Last Updated on September 12, 2020 by scottkandh
1. What did I do well this week?
a. Reflect on what went will in your blogging this week.
I’m getting familiar with knowing where to go make the necessary changes without scratching my head to ask myself, “How do I do that again?”
b. What new things did you learn and take action on? What came easily to you?
2. What did I struggle with this week?
a. Reflect on what didn’t go so well in your blogging this week.
One of the hardest things that isn’t go so well is that it doesn’t appear that I’m getting people to visit my blog. That’s not going to stop me, and I’ll keep plugging away. Hopefully, Pinterest and Tailwind are going to be the two tickets to help bring exposure to my blog so that it gets noticed.
b. What lessons or actions did you struggle with? What was difficult for you? Tailwind was not easy to use. I had to fumble with the buttons, and it wasn’t until I made the post that everything started coming together with the program. Its going to be so much easier to use now.
3. What do I want to do differently next week?
a. Reflect on how you’d like to approach your blogging differently next week.
I’ve been using Facebook and I’m looking at various Facebook Groups. I have even gone so far as to make a Facebook Business page.
b. What changes in your routine, lifestyle or attitude do you need to make to achieve your blogging goals next week? I’m using Tailwind to publish a minimum of 5 or 10 pins daily. It only takes minutes to put them in the schedule.
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