Hi, and welcome to this week’s blog post!
Today and next week I’ll be talking to wellbeing professionals, including coaches, counsellors, psychotherapists, and anyone that looks after the wellbeing of their clients in one way or another.
There are a few reasons for me writing this blog post mini-series now.
1. Blogging revolutionised my practice, and I am eager to teach more people how to blog to revolutionise their practices by following practical, simple steps.
2. I’m presenting a series of workshops via onlinevents.co.uk, which launch with a two-part blogging workshop broken down in two days. If you want to know how to make your blog posts go further, I’ve created with onlinevents a one-day workshop on using Canva and Lumen5 to create images and videos to promote your blogs and keep them alive for longer!
3. I am a content creator and am now offering that as a service. Now, I don’t write blog posts for people, but I am offering helping out with outlines and other aspects of blogging as part of my Content Creation service.
This week I’ll talk a little bit about what to expect in the workshop, and some tips on how to start blogging. Next week I’ll focus on the scheduling and timing aspects of blogging.
Here are some top tips to get you going:
Get your head around blogging
As with anything, having the right mindset before starting a task is important.
Don’t worry, your mindset will change as you start. Just get started and things will start making more sense!
Have a “thinking” session
Sitting down and coming up with things you want to write about is always a good idea.
Putting things down on paper will release those ideas into the real world and you will be able to see things more clearly, as you’ve made room in your mind for further thinking about these things.
There are lots more things to consider in a thinking session, but starting out with this will be a good starting point!
When getting down to the nitty gritty of writing a blog post, considering the why, what, when, where, who and how are important.
Knowing exactly where you stand with your reasoning behind blogging will get you closer to becoming more at ease with writing and getting your message out.
During the workshops…
I’ll be delving in deeper in to the above aspects.
Plus! You’ll get a chance to ask questions and work together with like-minded colleagues who are starting or continuing their blog writing journey.
Getting your message out there can be fun (I particularly love writing!) and it’s a great way to get yourself known to your colleagues and potential clients.
There’s so much to learn from you. Let’s get that message out!
Until next week…