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From personal experience - and feeling the pressure to create more and more meaningful content, this nails it. Content is an asset and there are no shortcuts to success -either via time or the hard work required. Making an appointment to write is important advice - too easy to put it off.

There's no one right way and each person must define what works for them and what they hope to accomplish so they know whether or now they're spinning their wheels or moving closer towards their goal.

Either way, you have to act and yes, it's so important to make sure you find a way to make it a rewarding process vs. a chore.

That you create these valuable posts consistently each day is both admirable and inspiring.

yes, and the answer may surprise many. Hint: it's not about buying topic ideas ;-)

Looking forward.

I was going to install Diqus this past weekend and time just slipped away from me. I can see how people may get discouraged by lack of feedback -- most of my posts get little in way of comments -- and think their contribution is not valuable because of it. You know I have my own take on this.

Thank you for inviting me as guest #blogchat. Looking forward to people's take and questions. You've built a good community there.

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