1 Way to Improve Your Blog Quickly

Kyrie Irving is a phenomenal basketball player.

At 25 years young he is already one of the best players in the world.

He likely has the most diverse offensive skill set of any guard in the NBA over the past 10 to 20 years.

Tear drops. Floaters. Twisting layups. Bank shots.

Factor in his stellar outside shooting. Kyrie can catch fire from 3 point land. He can dominate via the mid range game.

He can even hit turnaround jump shots and up and under moves, spinning in the lane like a seasoned, skilled big man.

His passing is elite. Whip passes, no looks, and a dizzying array of dishes befuddle opponents and teammates at times.

Oh yeah; I’ve yet to mention the strongest point of his game. Kyrie has the best ball handling skills in the world.

His crossover move loses even the best defenders. Lightning quick and lightning tight, he has broken the ankles of any guard he has faced, from Russell Westbrook to Steph Curry to Damian Lillard.

Why is Kyrie Irving so darn good?

How does he teach you to improve your blog quickly?

He practiced the art of ball handling, shooting and passing unlike few basketball players in the world.

If you want to improve your blog really quickly you will practice writing like few bloggers in the world.

The Tipping Point

Malcolm Gladwell explains in The Tipping Point how genii in fields typically practiced at least 10,000 hours before becoming prodigies. Kyrie estimates he practiced at least 10,000 hours before he finished high school.

I followed Kyrie’s career in New Jersey when he starred at St. Patrick high school before I started my world travels. While most other players focused on playing AAU games all summer long he focused heavily on developing his skills in the gym, in addition to playing AAU or summer ball.

Is it any wonder the guy is possibly the most skilled guard on earth as a 25 year old?

For all of his natural abilities the kid outworked virtually every other player, practicing his skills until he could do stuff with a basketball nobody else can do.

Your Blogging Tipping Point

Your blogging tipping point happens when you:

  • open a Word document daily
  • write 1000 words no matter what
  • trash the document
  • continue this writing practice habit for years

When you practice writing every single day, in the shadows, you will outshine virtually all bloggers in your niche, few of which work on their writing skills in such fashion.

I was featured on Lifehack.org yesterday. My guest post was accepted and I received major exposure.

Last week my guest post was accepted on Positively Positive.

The collective 3,500,000 Facebook Fans from both communities were exposed to me, my work and my Blogging From Paradise brand because I have written 1000 to 20,000 words every day for the past 3 years.

I practice writing like few bloggers practice writing. So I get featured on world famous blogs like few bloggers do.

Practical Tips

  • write every single day for practice
  • guest post on top blogs from your niche
  • comment on top blogs from your niche
  • surround yourself with successful, prolific bloggers

Writing is the lifeblood of your blog.

If you want to improve your blog quickly commit 100% to writing 1000 words in a Word document every day. Write about your niche. Write about your experiences from the day. Just write.

Once you have a way with words, and find your writing voice, you will have developed writing skills like few bloggers so you will succeed like few bloggers succeed.

 

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