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Quote Find: About Perseverance

Some people has been asking me why I insist/persevere with blogging. For them its a small thing. For some people being a stay-at-home-mom versus going out to work is peanuts, nothing really worthy. Haha, how ignorant those people can be. As to why I persevere with this work, its mostly because I enjoy it thoroughly. More often than not, its fun for me. I rarely count the time I blog, because I enjoy myself and I also learn a lot.

Perhaps this is my niche? Or perhaps I’m just a forward thinker? I believe that in the future, blogs will really have the power, the say on a lot of things. And it’s slowly happening now. Whereas before, advertising is confined to traditional medium, now its everywhere on the net. Almost everyone I know goes online, so you can never underestimate the influence blogs/websites wield now and more so in the future.
As for those people who think working online, blogging is nothing, well I would say, they should give it a try. The skills you’ll be needing as a blogger are multitude. You have to be able to at least throw up some readable content, be able to at least understand the technicalities (if not, there are tutorials out there but this also requires ounces of patience and perseverance) and most of all you’ll need the ability to manage your time. That’s what I like best, you have total control. I could stop blogging for five days if I want to go on a trip with my family, that I could arrange my time to take care of my family’s needs is one of the best things about this kind of work.
And you have to persevere. I still have a long way to go to be a good blogger, though I have a more or less decent income from it, I’m aiming to be better. And this things cannot be achieved overnight. You have to keep doing it, learn from mistakes and do it again. This two quotes mirrors exactly about how I feel about blogging and whatever work that comes my way..

Don’t be afraid to give your best to what seemingly are small jobs. Every time you conquer one it makes you that much stronger. If you do the little jobs well, the big ones will tend to take care of themselves. ~Dale Carnegie

Consider the postage stamp: its usefulness consists in the ability to stick to one thing till it gets there. ~Josh Billings

If there is just one thing now I have learned about working from home, its about perseverance. There has been countless times, I wanted to give up, but I never did. I’m pretty sure there’ll be more downs but I sure will keep on trying. Not just with blogging, but with everything else life dishes out on me..

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