Tips to Choose Topic for Your Blog

How To Choose The Right Blog Topic





If you’re blog­ging on a reg­u­lar basis what’s going to hap­pen, well you’ll get more traf­fic and that’s great but what’s worse is a bench going to run out of top­ics right on, not sure?  on what to blog on, and  just get­ting lost must can do two things.

No. 1

Go to Buzzsumo.com and put in a key­word any search with­in your indus­try let’s say you put in mar­ket­ing or online mar­ket­ing that will show you all the pop­u­lar posts with­in your space. They even break them down based on the last six months or a year. That way you’re see­ing fresh con­tent that peo­ple love and they sort of based on social shares. The ones that have the most social shares are the ones that peo­ple love the most that is how you can get more ideas.




Your blog just looks at what’s work­ing and write bet­ter ver­sions of those posts as some­one broke down ten ways to get more traf­fic, you can then write 101 ways to get more traf­fic. Some­one wrote how to get rid of fleas on your dog, you can write an arti­cle on how to get rid of fleas on your dog, and cat, or par­rot, or what oth­er ani­mals have fleas right just writ­ing more detailed con­tent is a great way to keep going and crank out new infor­ma­tion that peo­ple still love because if it’s done well.

Some­one else’s site chances are it’ll do well on your site as well as long as you’re in the same indus­try.

No. 2




Go to Quo­ra and type in any key­word with­in your space you’ll see a list of ques­tions that peo­ple have the most pop­u­lar ones are com­mon ques­tions. If you take those ques­tions and write blog posts around them and you cre­ate real edu­ca­tion­al infor­ma­tion with key­words.

Answers that ques­tion but answers it bet­ter than any­one else you’re going to have a ton of con­tent so much so you’re going to have a lot of ideas that you won’t have writer’s block again and if you use it.

Quo­ra look at all the peo­ple who respond­ed to that ques­tion and you can even take your blog post copy and paste it and respond to it as well. I do that all the time and I gen­er­ate hun­dreds and thou­sands of views on my quar­rel pro­file because of that I’m actu­al­ly not writ­ing unique con­tent just for Quo­ra I’m actu­al­ly tak­ing my blog con­tent and repur­pos­ing it on Quo­ra.key­words

So not only did I give you two ways to avoid writer’s block they also taught you how to gen­er­ate more traf­fic from Quo­ra.

There’s kind of dif­fer­ent strate­gies depend­ing on what type of per­son you are what your per­son­al­i­ty is like, and also just your life expe­ri­ences.

Because I real­ly believe that cours­es can come just from per­son­al life expe­ri­ences they don’t have to be this like how do you know I’m in teacher mode and I am teach­ing you as a guru as it can lit­er­al­ly just be like.

Hey I over­came this strug­gle in my life and I can guide you through that strug­gle too, so it can be pret­ty casu­al and so we’ll talk about the five strate­gies to find­ing your prof­itable course idea.




But before we do that I want­ed to just sort of lay like the ground­work for every­thing we’re going to be talk­ing about, before you get into those five strate­gies basi­cal­ly just sort of giv­ing you the three basic points of what makes con­tent suc­cess­ful.

Before we get into find­ing your spe­cif­ic idea the first thing is just that you need to tar­get a real­ly tiny and spe­cif­ic audi­ence with your niche. so you need to cre­ate your post with a real­ly spe­cif­ic per­son in mind a real­ly spe­cif­ic demo­graph­ic a lot of peo­ple call it like their avatar, their ide­al, cus­tomer, their ide­al client, and it sounds a lit­tle sil­ly but you do want to kind of write like I always write an exer­cise like who is this per­son is.

Usu­al­ly we’re all like who is this girl how does she feel we’re her favorite books, or her favorite TV shows, like what is she what kind of web­sites did, she look at what are her favorite blogs like who is a sort of ide­al per­son that we’re speak­ing to if you try to tar­get every­one your con­tent must unique and appeal­ing to no one because you’re being too broad and vague and no one will con­nect with you or be able to res­onate with your pro­mo­tion.

Or Your mar­ket­ing, or your course, top­ic, because it’s too big so you’re bet­ter off medi­at­ing spe­cif­ic gen­tly I love that one line like you think your cus­tomers every­one or if you’re pro­mot­ed you’re pic­tur­ing every­one it’s going to actu­al­ly be no one and I think that is so true and any­one who’s tempt­ed to have a course.




Before has prob­a­bly expe­ri­enced some of that as well right because you’re afraid of like shut­ting peo­ple out, who’d already bought like peo­ple are like oh I don’t want to turn away cus­tomers, and I’m like do like cus­tomers you don’t have yet because you are too big.

Don’t talk to me that you’re turn­ing away poten­tial cus­tomers.

The sec­ond point before we get start­ed is just that you want to pro­vide spe­cif­ic results right so nobody buys a course that’s promis­ing like more hap­pi­ness or greater suc­cess in life or I’ll teach you how to have more fun or fol­low your pas­sion because that looks dif­fer­ent for every­one.

So if I read your course descrip­tion or I found your sales page and it was like promis­ing. This real­ly big broad thing that I can’t describe in real tan­gi­ble words I’m just not going to be inter­est­ed because I can’t see myself expe­ri­enc­ing it but that’s not to say that you can’t have a spir­i­tu­al course right or a course that teach­es mind­set or some­thing that isn’t real and tan­gi­ble it doesn’t have to be a num­ber but it does have to be spe­cif­ic results right.

If you’re like I’ll teach you how to you know relax more through med­i­ta­tion that’s still a great course idea because it’s spe­cif­ic it’s not just like feel hap­pi­er in your life I can’t tell you how many peo­ple tell me that their course idea is to like show women how to have a hap­pi­er life and I’m just like seri­ous­ly you need to go back to the draw­ing board so don’t be that per­son sor­ry if that was your course idea to burst your bub­ble but like go and make it real.

The third thing that makes post con­tent suc­cess­ful before you get into the five strate­gies is that it has to address like pain or a prob­lem that peo­ple have and offer the solu­tion so you know a lot of times.

Peo­ple focus on like I just said have a hap­pi­er life have suc­cess well what is that real­ly like what do I you know get every­thing you want out of your rela­tion­ship what do you real­ly want I don’t know.

I feel like a lot of peo­ple have a hard­er time iden­ti­fy­ing what they want their life to look like, or what their ide­al day is or what their ide­al sit­u­a­tion is.

They have a hard­er time iden­ti­fy­ing that desire than they go say­ing I am in pain and I just want to fix it like I’m fat and I just don’t be fat any­more or like I am stressed and I just don’t want to be stressed any­more, or I am frus­trat­ed by this thing and I just don’t want to feel that any­more.




So peo­ple are a lot bet­ter at iden­ti­fy­ing like pain or frus­tra­tion and want­i­ng to solve it then they are at iden­ti­fy­ing like oh yeah I real­ly want my life should look like this.

That’s what I’m going to go and pur­sue it’s like they just want to fix the things that are both­er­ing them at the moment, and they want to be told how to fix them which is why a lot of times they may not know the solu­tion they need some­one to enlight­en them and take them on the jour­ney to fig­ur­ing out the solu­tion.

Start­ing with that pain or prob­lem is key exact­ly and the oth­er thing is just like I said this has to be spe­cif­ic, so I have a cou­ple of exam­ples of specif­i­cal­ly how you can take a broad course idea and make it more spe­cif­ic in dif­fer­ent indus­tries, so, for exam­ple, a lot of peo­ple say I want to cre­ate a course about how to do social media for busi­ness and like okay social media is no spe­cif­ic enough, so then they take it a lit­tle bit fur­ther, and they’re like okay social media for online busi­ness own­ers and like okay what kind of online busi­ness own­ers.

The next stage would be like real­ly nar­row­ing it down to like social media for online yoga instruc­tors and it would be like oh my god every yoga instruc­tor that sees that course is going to be like holy crap that’s for me like I know it’s going to teach me what to post and how to get clients and how to get peo­ple signed up for my free­bies as a yoga instruc­tor.

What­ev­er same thing with like pho­tog­ra­phy you could say like I’m going to teach pho­tog­ra­phy okay that’s way too broad okay I’m gonna teach pho­tog­ra­phy for blog­gers.



That’s still too broad okay iPhone pho­tog­ra­phy for style blog­gers okay now we’re get­ting some­where that is spe­cif­ic enough that you cre­ate a course about that and it solves a spe­cif­ic prob­lem I don’t have a DSLR cam­era I only have an iPhone I don’t have a bud­get I’m a style blog­ger I don’t want to like if you teach all blog­gers.

I see a bunch of food pic­tures on your sales page gonna be like that’s not for me I’m a fash­ion blog­ger right any­way enough of the rant but just want to kind of lay the ground­work of like those are the base things that you need to under­stand about cre­at­ing a suc­cess­ful course.

I have a great ques­tion from Lee who asks this year I’m focus­ing on vis­i­bil­i­ty and in gen­er­al telling my sto­ry. I’m run­ning into some blocks though in that I sim­ply don’t feel like my sto­ry is worth telling with­out get­ting all long-wind­ed.

I grew up in a very hap­py home par­ents who taught me I could be any­thing and do any­thing I ever dreamed of doing and that’s essen­tial­ly what I’ve done there’s no adver­si­ty there’s no piv­otal turn­ing moment there’s no rock-bot­tom noth­ing that I feel oth­ers can relate to and say oh my god he real­ly gets me.

How can I share my sto­ry in a way that’s com­pelling and true that is a great ques­tion Lee and if you two are won­der­ing how to find your sto­ry and tell it in a com­pelling way so that it attracts your tribe then this episode is for you.



So how are you going to find your sto­ry let’s talk about entre­pre­neurs whose sto­ries we often hear right so let’s take Elan musk for exam­ple now his sto­ry is of a real­ly tur­bu­lent child­hood in South Africa and then how he formed all of his com­pa­nies.

How he devel­oped an elec­tric mod­el car that’s Par­fum Estanza to send the first peo­ple to Mars and so his sto­ry is very com­pelling it’s very diverse it has lots of ebbs and flows and high points and low points let’s.

Look at anoth­er famous entre­pre­neur Steve Jobs so of course, he start­ed with migrant par­ents from Syr­ia, and how he got fired from his own com­pa­ny how he start­ed Apple got fired.

How he can come back to Apple so there again like a lot of piv­ots and turns and ups and downs in his sto­ry.

All right so let’s look at some online entre­pre­neurs, for exam­ple, Lewis Howes and in this Forbes arti­cle talks about how he went from sleep­ing on his sister’s couch run­ning a six and sev­en fig­ure busi­ness.



You know it’s a sto­ry about tri­umphs it’s a sto­ry about hard­ships it’s a sto­ry about strug­gle and so there are lots of oppos­ing points in that sto­ry which makes it very com­pelling or let’s take the sto­ry of Sophia Amoru­so who is the founder of Nasty Gal and how she start­ed with very very dif­fi­cult cir­cum­stances in her child­hood.

How she built up her busi­ness from eBay and now it’s a mul­ti-mil­lion dol­lar busi­ness and she’s on the list of you know suc­cess­ful super rich wealthy entre­pre­neurs.

So if you look at all of these sto­ries what they have in com­mon is that

They all have strug­gled,
They all have hard­ships,
They all have pover­ty,
They all have rich­es,
They all have strength,
They all have per­sis­tence,
They all have all of these com­mon fac­tors that are very com­pelling human emo­tions that talk about how you go from dif­fi­cult cir­cum­stances to final­ly be a suc­cess­ful entre­pre­neur.
What your ques­tion what if I don’t have that same strug­gle what if my sto­ry just doesn’t have those herbs and flows those highs and lows then how do I come across how do I be relat­able what sto­ry should I be telling and do I even have a sto­ry that’s worth telling.

Well here’s the good news and not even good great news the great news is you do have a sto­ry your strug­gle the thing that you have described right now Lea is your sto­ry that is a strug­gle that not just you but a lot of peo­ple.

Face your strug­gle right now is that you think you are bor­ing that you’re unin­ter­est­ing and why should any­one pay atten­tion to bor­ing old me that is a very com­pelling start­ing point.

Guess what not just you but mil­lions of peo­ple feel this exact same way what makes me so amaz­ing what makes me inter­est­ing that is some­thing that’s called in psy­chol­o­gy as a lim­it­ing belief right a lim­it­ing belief is some­thing that holds you back and in this case you’re a lim­it­ing belief is a feel­ing that you’re not good enough this maybe you’re not wor­thy of this atten­tion and so when you lim­it your­self.



That way then you don’t know how to ask for that atten­tion in a way that is attrac­tive so John Bates runs a pro­gram for aspir­ing Ted and TEDx speak­ers and one of his con­cepts is to help peo­ple dis­cov­er their sto­ry by find­ing their super­hero ori­gins and yeah by a super­hero.

I real­ly do mean the Caped com­ic char­ac­ters that are sav­ing the world that sto­ry so how do you find what your super­hero ori­gin sto­ry is I have five steps for you to dis­cov­er your sto­ry and tell it com­pelling­ly iden­ti­fy what makes you pas­sion­ate so what is it about you what top­ics Dri­ve you to mas­sive engage­ments.

So if you’re sit­ting in a social cir­cle what top­ics are you most like­ly to be talk­ing to peo­ple about?
What is the stuff that catch­es your inter­est?
What’s the stuff that riles you up brows­es you from apa­thy and gets you going and gets you all excit­ed and talk­a­tive and you feel like you have some­thing to say so find.
What you are most pas­sion­ate about and start from there look?
Where you spend the most amount of your time so what are you doing in your 24 hours in your day­time hours?
What is the kind of books that you like to read?
What are the shows that you like to watch?
How do you spend the major­i­ty of your pro­duc­tive time?
What are the tasks that get you all excit­ed and you want to spend time on them those are the tasks that are going to tell you what you real­ly want to devote all your time to and that we are going to be your top­ic of inter­est that you want to talk about in your sto­ry.
Look at where you spend a lot of your mon­ey so apart from bills and expens­es where do you spend mon­ey on things that are your inter­ests or your hob­bies or things that you like to spend mon­ey on is it may be on trav­el is it may be on col­lect­ing mon­ey at your fig­urines is it on find­ing you know healthy recipes and buy­ing cool ingre­di­ents what where do you spend your mon­ey on because doubt will tell you where your inter­ests and once you know where your inter­ests then those are the top­ics that are great to build your sto­ry upon and in fact great to build a busi­ness upon being trans­par­ent about your strug­gles so in moments of tough.
What did you do?
What kind of uncer­tain­ty did you feel?
What kind of strug­gles did you face?
How many choic­es did you have?
How many choic­es you didn’t have to look at all of those fac­tors and deter­mine.
How did you feel at that time?
How did you feel while going through those strug­gles?



Those are the things that are going to make excel­lent points to expand upon when you decide to tell your sto­ry, dis­cov­er your aha moment this is actu­al­ly how I dis­cov­ered my sto­ry so I got a mar­ket­ing degree and I worked in var­i­ous cor­po­ra­tions in a mar­ket­ing role but I was real­ly dis­il­lu­sioned with how mar­ket­ing was and how text­book mar­ket­ing had been taught to me and it wasn’t until I stum­bled upon a blog which was so help­ful it made me do my work bet­ter and it made me pur­chase that prod­uct that I real­ized that a blog has the pow­er to do amaz­ing kinds of mar­ket­ing.
Then I real­ized that that par­tic­u­lar blog was so help­ful it was so encour­ag­ing it was so sup­port­ive it was so engag­ing and it was mar­ket­ing and that’s the kind of mar­ket­ing that I want­ed to do.

So when I stum­bled upon con­tent mar­ket­ing as being this help­ful way of mar­ket­ing as opposed to the mar­ket­ing that I actu­al­ly stud­ied in school that became my aha moment. Find what I love to do and what I think is my ori­gin sto­ry about how I got into this line of busi­ness and that is what you know dri­ves me to under­stand that mar­ket­ing doesn’t have to be spams and sleazy but it can be super help­ful and rela­tion­ship build­ing and just amaz­ing for the per­son who is sell­ing some­thing and for the per­son who is buy­ing that some­thing and so that’s how my super­hero ori­gin sto­ry start­ed and that’s the sto­ry that defines how I know start­ed my busi­ness and so real­ly it’s all about if you put all these five points togeth­er and spend some time think­ing it go ahead write it down even you know make notes about this, and that’s how you’re going to find what is so com­pelling about your thoughts, your strug­gles, your process your busi­ness ideas, and all of that put togeth­er makes your com­pelling sto­ry so I hope that these points give you some­thing to think about and that you able to put togeth­er your sto­ry because the world needs to hear what you have to say I real­ly hope you enjoy today’s post and if you did go ahead as it com­ments. I real­ly do mean the Caped com­ic char­ac­ters that are sav­ing the world that sto­ry so how do you find what your super­hero ori­gin sto­ry is I have five steps for you to dis­cov­er your sto­ry and tell it com­pelling­ly iden­ti­fy what makes you pas­sion­ate so what is it about you what top­ics Dri­ve you to mas­sive engage­ments .

So if you’re sit­ting in a social cir­cle what top­ics are you most like­ly to be talk­ing to peo­ple about?
What is the stuff that catch­es your inter­est?
What’s the stuff that riles you up brows­es you from apa­thy and gets you going and gets you all excit­ed and talk­a­tive and you feel like you have some­thing to say so find.
What you are most pas­sion­ate about and start from there look?
Where you spend the most amount of your time so what are you doing in your 24 hours in your day­time hours?
What is the kind of books that you like to read?
What are the shows that you like to watch?
How do you spend the major­i­ty of your pro­duc­tive time?
What are the tasks that get you all excit­ed and you want to spend time on them those are the tasks that are going to tell you what you real­ly want to devote all your time to and that we are going to be your top­ic of inter­est that you want to talk about in your sto­ry.
Look at where you spend a lot of your mon­ey so apart from bills and expens­es where do you spend mon­ey on things that are your inter­ests or your hob­bies or things that you like to spend mon­ey on is it may be on trav­el is it may be on col­lect­ing mon­ey at your fig­urines is it on find­ing you know healthy recipes and buy­ing cool ingre­di­ents what where do you spend your mon­ey on because doubt will tell you where your inter­ests and once you know where your inter­ests then those are the top­ics that are great to build your sto­ry upon and in fact great to build a busi­ness upon being trans­par­ent about your strug­gles so in moments of tough.
What did you do?
What kind of uncer­tain­ty did you feel?
What kind of strug­gles did you face?
How many choic­es did you have?
How many choic­es you didn’t have to look at all of those fac­tors and deter­mine.
How did you feel at that time?
How did you feel while going through those strug­gles?

Those are the things that are going to make excel­lent points to expand upon when you decide to tell your sto­ry, dis­cov­er your aha moment this is actu­al­ly how I dis­cov­ered my sto­ry so I got a mar­ket­ing degree and I worked in var­i­ous cor­po­ra­tions in a mar­ket­ing role but I was real­ly dis­il­lu­sioned with how mar­ket­ing was and how text­book mar­ket­ing had been taught to me and it wasn’t until I stum­bled upon a blog which was so help­ful it made me do my work bet­ter and it made me pur­chase that prod­uct that I real­ized that a blog has the pow­er to do amaz­ing kinds of mar­ket­ing.
Then I real­ized that that par­tic­u­lar blog was so help­ful it was so encour­ag­ing it was so sup­port­ive it was so engag­ing and it was mar­ket­ing and that’s the kind of mar­ket­ing that I want­ed to do.

So when I stum­bled upon con­tent mar­ket­ing as being this help­ful way of mar­ket­ing as opposed to the mar­ket­ing that I actu­al­ly stud­ied in school that became my aha moment. Find what I love to do and what I think is my ori­gin sto­ry about how I got into this line of busi­ness and that is what you know dri­ves me to under­stand that mar­ket­ing doesn’t have to be spams and sleazy but it can be super help­ful and rela­tion­ship build­ing and just amaz­ing for the per­son who is sell­ing some­thing and for the per­son who is buy­ing that some­thing and so that’s how my super­hero ori­gin sto­ry start­ed and that’s the sto­ry that defines how I know start­ed my busi­ness and so real­ly it’s all about if you put all these five points togeth­er and spend some time think­ing it go ahead write it down even you know make notes about this, and that’s how you’re going to find what is so com­pelling about your thoughts, your strug­gles, your process your busi­ness ideas, and all of that put togeth­er makes your com­pelling sto­ry so I hope that these points give you some­thing to think about and that you able to put togeth­er your sto­ry because the world needs to hear what you have to say I real­ly hope you enjoy today’s post and if you did go ahead as it com­ments.

I real­ly do mean the Caped com­ic char­ac­ters that are sav­ing the world that sto­ry so how do you find what your super­hero ori­gin sto­ry is I have five steps for you to dis­cov­er your sto­ry and tell it com­pelling­ly iden­ti­fy what makes you pas­sion­ate so what is it about you what top­ics Dri­ve you to mas­sive engage­ments.

So if you’re sit­ting in a social cir­cle what top­ics are you most like­ly to be talk­ing to peo­ple about?
What is the stuff that catch­es your inter­est?
What’s the stuff that riles you up brows­es you from apa­thy and gets you going and gets you all excit­ed and talk­a­tive and you feel like you have some­thing to say so find.
What you are most pas­sion­ate about and start from there look?
Where you spend the most amount of your time so what are you doing in your 24 hours in your day­time hours?



What are the kind of books that you like to read?
What are the shows that you like to watch?
How do you spend the major­i­ty of your pro­duc­tive time?
What are the tasks that get you all excit­ed and you want to spend time on them those are the tasks that are going to tell you what you real­ly want to devote all your time to and that we are going to be your top­ic of inter­est that you want to talk about in your sto­ry.
Look at where you spend a lot of your mon­ey so apart from bills and expens­es where do you spend mon­ey on things that are your inter­ests or your hob­bies or things that you like to spend mon­ey on is it may be on trav­el is it may be on col­lect­ing mon­ey at your fig­urines is it on find­ing you know healthy recipes and buy­ing cool ingre­di­ents what where do you spend your mon­ey on because doubt will tell you where your inter­ests and once you know where your inter­ests then those are the top­ics that are great to build your sto­ry upon and in fact great to build a busi­ness upon being trans­par­ent about your strug­gles so in moments of tough.
What did you do?
What kind of uncer­tain­ty did you feel?
What kind of strug­gles did you face?
How many choic­es did you have?
How many choic­es you didn’t have to look at all of those fac­tors and deter­mine.
How did you feel at that time?
How did you feel while going through those strug­gles?



Those are the things that are going to make excel­lent points to expand upon when you decide to tell your sto­ry, dis­cov­er your aha moment this is actu­al­ly how I dis­cov­ered my sto­ry so I got a mar­ket­ing degree and I worked in var­i­ous cor­po­ra­tions in a mar­ket­ing role but I was real­ly dis­il­lu­sioned with how mar­ket­ing was and how text­book mar­ket­ing had been taught to me and it wasn’t until I stum­bled upon a blog which was so help­ful it made me do my work bet­ter and it made me pur­chase that prod­uct that I real­ized that a blog has the pow­er to do amaz­ing kinds of mar­ket­ing.
Then I real­ized that that par­tic­u­lar blog was so help­ful it was so encour­ag­ing it was so sup­port­ive it was so engag­ing and it was mar­ket­ing and that’s the kind of mar­ket­ing that I want­ed to do.

So when I stum­bled upon con­tent mar­ket­ing as being this help­ful way of mar­ket­ing as opposed to the mar­ket­ing that I actu­al­ly stud­ied in school that became my aha moment. Find what I love to do and what I think is my ori­gin sto­ry about how I got into this line of busi­ness and that is what you know dri­ves me to under­stand that mar­ket­ing doesn’t have to be spams and sleazy but it can be super help­ful and rela­tion­ship build­ing and just amaz­ing for the per­son who is sell­ing some­thing and for the per­son who is buy­ing that some­thing and so that’s how my super­hero ori­gin sto­ry start­ed and that’s the sto­ry that defines how Iknow start­ed my busi­ness and so real­ly it’s all about if you put all these five points togeth­er and spend some time think­ing it go ahead write it down even you know make notes about this, and that’s how you’re going to find what is so com­pelling about your thoughts, your strug­gles, your process your busi­ness ideas, and all of that put togeth­er makes your com­pelling sto­ry so I hope that these points give you some­thing to think about and that you able to put togeth­er your sto­ry because the world needs to hear what you have to say I real­ly hope you enjoy today’s post and if you did go ahead as it com­ments. I real­ly do mean the Caped com­ic char­ac­ters that are sav­ing the world that sto­ry so how do you find what your super­hero ori­gin sto­ry is I have five steps for you to dis­cov­er your sto­ry and tell it com­pelling­ly iden­ti­fy what makes you pas­sion­ate so what is it about you what top­ics Dri­ve you to mas­sive engage­ments .

A case Study

So if you’re sit­ting in a social cir­cle what top­ics are you most like­ly to be talk­ing to peo­ple about?
What is the stuff that catch­es your inter­est?
What’s the stuff that riles you up brows­es you from apa­thy and gets you going and gets you all excit­ed and talk­a­tive and you feel like you have some­thing to say so find.
What you are most pas­sion­ate about and start from there look?
Where you spend the most amount of your time so what are you doing in your 24 hours in your day­time hours?
What are the kind of books that you like to read?
What are the shows that you like to watch?
How do you spend the major­i­ty of your pro­duc­tive time?
What are the tasks that get you all excit­ed and you want to spend time on them those are the tasks that are going to tell you what you real­ly want to devote all your time to and that we are going to be your top­ic of inter­est that you want to talk about in your sto­ry.
Look at where you spend a lot of your mon­ey so apart from bills and expens­es where do you spend mon­ey on things that are your inter­ests or your hob­bies or things that you like to spend mon­ey on is it may be on trav­el is it may be on col­lect­ing mon­ey at your fig­urines is it on find­ing you know healthy recipes and buy­ing cool ingre­di­ents what where do you spend your mon­ey on because doubt will tell you where your inter­ests and once you know where your inter­ests then those are the top­ics that are great to build your sto­ry upon and in fact great to build a busi­ness upon being trans­par­ent about your strug­gles so in moments of tough.
What did you do?
What kind of uncer­tain­ty did you feel?
What kind of strug­gles did you face?
How many choic­es did you have?
How many choic­es you didn’t have to look at all of those fac­tors and deter­mine.
How did you feel at that time?
How did you feel while going through those strug­gles?

Those are the things that are going to make excel­lent points to expand upon when you decide to tell your sto­ry, dis­cov­er your aha moment this is actu­al­ly how I dis­cov­ered my sto­ry so I got a mar­ket­ing degree and I worked in var­i­ous cor­po­ra­tions in a mar­ket­ing role but I was real­ly dis­il­lu­sioned with how mar­ket­ing was and how text­book mar­ket­ing had been taught to me and it wasn’t until I stum­bled upon a blog which was so help­ful it made me do my work bet­ter and it made me pur­chase that prod­uct that I real­ized that a blog has the pow­er to do amaz­ing kinds of mar­ket­ing.
Then I real­ized that that par­tic­u­lar blog was so help­ful it was so encour­ag­ing it was so sup­port­ive it was so engag­ing and it was mar­ket­ing and that’s the kind of mar­ket­ing that I want­ed to do.

So when I stum­bled upon con­tent mar­ket­ing as being this help­ful way of mar­ket­ing as opposed to the mar­ket­ing that I actu­al­ly stud­ied in school that became my aha moment. Find what I love to do and what I think is my ori­gin sto­ry about how I got into this line of busi­ness and that is what you know dri­ves me to under­stand that mar­ket­ing doesn’t have to be spams and sleazy but it can be super help­ful and rela­tion­ship build­ing and just amaz­ing for the per­son who is sell­ing some­thing and for the per­son who is buy­ing that some­thing and so that’s how my super­hero ori­gin sto­ry start­ed and that’s the sto­ry that defines how I know start­ed my busi­ness and so real­ly it’s all about if you put all these five points togeth­er and spend some time think­ing it go ahead write it down even you know make notes about this, and that’s how you’re going to find what is so com­pelling about your thoughts, your strug­gles, your process your busi­ness ideas, and all of that put togeth­er makes your com­pelling sto­ry so I hope that these points give you some­thing to think about and that you able to put togeth­er your sto­ry because the world needs to hear what you have to say I real­ly hope you enjoy today’s post and if you did go ahead as it com­ments. I real­ly do mean the Caped com­ic char­ac­ters that are sav­ing the world that sto­ry so how do you find what your super­hero ori­gin sto­ry is I have five steps for you to dis­cov­er your sto­ry and tell it com­pelling­ly iden­ti­fy what makes you pas­sion­ate so what is it about you what top­ics Dri­ve you to mas­sive engage­ments.



So if you’re sit­ting in a social cir­cle what top­ics are you most like­ly to be talk­ing to peo­ple about?
What is the stuff that catch­es your inter­est?
What’s the stuff that riles you up brows­es you from apa­thy and gets you going and gets you all excit­ed and talk­a­tive and you feel like you have some­thing to say so find.
What you are most pas­sion­ate about and start from there look?
Where you spend the most amount of your time so what are you doing in your 24 hours in your day­time hours?
What is the kind of books that you like to read?
What are the shows that you like to watch?
How do you spend the major­i­ty of your pro­duc­tive time?
What are the tasks that get you all excit­ed and you want to spend time on them those are the tasks that are going to tell you what you real­ly want to devote all your time to and that we are going to be your top­ic of inter­est that you want to talk about in your sto­ry.
Look at where you spend a lot of your mon­ey so apart from bills and expens­es where do you spend mon­ey on things that are your inter­ests or your hob­bies or things that you like to spend mon­ey on is it may be on trav­el is it may be on col­lect­ing mon­ey at your fig­urines is it on find­ing you know healthy recipes and buy­ing cool ingre­di­ents what where do you spend your mon­ey on because doubt will tell you where your inter­ests and once you know where your inter­ests then those are the top­ics that are great to build your sto­ry upon and in fact great to build a busi­ness upon being trans­par­ent about your strug­gles so in moments of tough.
What did you do?
What kind of uncer­tain­ty did you feel?
What kind of strug­gles did you face?
How many choic­es did you have?
How many choic­es you didn’t have to look at all of those fac­tors and deter­mine.
How did you feel at that time?
How did you feel while going through those strug­gles?

Those are the things that are going to make excel­lent points to expand upon when you decide to tell your sto­ry, dis­cov­er your aha moment this is actu­al­ly how I dis­cov­ered my sto­ry so I got a mar­ket­ing degree and I worked in var­i­ous cor­po­ra­tions in a mar­ket­ing role but I was real­ly dis­il­lu­sioned with how mar­ket­ing was and how text­book mar­ket­ing had been taught to me and it wasn’t until I stum­bled upon a blog which was so help­ful it made me do my work bet­ter and it made me pur­chase that prod­uct that I real­ized that a blog has the pow­er to do amaz­ing kinds of mar­ket­ing.
Then I real­ized that that par­tic­u­lar blog was so help­ful it was so encour­ag­ing it was so sup­port­ive it was so engag­ing and it was mar­ket­ing and that’s the kind of mar­ket­ing that I want­ed to do.



So when I stum­bled upon con­tent mar­ket­ing as being this help­ful way of mar­ket­ing as opposed to the mar­ket­ing that I actu­al­ly stud­ied in school that became my aha moment. Find what I love to do and what I think is my ori­gin sto­ry about how I got into this line of busi­ness and that is what you know dri­ves me to under­stand that mar­ket­ing doesn’t have to be spams and sleazy but it can be super help­ful and rela­tion­ship build­ing and just amaz­ing for the per­son who is sell­ing some­thing and for the per­son who is buy­ing that some­thing and so that’s how my super­hero ori­gin sto­ry start­ed and that’s the sto­ry that defines how I now start­ed my busi­ness and so real­ly it’s all about if you put all these five points togeth­er and spend some time think­ing it go ahead write it down even you know make notes about this, and that’s how you’re going to find what is so com­pelling about your thoughts, your strug­gles, your process your busi­ness ideas, and all of that put togeth­er makes your com­pelling sto­ry so I hope that these points give you some­thing to think about and that you able to put togeth­er your sto­ry because the world needs to hear what you have to say I real­ly hope you enjoy today’s post and if you did go ahead know as it com­ments.

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