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How to Defeat Blogging Limiting Beliefs?

We all have access to every practical blogging tip imaginable.

Create helpful content. Bond with bloggers by being generous.

Open multiple streams of income. Design your blog to be clean, clear, navigable and fast loading.

Why then do so many bloggers fail?

Mindset.

How you think, feel and act determines if you succeed or fail. You know this on a logical level but on a deeper emotional level, wow is this tough to put into practice.

How to Defeat Blogging Limiting Beliefs tip

I am writing these words at 10 PM on a Friday night.

The pro blogger thinking me gets to work, even after being out with buddies for the prior 4 hours. I think and feel like a success so I do what it takes to succeed.

I may be awake until 1 AM working and it would be no problem.

The old me bogged myself down with blogging limiting beliefs. I would have been too tired to work.

I would have had writer’s block. Working would be a waste of time, anyway.

After 20 minutes of Netflix I would have passed out and woken at 8 AM or 9 AM tomorrow, missing 4 precious hours of blogging work.

Why? I filled my mind with many limiting beliefs that acted like handcuffs, promoting my blogging failure.

Even if you know what it takes to succeed, you never follow successful tips from an abundant, detached, trusting energy, unless you shed blogging limiting beliefs and replace with empowering beliefs.

Useful Tips to Defeat Blogging Limiting Beliefs

Follow these tips to leave failure and its limiting beliefs behind so you can become a successful blogger.

1. Nudge into Fear Dail

Fear sits surrounded by your limiting beliefs.

Nudge into fear seeing what you genuinely believe about yourself and you blog. This process feels uncomfortable, but it’s necessary to grow your blog traffic and profits.

I formerly believed guest posting wasted my time because nobody would read my blog after clicking through my guest post.

Clinging to this limiting belief closed me off to guest posting which promoted my blogging struggles.

After I began guest posting a few times, I felt the deep fear of me wasting my time. Aha! I easily spotted and felt this limiting belief so I could release the negative idea.

What scares you blogging-wise? Nudge into fear.

Feel the energy and its associated limiting belief so you can leave the mental head trash behind.


2. Learn from the Best

Learn from top bloggers in your niche. Sponge up their knowledge and inspiration to constantly challenge your limiting beliefs.

Your mind may goad you to panic when things do not seem to work with your creating and connecting campaign.

Following a top blogger who preaches patience, calm and being generous ultimately reminds you not to panic and to trust in the creative process.

Top bloggers just remind you to face, embrace and release limiting beliefs so you can proceed in a calm, confident and positive direction.

Follow top pros. Soak up their wisdom. Feast on their inspiration.

Challenge your limiting beliefs with their empowering beliefs. Succeed by reprogramming your mind with their positive vibes.


3. Train Your Body and Mind

Consider meditating or doing deep in yoga daily to train your mind.

Walk or jog daily to train your body.

Limiting beliefs often sneakily kick around in your mind, hiding behind your fears.

Training body and mind both unearths these long-buried fears and raises your vibe, helping you face and release fears to replace with empowering blogging beliefs.

I do about 80 minutes of deep in yoga daily. I also walk for 90 minutes daily.

Doing mindset work and exercise uncovers my blogging limiting beliefs and raises my vibe so I see these negative ideas and replace with positive, empowering beliefs.


You Cannot Outrun Your Blogging Limiting Beliefs

Do not bother trying to outrun your limiting beliefs.

You cannot get over, outfox, or out of work your thoughts and feelings.

If you believe something to be true, it will come true for you.

Follow these tips diligently.

Unearth your limiting beliefs, feel these emotions and proceed from an empowered, affirmative, positive energy.

Blogging can feel uncomfortable sometimes but shedding these mental hand cuffs helps you follow a simple, practice blogging tips persistently as you become more and more successful.

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Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph

Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author at Blogging from Paradise and world traveler who's been featured on Richard Branson's Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Positively Positive, Life Hack, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon.

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2 thoughts on “How to Defeat Blogging Limiting Beliefs?”

  1. Hi Ryan & Satish,
    The fear factor has been detrimental to several bloggers, preventing them to take the leap, which is why your post is timely. However, my takeaway is the concept of learning from the pro bloggers in your industry. It is vital because they have been in the game far too long and have learned the rules of blogging. They know that it is not a get rich quick, but you have to be exercise patience to achieve your goals.

  2. Great tips, Ryan
    Doing exercise and if it is only walking in nature and meditation is very beneficial and supportive in getting rid of limiting beliefs. This is not only for bloggers. 🙂

    If people would do this instead of watching TV or Netflix where they only see more problems which also affect the thinking, it would be more helpful also for productivity.

    Compared to the time people spend on useless talk or watching other peoples problems, it takes very little time.
    Thanks for the tips, may they be fruitful 🙂

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