One of the goals I attempt every year is to write one million words. In the grand scheme of things, a million really isn’t all that many. In fact, I used to write more than twice this amount back in the day. However, it’s not my primary goal.
A lot of writers suffer from one prominent behavior: being overly critical of themselves. In many cases, this has more to do with self-confidence and esteem than anything else. So, how do people get past this behavior to become successful?
I am one who often pushes himself pretty hard to accomplish personal challenges. And after publishing my first book in November of 2021, I decided to come up with a plan to publish more books in 2022. Considering how much I have to do in a day, it’s a viable challenge.
Setting a New Year’s resolution usually isn’t all that difficult for me. Probably because I don’t focus on massive, unobtainable goals. Instead, I work on things that inspire self-improvement. So, what kind of new blogging goals am I setting for the coming year?
Before you can monetize your YouTube channel with AdSense, you need 4,000 hours of watch time in a 12-month period and 1,000 subscribers. But how easy is it to monetize YouTube with Buy Me a Coffee without reaching those numbers?