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Recently I have been reading that if a person wants to have a successful blog they need to be great right from the start, honing their craft right from the very beginning. That if they don’t have great material right from the beginning that they might as well not bother, cause all people will remember them for is their less than stellar work.
Do we really have that much expectations of people?
To expect perfection right from the beginning? Do we not allow learning curves anymore? Why do we put so much pressure on folks?
All this information out there on this is the way to a bang buster blog…..but you have to do it all just so and write perfectly and have great graphics, and pin everyone else materials and …. the list goes on.
So much pressure to do it all correctly or …. the message is….don’t bother or expect only for others be noticed or bothered about cause that first impression is all that matters.
I find that sad.
What about seeing what the true purpose is….honing a skill, sharing information important to the blogger, teaching/giving a reader new information.
Walking your way through what is most important to that person.
Knowing that telling folks to do it all perfectly right from the start is the only way to go, or you might as well forget about it.
Is there one grace allowed, no time or gradual growth? Should one really give up if they haven’t perfected the craft in blogging before they even begin?
Is there really no point? No purpose?
Sometimes I wonder….
This is a five minute Friday post. the word prompt is brought to us by Miss Kate. Today the word is purpose.
What is Five Minute Friday? Well it’s a party of a group of like
minded folks who gather on Friday to do a five minute free write around a
singular word. AND THEN we take the time to offer up encouragement to
each other on this writing journey. It’s fun, though it’s not always
easy, but it is always good. Come join us won’t you? You are always