and develop impromptu ideas in between retreats
Note: This post was inspired by a previous article on the Genuine Coaching Services website.