Inspirational Blogging Quotes

7 Inspirational Blogging Quotes to Supercharge Your Day

We all like to become successful in everything we do. As bloggers, we want our blogs to be well known and successful within the shortest possible time. This is really cool but to achieve this, we must figure out success guides for our blogging career.

I’ve taken the time to compile a short list of quotes from some famous people which we can always apply to move our careers forward anytime. I’ve also taken the time to explain the connections between these quotes and moving your career forward.

Sit back and enjoy the post!

Writing Viral Posts

1 “I never perfected an invention that I did not think about in terms of service it might give others. I find out what the world needs, I proceed to invent”

Thomas Edison

Tip: To write post people will appreciate and make go viral, you need to write the very kinds that will suit the needs of people. Don’t just write because you feel like writing, your writing should be about them not about you. Solve their problems and trust me they will always come back your blog for more.

Overcoming Procrastination

“You could have a million ideas; they are worthless if you don’t get them done”.

Lauren Amarante

Tip: The only way to write great contents is by writing them now and not listing them up them as post ideas. Who knows if it is that post you haven’t written yet but have an idea that will take your blog from zero to 100,000 subscribers? Don’t delay it, just write now!

Embracing Failure

“Failure defeats losers, failure inspire winners”

–  Robert Kiyosaki

Tip: Don’t let failure discourage you; failure today should inspire you for success tomorrow. In fact, if you will have to move forward as a blogger, you need to pray for failure to come your way.

Ask many successful people today, they’ll tell you how they once failed big time. Not even small failures; they failed big time to succeed big time.

“Expect the best. Prepare for the worst, Capitalize on what comes”

– Zig Ziglar

Tip: Don’t let your career be destroyed by disappointments. When they come, be prepared, tackle them wisely and capitalize on the next working approach.

Becoming Successful

“There is no luck, you work hard and study things intently. If you do that for long and hard enough you’re successful”

– Jason Calacians

Tip: Hard work is what brings results we mistakenly call luck. The more hardworking you are, the luckier you get and more successful you become.

Acquiring Knowledge

“You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else”

– Albert Einstein

One of the secrets of success is learning what others don’t know. If you are to have an edge over your competition, then you must be ready to acquire extra knowledge.

What you know that others don’t is one of the reasons why people will choose to patronize you rather than patronizing others.

For example, if you choose to have an edge over others concerning retaining more traffic to your blogs.

Being Passionate

“Passion is the genesis of genius”

– Tonny Robbison

Tip: You’ve probably wondered why how some people seem to be the only experts in their niche. The simple secret lies in being passionate about what they do.

The more passionate you become, the deeper you dig into your field and the more expertise you develop. Passion won’t allow you quit. It’ll keep you going all times whether the journey is rough or smooth.

You won’t care. If you can successfully identify what you’re passionate about, try to be the best at doing it.

I remember how Joseph friends used to call him a jobless internet addict then when he started Josylad dot Com. They laughed at him that he should do something better with his life rather than “writing and publishing articles”.

Joseph refused to listen to them because he was passionate about blogging, it’s something he enjoys doing that is why he has been able to successfully manage 4 blogs in just 2yrs.

I also remember the night he called to tell me how is dorm mates gathered round him pleading to learn how to blog after he got a freelance job worth $900 dollars. It was so funny to hear that the same set of people who mocked him earlier want to learn from him.

This is what passion does for you; it lifts you above mockery and brings your career into the limelight.

Dear friend, I hope you’ve learned one or two things from this post concerning turning your career around. Write them down and read every day to let them serve as a guide to your blogging success.

David Schneider

Dave is an author at Ninja Outreach and has a passion for digital marketing and travel. You can find him at @ninjaoutreach and [email protected]