You Can Write A Great Blog Post If You

10- regularly make a draft of your learning, in your note pad, a word file or even use your mobile’s draft folder to write down the ideas / story.

9- share any interesting thing, which happened to you and can deliver learning  to others.

8- watch a movie, and then tell us what made the hero ‘A Hero‘ or/and why the movie was interesting.

7- go through your old notebooks, if there is something (I believe there are many) which can still be applied, publish them for us.

6- go through your two years old email in your sent folder.

5- take four days offline and spend time with yourself and few people who really matters.

4- watch a TED Talk.

3- get fail at something.

2- read, read, and read.

1- want.

Also remember You Can Not Write a Great Blog Post Everyday, you don’t need to. But it never means you shouldn’t write.

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5 thoughts on “You Can Write A Great Blog Post If You

  1. Congratulations on your excellent English! I assume you must have learned it early in your life.

    You seem to have a lot of friends, many of them online, something I also envy.

    Do you have much in your blog about Pakistan? You sound like another guy I know from India, who is now very much an American intellectual, with several advanced degrees. His blog is ribbonfarm.

    • Hal, thanks for taking time to visit me. 😉 Truth to be told, I’m learning English now 😉 And Yes I love making genuine connections both offline and online, you’ve got it right.

      I am writing for Pakistan and people who are not yet finished. 😉

  2. Totally agree on this list Waqas.

    It didn’t occur to me to watch old stuff at the sent folder. Mmm.. probably a source of pending things =/

    Also one can write beside the blog, like in a .doc file any ideas in drafts of essays. Like poorly written drafts of ideas to leave them mature a bit. At some given point in the future, you re read your stuff and you start to see ways to polish them a little bit, reject what you think isn’t going to work and then you have a decent post.

    BTW, I like the way you’re blogging.

    • Yes this is one excellent thing –> “At some given point in the future, you re read your stuff and you start to see ways to polish them a little bit, reject what you think isn’t going to work and then you have a decent post.”

      I have been doing this in number of ways, often watch old pictures of mine and it reminds of what were my priorities in life and are they have been changing in any mean.

      I’m very glad you visit my blog. Thank you.

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