Show up a minimum of an hour, daily, for two years.
In case you wanted the short answer, there it is.
If you want details, keep reading.
I’m going to reveal what lead me to blogging success.
You’re getting it 100% FREE so take advantage.
If you follow what I’m about to share, you’ll make your success inevitable.
But you MUST follow it.
All of it.
If I say “left” and you look right for just one second, it’s game over.
I’m giving you the blueprint of what made Inertia Will Hurt Ya grow.
What made it a great blog instead of just another blog floating around the internet.
So study it.
And become it.
Your success is next in line.
The power of showing up daily
I started writing October 2014.
There’s yet to be a day where I haven’t logged into my blog a minimum of an hour.
Did you hear me there?
I didn’t say there has yet to be a day where I didn’t write, or a day where I didn’t network.
I said there’s yet to be a day where I didn’t log into my blog.
What’s the point?
I turned it into an obsession!
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard about how habits work.
Do something 30 days consecutively and it becomes habit.
However, do something for…hold on…let me do some math.
That’s roughly 605 days of doing something consistently.
By now, whether I like it or not, my blog is an obsession.
You see, the longer you do something, the more you feel pulled to do it.
Especially if you do it DAILY.
You literally turn it into an obsession.
Not a habit.
Not a routine.
And when you’re obsessed with something, you give it a different type of attention. (Important)
Your focus is different.
It’s what you think about daily and often.
What has becoming obsessed with my blog resulted in?
Me trying many different things and figuring out what works and what doesn’t.
Most people want the answer to success.
There is no answer.
You either become obsessed and work.
…Or you spend days, months, and years on Google searching for shortcuts.
Read those last two sentences again and let them sink in.
When I wake up in the morning, the very first thing I do is grab my phone and log into this blog.
I look at my traffic, comments, and most importantly, make sure everything is running smoothly.
I also take a look at the current article I’m working on.
Sometimes I’ll work on it a bit, other times I’ll read what I have so far and then leave it alone.
But no matter what, my blog is #1 every morning.
After my morning routine, I’ll spend a minimum of an hour on Inertia Will Hurt Ya before anything else.
And unless I have important things to do that day, I’ll work on it a lot longer than an hour.
But never less than an hour.
That’s what leads to success.
What I recommend you do
If you really want to succeed with your blog, all you have to do is show up every day for two years.
I’ve yet to reach the two year mark, but I’m fairly close.
I’m about 4 months away.
Look at how much I’ve accomplished.
And while I hate to brag, it’s important you know how much my obsession has gotten me.
You have my word on everything you just read in that last sentence.
But there was no way I could have done it without obsession.
As I mentioned earlier, start your blog and spend an hour on it daily for two years.
I don’t care if you spend that hour writing, editing, or just staring at your blog.
Just do it daily.
Chances are that if you choose just to stare at your blog, you’re going to get bored and write.
This is why it’s so important that you commit to that hour.
Not only will you be slowly making your blog an obsession, but you’ll be getting a TON of work done.
On day one, you plant a success seed.
Every hour that you dedicate daily results in you watering that seed.
As long as the water doesn’t stop, your blog will inevitably grow.
But stop the water supply, and it dies.
You already know what you need to do.
But I’ll tell you again.
Pick an audience (specific person) you’re going to speak to, write a TON of quality articles that will help, teach, or motivate them, and show up EVERY SINGLE DAY.
You do that, my friend, and you’ll have proof that consistency leads to obsession, and that obsession leads to success.
But it takes patience and commitment at the beginning.
There’s no way you’re going to be obsessed when you start.
Obsession is developed.
You must acquire it on your own.
There is no way to be obsessed with something that isn’t giving you a reward.
You follow me?
If you’re writing every day for a year and don’t make a single penny, have an audience, or experience any growth in traffic; what are the chances of you persisting?
But, if you’re obsessed, you’ll leave yourself no choice.
You’re going to succeed whether you like it or not.