Blogging, Lifestyle

Dealing with my blogging “failures”

Sometimes, things just don’t go to plan, and that is okay. It’s something that happens to every content creator at one point in their career.

In this post, I’ll be sharing the ways I have dealt with “failure”.

Allow myself to feel disappointed

Learning to accept my emotions is one of the most difficult things I’ve had to work on. It’s natural to feel disappointed when something doesn’t go to plan.

I sit with it for a certain amount of time, then I move on to the next example.

Evaluate my work

I like to look over content that didn’t “work out” and see what I can learn from it. Are there any glaring mistakes? What could I do better?

I only allow a set amount of time to do this, I don’t want to start dwelling on it, too much.

Go back to the drawing board

You can have an infinite amount of ideas, but not all of them will be winners, and that’s okay.

I like to use what I’ve learned from writing content overall, and seeing what works and what doesn’t.

Setbacks happen, it’s how we react to them that’s important.

And on that note, thank you for reading my post!
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