Owning Your Blogging Expertise

“Why am I doing this?  No one cares what I have to say!”  “I’m no expert on this, why would people take my advice?”  “There are so many people writing about this topic online; I’ll never stand out.”  These are the thoughts that may run through your mind now and then.  They are most problematic when you are struggling with your blog and questioning your own blogging expertise.

I can’t tell you how many blogging coaching clients I have that struggle with these kinds of thoughts on a regular basis.  It’s hard.  It’s defeating.

But the one way that I have overcome this lack of confidence over the years is simply by deciding that I do know what I’m talking about— even when the trolls come along to give me a hard time.

That I do have a value that I can add to the internet that can help the particular audience that I am looking to help!

You, my friend, do too!

In today’s episode, I tackle how you can fight back your limiting beliefs and negative self-talk.  I want to help you build up your confidence and use your past to support your current blogging life.

You can do this.  You just need to own it.  Plus listen to today’s episode of Just Keep Blogging for your weekly dose of blogging adrenaline!

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One Comment

  1. Hi Kim,

    Thanks for taking on the clutter.

    I could really use some extra help, from you and your other readers. We are moving across the country in a couple of months. I HAVE to get rid of a lot of stuff quick. Our current home is over 4000 square feet and FULL. We are downsizing to less than 1800. In order to sell our house we had to get rid of clutter. So, it all got boxed up and put in storage or oue completely packed garagw. It is a lot and completely overwhelming. In 2016 both of my parents and one our sons passed away. Over night we were inundated three more house full of stuff. It was. Just to painful to go through it all. Family members took what they wanted and we shipped a truckload of stuff to my daughter in California a a she was moving into her first home.

    We have had several garage sales and sold some things to a furniture resale shop and online. We have taken trucktruckloads of stuff to Goodwill and other agencies.

    So the question is, what do I do with the rest of this stuff, some of which I am emotionally attached to.

    Literally in Over My Head

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