Blog post at Productive Superdad : On the 31st of December, 2010, I published my first post on this blog. Ever since then I have been blogging on a frequent basis...
3. Get a coach from the get-go
This is one of the things I wish I had done when I started blogging: Hired a coach.
Although I hired some temporary help when launching my blog in 2011 (and to which I was happy with), I still wanted something more.
In January 2012 this changed, as I started working with Danny Iny and I couldn’t be happier with the results.
Coaching has made a huge difference in my productivity as I’m able to focus on things that are truly important.
It’s also a great way to test new ideas: I might have a crazy plan in my head which I pitch to Danny. If he thinks the idea is not so great, I put that on hold or get it off of my list completely. This is a huge time saver and I can keep on track without any extra distractions.
Although coaching is expensive, it’s also a much faster way to get to your destination. Besides, you can rarely get to your goal by buying a $19 e-book.
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