There are times when I find myself surfing the internet and wanting to save certain web pages for later review. I know what you are saying, I can easily bookmark sites and later view them with no problem. But there is a catch to what I’m attempting to say. I want to be able to view these sites without internet connection. We all know as internet surfers that you can not view a website fully if you don’t have internet access.
Lastly, you just need to combine the above 3 sections into a paragraph and wolah… you’ve just completed your first attempt to finding your purpose in life.
So, where can you find that necessary motivation? Why not try telling yourself that you can do anything you set your mind to? You’ll find that you are your best motivator. Otherwise, you can look to those things that you have accomplished for motivation, or you can look to those great leaders that have come before you. Try and find inspiration in those that have risen up from poverty, destruction, and oppression. Understand the passion behind the business that you are a part of. Try and harness the many reasons why you are the person that you are today. All of these things can bring inspiration – even at the toughest of times.
And that will cause readers to come back to your blog time and time again because they know you’ll always have helpful resources and information for them.
Basically trying to be a good member and participating in the process. I get lots of comments from members saying they Dugg my story and it was great and they often request I dig theirs. Most stories are not submitted form news wires but come form the inspiration or websites of other members. I also put my submissions on my website and upload and submit them. This appears to me to be common practice. So to my surprise, I get this quote when I try to submit my latest submission.
Once personal intrest you get going you’ll likely never stop. I’m living proof. If I’m not being creative on a daily, and sometimes hourly basis, “Call the mortician,” as a late great friend of mine used to say. Creativity is what gives life meaning. Yes, it’s only my opinion, but it is my truth.
Many people nowadays find blogging enjoyable as it makes them feel like Internet professionals. Admittedly, it is kind of neat to be the proud owner of a blog, and in a lot of cases, depending on how many devoted readers you have to your blog, you can actually stand to make quite a profit from blogging. For example, look at the popular conservative blogger, Michelle Malkin. Michelle has almost exclusively (if not so) made her living off of her blog, which is nationally known throughout the country. Of course, it also helps that she has stirred up quite a bit of controversy for her political views on certain red button issues.
There aren’t a lot of jobs posted for this kind of work, because it is really one of the newest internet business ideas out there. But don’t let that stop you! Take a little time to search some of the most popular personal blogs out there and take note of the ones that aren’t being updated as regularly as they once were. All you have to do is e-mail a few of the people and before you know it, you’ll be ghost writing.