Small wins many times can lead to bigger ones, one day. Little and often over time, it is more significant than one huge win, but in the modern world, we’ve been conditioned to hunt the glory and tusks instead of accruing more in increments, which has every bit as much honor and effect.
People underestimate small wins. Don’t focus on getting followers or more views. Focus on how you can add values, what is it that your audience wants to know or hear from you. It doesn’t matter how many followers do you have. What counts is how many you may have touched, helped, or inspired, in even the smallest way.
You do not need to be an expert to care about and help others; you just need to be willing to become involved. A little kindness can do so much. We can change the world by helping or inspiring even a single person too. Changing a single person’s life will be a bigger contribution from our side.
I believe in quality work. A little but quality work is much better. I do what I have the ability to do. I can do it with zero followers or 1k followers, regardless, if at least one person benefits from what I’m doing, then I served my purpose. It’s all about the value.
Keep doing what you do, as you are truly helping others improve themselves (whether you know it or not) and always remember, sharing is caring, activity is activity as long as you do not stop. Its effect will be never lasting. First, you will observe its effect within yourself and then it can be transferred gradually as much as efforts you will be adding into it.
Produce quality content, and produce it consistently, so your audience grows and engages. If you don’t have a prettier face, it doesn’t matter. What matters is your writing, “write something insightful.” If you can’t think something insightful, share someone else’s insightful thoughts and add your thoughts. There’s really no excuse for not posting at least 1 thing every day, and giving it some sort of value e.g. “social currency”.
Adding values is all about planting seeds. You continue to reap what you sow and as long as you’re planting kindness and compassion, eventually those seeds will reap the benefit. On top of that, you yourself will receive the benefit of having a life filled with kindness, compassion, and respect. To a lesser degree, it’s about acknowledging that you only have control over yourself, your actions, and how you treat others you’re more geared to the long game.
If someone is chronically ill, or depressed, physically disabled, etc, nobody would expect them to commit to a schedule that’s far more taxing than it would be for a person not suffering from any of those. Didn’t mean to offend anyone. What I meant was, getting into the habit of starting the day with an original thought, while working on a project and sharing it with the world. Which in itself is hard for a lot of people, especially introverts, or those who grew up without social media, or those who are used to networking. It’s not a disability or problem, but it’s definitely a mental barrier to overcome. Whichever habit you choose to feed, is the one that’s going to grow.
You offer relatable experiences poetry and stories so that others can gain valuable insight, enabling others to not make similar mistakes. You allow people to put things in perspective. You are creating a light in the darkness, allowing even those, that are blind by the everyday overwhelming nests, to see. I don’t see you as a “disruptor”. I see you as a contributor, to assist and aid others, simply to HELP because you hear the cries of those suffering, too prideful to ask for help, because they are ashamed, by how others may criticize them, allowing them to slowly become consumed by that which is meaningless.
I think people are underestimating the amount of work it takes to build an ‘engaged’ audience and they are comparing themselves all the time. The truth is that building anything worthwhile takes grit, time and consistency. We’re moving from mindsets to consciousness. Consciousness means it is not a fixed thing. It is not just flexible; it has no shape and form.
How many peoples’ lives have you personally touched and made a difference in. Something I’ve been thinking about. Offering deeper credibility to our followers especially at the blogging platform, people want to see the impact we’ve had.
People can criticize and compare that they are better at writing posts and get more views. But they miss the simple fact that even for thousands of people that are getting here, it is actually causing millions of views combining another platform. The network is actually growing by the end of the day. It may be challenging but progress is there and persistence well that is definitely not to be taken for granted.
Every expert was once a beginner. It’s more about just getting started than to start perfectly with motivation and enthusiasm. I am grateful, I have what I need and not everything I want. I am grateful for the good and bad things in my life. It makes me see clearly. It makes me humble. It makes me the person I am today (Not Perfect) but striving to be better every day. I believe in myself and the values filled in me by my seniors and that’s the main reason I never give up. I never let my mind be demotivated by the criticism of people around me but I always take them positively which helps me boost up my confidence.
When I started sharing my thoughts I had zero followers. I’m grateful to everyone from the very first to the last, and to have a thousand followers is a lot. If you don’t come from a place of gratitude then I don’t think people will follow you there are so many choices out there.
Not all people around you will try to inspire you for what you are doing. You will have to face certain criticism but you have to stand still with what you are doing. Never give up as success will come in its own time but the time will come soon with your strong belief and hard word. At the end of the day, you will be known as a successful personality. That’s all from my side.
Looking forward to your expert opinion?