Share Your Blogs Here :D

“Also find new blogs, friends and connections here 🙂 (blogging tip for you right there)”

Don Charisma

This is on sticky for a while. It’s the “new” and improved DonCharisma.org sharing page …

Please share your work or yourself here (in a comment).

Also find new blogs, friends and connections here 🙂 (blogging tip for you right there)

Use it for :

  • Sharing a link of a post you’ve just done that you’re proud of
  • Sharing your blog
  • Introduce yourself – “Hey I’m Don, I’m a friendly guy, ….”
  • Make new connections and network with other bloggers and readers of Don Charisma
  • Make new friends ?
  • Shameless self-promotion, if you’re brave enough 😀

Do not use it for :

  • Advertising commercial products and services
  • Spam
  • Anything that’s political – activism of any kind will not be approved
  • Religious preaching – Don Charisma is already saved 🙂
  • Rude, argumentative, offensive, troll’ish or other moronic activities.
  • Anything else that’s not in the spirit of Don Charisma (and the WordPress.com community)

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Save Yourself

“Intentions+nothing=nothing
Same behavior+same thoughts=stuck
It’s as simple as that.”

anewperspectiveperhaps

If only it was easy to practice what I preach.. Intentions are great, really they are, but intentions alone are not enough to get results. When I am at my most miserable point, when I beat myself up the most, is when my intentions do not match up with my behavior. I guess to put it another way, my will or desire to be and live a certain way is sabotaged by repeating the same behavior or being defeated by the same damaging repetitive thoughts. It’s like my mind and actions are a total contradiction to each other. What could possibly be more frustrating than having a destination mapped out, having the exact route in the palm of my hand, and StILL I consciously choose to go a different direction? It seems so foolish as I write it down and search my mind for the exact logic behind the deviation…

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Seven Mental Habits of Highly Effective Bloggers

“You’re limited only by fear and your imagination. Staying static is like painting your whole blog one color and keeping it that way.”

A Holistic Journey

1.Think big.
If I lived the way I’ve come to blog, I’d see some real progress in my life. On unsure terrain those early days, I started with posts that lined up with my interests. Homeschooling, for example. I felt assured I was “doing the right thing” posting the type of things bloggers were putting out. Gradually I tapped into what I was passionate about and the things that fascinated me. Last year, blogging stopped being a train of posts I shot out one at a time, wondering what I’d write about next. Rather than post linearly, I started architecting my blog. I figured how many floors (that is, topics) I would erect in the next six months, going backward to furnish the rooms (with posts for each topic). The blueprinting gave me direction, control, and purpose. But I wasn’t bound to my plans. There were plenty of posts…

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