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Why Should You Blog About Your Failures?
 

Why Should You Blog About Your Failures?

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Find out why blogging about your failures is as important as writing about your successes and how it can help your blog readers in a meaningful way.

Find out why blogging about your failures is as important as writing about your successes and how it can help your blog readers in a meaningful way.

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    Why Should You Blog About Your Failures? Why Should You Blog About Your Failures? Presentation Transcript

    • Why Should YouBlog About Your‘Failures’ ?
    • You want to celebrate every smallpiece of success, don’t you? Itmakes you feel so good. You takeextreme delight in writing aboutyour successes.
    • But what happens when itcomes to blogging about yourfailures or mistakes?Why do most of you stop, all ofa sudden?
    • Do you never fail?Do you have a fear that talking about failures willtarnish your online reputation?Do you want others to repeat the same mistakeswhile losing both money and time?Do you think it’s not worth talking about?
    • Maybe, you are looking forsome good reasons to blogabout your failures …
    • Here are six of the best -
    • 1. It Makes You Look Like a Human I’m only human. I’ll make mistakes too.
    • 2. It Helps People Open Up We are engaged!
    • 3. It Inspires Others I failed too! But, I’ll try again.
    • 4. It Teaches people How to Do It Right
    • 5. It Makes You More Serious Now that people know about my failures, they’ll call me a stupid if I repeat them.
    • 6. It Glorifies Your Success
    • TakeawaySuccess is a close relative of failure. As you start to work hardto achieve your blogging goals, you are sure to fail severaltimes before finally meeting with success.Your success inspires others. But so do your failures. Talkingabout your failures is as important as writing about yoursuccesses, because the purpose in both the cases is to leadblog readers towards the right path.Edison, the quintessential American entrepreneur, washappy to embrace his role as a ‘champion offailures’, wasn’t he?Therefore, you shouldn’t hesitate to talk about your failuresor mistakes on your blog. It helps people learn and preventsthem from making the same mistakes again.It earns you trust, and respect!
    • [By: Obaidul Haque]Twitter: @obaidulhaqueBlog: www.hellobloggerz.com