3 Simple Steps on How to Write Content Faster With This Formula – Never Have Writers Block Again

3 Simple Steps on How to Write Content Faster With This Formula – Never Have Writers Block Again

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Digital nomads who work in the space of blogs and content duration are always on a constant search for items to write about. The internet is a fantastic place for inspiration, but what is the formula to break ‘writer’s block?’ There are 3 easy steps you can follow to break through, and always have something to write about. A big part of being an excellent writer is having content that people find current, inspirational, and helpful. Learn this pattern, practice it, and build the habit. Never run out of topics to write about again.

Industry News

The news is a great place to draw topics from. Whether you are writing for technology, business ops, or fashion, you can Google search the main topic for your blog and take inventory of what the search engine brings up. Check out the trending stories section at the top, or click over to YouTube and see what was posted within the week. This is how the famous South Park cartoon continues to stay current. Writing about current topics will keep your readers engaged and caught up on current news. You definitely want your audience to be in the know.

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Leaders & Moguls

Everyone likes to read about famous people. What peaks your curiosity is what and how they are operating differently. What is it about them that makes them high performance, super fit, and a suave conversationalist? We all like to invest in ourselves and take what works for other people and do the same for ourselves. Writing about leaders and moguls in your industry is a sure way to cross-market your company, and will be a beneficial shout out to someone you place in the spotlight. Don’t know where to start? Pick up the phone and call business owners in your city. Ready, set, go!

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Call to Action

Write about something that can benefit a person after they read your article. For instance, what are the top and most effective social media scheduler that you want your audience to know about? If you’ve tested out a technology, or process, go forth and tell people about it. Helping people is a great way to build rapport and strengthen relationships. Your readers will trust you when you write about the benefits of using xyz, and how they can also benefit. Give readers a call to action that they can walk away with, and end up improving their lives after visiting your blog.

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Break out of writer’s block, and let your creativity flow. Research the news, business leaders and moguls, and also find a beneficial call to action for your readers. You will never have writer’s block when you have a formula that helps you bust through. Also, remember that practice makes perfect. The more you get into the habit of writing quality articles and scouting for topics, the better a writer you will be. Rome was not built in a day, so remember that becoming a great writer will take persistence and a lot of practice. You can do it, so be persistent. Get ready to write your most creative content, and improve your productitity to boot!

Sincerely,
Danielle

Blogger of Econtently

How To Keep Up With Your Work Over The Holidays – Getting Work Done When It’s The Hardest Thing To Do

During the holiday season, it can be difficult to manage the year end rush while balancing family and business holiday parties. This is the time when you need to focus the most. Year end is when people reassess their goals they made at the beginning of the year, and make a push to meet those goals during the end of the year.

As a business owner, being on top of your game means having a plan, answering emails, and being available to serve your customers. Be ready to take on more clients as well, because there are people out there who need your services. The more prepared you are to take on the work, handle the current workload, and also be present for family and friends, the better your year-end will be.

How Do You Achieve It All

The answer is by careful planning. When you plan your day, week, and month, you budget your time and can allocate what you spend your time on the important matters that need your full attention. This means planning to exercise, planning for decent sleep, planning for family and friends, and making sure you always budget time for your business operations and sales processes into your schedule. I firmly believe that those who plan well are those who achieve great things.

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Start Here

The first place to start is with you. Dive deep. Ask yourself why you are going after certain goals and objectives. If it is for you, you will stick with it. If you are going after certain goals to make someone else appeased, you will never stick with it. Building your foundation of why you are going after your goals is the first step towards effectively planning. Yes we all want more time with our family and quality friends, a sexy body and amazing health, and a thriving business that would make class reunion a breeze, but you need to plan out the details. Success in each of these categories is extremely different for each person, this is because we are all unique, have different desires and wants, and also needs.

 

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Where Do I Go From Here?

Grab a special planner that allows you to write in what you will do each hour. Plan each and every hour of the day, and can get right down to the minute. It may be daunting, but it is your life and you’ve got to be the change you want to see, it helps to build discipline. To prevent overload, start with a small list of tasks each day, and build from there. For example, if you want to do something to improve your health, relationships, and business, you can start a daily list that looks like this:

  1. Work Out At Gym for 1 Hour in Cycling Class
  2. Spend time with best friend Jessie downtown
  3. Complete 4 big projects today for clients and send 5 follow-up emails

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KISS

Keep it simple silly (kiss). The further down the rabbit hole you travel, the more you will find clarity on what you need to do, who you need to spend your time with, and the clients you want to serve. Make it happen. Your values will align with what you think, say, and do in your health, relationships, and business categories. Keep it really simple, and start small. Once you get good at completing small tasks, allow yourself to take on more. You will eventually get to where you can do more, be more, and become more.

 

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You Are Worth It

No one said keeping on the straight and narrow would be easy, but I can promise you that you are worth it to improve and save your life. Make your life better, and keep going no matter how small of a step you take. There will be distractions, failures, and setbacks. Take inventory, heal yourself, and get back on the path. It’s like that one quote that goes something like this…

“What is more important than achieving your goals is the person
you become while you achieve them.”
—Unknown

 

As you go about your holiday season to wrap up the year-end, and get ready for big improvements in 2018, remember to become a person of value and to serve those around you. Be ready to serve your clients, help new business develop, and be present for your loved ones.

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Happy New Year – See you in 2018!
Danielle

​~Create a better future one day at a time~

Danielle E. Brockman
Blogger | Digital Marketer

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How To Use Productivity to Get Stuff Done!

As a week cap before we head into the weekend, I thought it might be awesome to share an ‘a-ha!’ moment with my readers. As a freelancer, I feel I am always busy. But the truth of the matter is that there is busy-work and actual production work. Depending on what your goals are, you can allocate your time to get done what needs to get done. Of course you should make time for working out, meal prepping, meeting up with friends, and of course, date night. If you’re building your freelance up, then you have to allocate your time and guard it. For the first time since high school (what happened in college, anyhow?), I’ve actually picked up a planner and have been using it to track what I actually get done in the week. What I found was surprising!

First, let’s dive into how you allocate your time. Just like in finance and budgeting, you have fixed costs, or in this case, fixed time. What I mean here is that you have things you need to do every day in order to get along during the day. Fixed time includes the time you spend showering, running to the ladies and gent’s room, making food, eating food, and my favorite, sleeping. The other categories can be broken down into four types: urgent vs. non-urgent and important vs. not as important.

 

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The next part in knowing how to use productivity to get stuff done is to have a goal of what will move you forward the most. Is it going to meetups to find clients? Perhaps taking time to create that youtube video? Or eating popcorn on the couch while you Netflix and chill? Believe me, they are all important. You need to have chill time in order to be more productive. I’ve tried the balls-to-the-wall approach, and I just became a sleep-deprived and schizophrenic person. When I began to integrate relaxing with long periods of focused attention, I began to see results. Don’t get me wrong, there are times when I wandered or spent too much time being distracted by a hot guy, but in order to move forward you need to spend more time in the first part of the above matrix, important and urgent/not urgent. This is important if you have a big goal you want to work towards – remember those New Year resolutions? Making the sacrifices today will pay off in the future.

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Okay, so this next part is kind of fun – using a planner. I took a week out of the month and tracked what I was actually doing. It turns out I spend way too much time doing things that were urgent and not important. To be on track with everything I had laid out for the year back in January, I needed to know where I was spending my time, and how much time I was allocating towards my goals. With tracking, I was able to see where I needed to make adjustments. If you work on your computer a lot, which most of us do at this time, then pairing your calendar with a time tracker app really helps. To achieve your goals, and get stuff done, write down in your planner how much time you can allocate to working on a particular goal.

 

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Each person has different goals, and they are all important. To get closer achieving your goals, allocate more time towards them. Find out where you spend your time, and make the adjustment. It really helps to have a friend or two work with you – so don’t be shy! Allocate your time, and remember that life’s a journey –  so enjoy the ride as you get closer to bigger and better goals. You’re worth it, so be brave and go after your goals!

 

Cheers,

Danielle

 

 

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