A blogger’s work is never done, if you want to keep growing then you have to keep up on your blogging education. I love reading about blogging and social media, more than I like watching TV. When you find something you love, this is what happens, you dedicate your free time to it and try to improve on everything that you are doing.
I’ve recently discovered podcasts and I don’t know what took me so long. They are so awesome, I can turn on a podcast and learn from the best minds while I’m doing the dishes and cleaning my floors, how cool is that. I’m all about audiobooks and podcasts, they make it so easy to learn and keep up on your favorite subjects.
Now if you want to take your blog or business to the next level, you have to learn from the best. Learn from those who have already done it so you can cut your learning curve in half.
Darren Rowse is your go to guy for blogging tips, have your gone through his 31 days to blogging series? It’s great for beginners or veterans who want to ensure they’ve covered everything.
Pat Flynn makes 6 figures a month through his online businesses, which you can see on his income reports, they rock. It’s a great motivational tool to see how those who are making a full-time salary get paid. Everyone has their own ideas and it’s never from one source. He’s a wealth of knowledge.
If you have a blog, you cannot ignore social media, enter the podcast from the folks at Social Media Examiner. Listen to everything from being believable to rocking Pinterest and all the other social media platforms, they’re tons of goodies here with 164 podcasts.
Michael Hyatt, the author of Platform, has a huge following and discusses branding and being your true self with your online presence. I’ve read his book and he offers a lot of great advice on his blog as well from productivity tips to increasing your entrepreneur spirit. Let’s face it bloggers, you’re entrepreneurs.
I love Amy’s podcasts, she offers a wealth of info on online marketing and has a love for list building. She always offers some free goodies to go along with her podcasts and I just finished a set of worksheets that examined my goals and productivity which was a much needed exercise.
John Lee Dumas is the king of podcasts and speaks with awesome entrepreneurs 7 days a week, that’s so crazy. Get ready to be inspired by all of these goodies as he interviews inspiring entrepreneurs, it really gives you a great surge of inspiration to hear how others have made it or how they’re rocking out their business.
I enjoy Beth Anne’s energetic spirit and I love funny and creative people who add a spark to business and as a mother, I want to learn from other mothers too.
A podcast for creative entrepreneurs – they talk about online business, mindset ideas with interviews from successful guests. While not blogging per se, if you want to make it a business, you need to shift your mindset.
The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod is a huge success and if you’re doing anything right, you should have a morning routine in place to get the most out of your day. I love Hal’s energy in his podcasts, it’s really motivating.
There’s no point in listening to any of these podcasts if you’re not going to take what you’ve learned and put it into practice. It’s super easy to listen to a podcast but you have to do something with the knowledge you’ve gained and put it back into your blog.
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