Stop Reading, Start Writing!

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This is a problem that affects all of us, procrastination, or simply reading more and writing less. If you’re in this dilemma and how to increase your productivity Came to the right place.

It is not difficult to come across articles in the blogosphere that hold your attention, the question is what causes the interesting articles in two different situations readers, Opportunity and inferiority. So you ask me: What do these reactions can influence how I update my blog?

Simple. Readers who dare to good articles, one sees opportunity all that assimilated, then begin to think about:

  • I could create a new article or a series of them to complement this with my own words.
  • Can I create videos where the subject can be better understood and worked for my visitors.
  • Do not have time to create new content, but I can make a reference to an existing post and gain sympathy from other blogs and maybe I can make a reference in the near future.
  • I can not devote much time for new articles, but I’ll open the panel in my WordPress drafts to create and not lose the ideas that an article inspired me …

Already bloggers below, after reading a Content Quality, Get a real internal sabotage typically using thoughts like:

  • Wow, this article is so good that there is nothing to complement this text!
  • I will not comment on this article because the comments in WordPress has nofollow.
  • I’m having some, but I think not worth creating a draft now.

Can you tell the difference between these two characters?

It is clear that attitude toward yours and other blogs can directly affect your mood, creativity, productivity and self-worth. It is important to seize every opportunity to create new content or simply new ideas for future use, it’s not every day that our brains dawning of innovative thinking.

Do not let others or even yourself boat everything to lose, and your blog visitors feed to: Content, Texts, Images, Links and Videos. So Stop Reading and Start Writing … And do not forget to comment!

14 thoughts on “Stop Reading, Start Writing!

  1. Nice Post!!!
    I like the words “to seize every opportunity to create new content or simply new ideas for future use.”

  2. When you read other blogs, you can also get idea about the topics on which you could write or extend it.

  3. You are right, Stop reading and start writing is the best way to improve the productivity of the writing and I spend most of the time on social medias.
    Some people don’t have time to write more since they are part time bloggers like me or students or anything in the sort, They need to update atleast once in a week to grab people attention.

  4. there should be some updation in the blog in say once a week so that the reader has something new to read. and reading others post some time gives a lot new ideas to write something new out of that post. one should read in order to write..

  5. Well I do agree that one should start writing but one should never stop reading as it enhances your skills as a writer… 🙂

  6. it the story of every blogger i suppose. once you start reading others, you don’t where your time flies.

  7. People who do well with their blogs are good at managing their time, being proactive, working hard, and prioritizing what’s important – writing will probably be a more profitable and proactive use of time than reading when it comes to blogging.

  8. True especially if you take the time to read teh whole article and than post a comment under every article you´ve read 😉

  9. I agree with you that unless you start writing your own articles, you dont get chance to improve yourself. Many times, it happens that we take a look at our previously written articles and find that those articles could have been written in much better way. This certainly is the enhancement in our writing skills achieved due to constant writing.

  10. I agree without laziness we have to write new blog posts if we have to sustain our success as bloggers. it is better to divide equal amount of time for reading and writing

  11. I think we should plan ahead. The blog posts that are to be written must be planned before the day and on the day we should focus on the topic for which we have to write a blog post

  12. I agreee with you. Nice post isha

  13. That has been the most common problem to other people. They were able to grasp an idea from their reading materials. Then will eventually plan things, what great topics should be discussed, but in the end… Topics for their writing stuff are just piled up in their notepad, sticky note, etc… etc… It’s really important to take some action.

  14. writing is not easy task i think every one is not a good writer.

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