You’re in conflict.
I know because I’ve been there myself.
You love blogging and you see how a thriving blog can help people all over the world solve problems, connect with others, and get closer to their dreams.
But at the same time, you have a sneaking suspicion you’re not giving your own blog the best possible chance to succeed.
The problem is time. Or more precisely, lack of it.
Because in the real world, blogging has to fit in around other “more important” things. Like a full-time job, for example.
So you end up doing what any smart blogger would do and you make the best of the time available.
You seek out motivational tips, blogging tricks and productivity hacks to help you squeeze the most out of every precious blogging hour.
But deep down you know it’s not enough.
The answer isn’t greater efficiency. No, all the productivity tips in the world won’t turn a few spare hours into 20 hours. That’s nuts.
You need more time. Because one thing’s for sure – you’re not doing your blog justice right now.
Now, if you could make some money from your blog, that would give you a little more freedom.
If you could get paid to blog, then maybe you could build some serious momentum and make a real difference.
But realistically, you just can’t see how that’ll ever happen.
So, what’s a conflicted blogger to do?