When you started your blog, did you set any goals? Have you achieved them? Have they changed at all?
It hasn’t been long since I started my blog, but in the time that I have been writing over the last few weeks, I have learned many things. First though, I want to say this; My ultimate goal in writing a blog was not to have a large number of followers, but to explore my creative writing techniques and see if I could improve myself enough to write something great. I have always wanted to be a writer, but I have never known where to start. I started a blog because I figured I could gain great feedback this way. Starting a blog is definitely a process, but it is a process worth doing, because you have to fight for people’s feedback on what you write. Everything I have written thus far has been fairly basic in nature, but just practice once again.
My ultimate goal is to start a story that I have created on my own and explore my fictional writing skills. I must admit, I have never been too keen of my own creativity, in fact I have always felt that I lack in any creativity. It really is funny because I am left-handed and left-handed people are supposed to be very creative. However, I have a really hard time coming up with ideas on my own. I usually need motivation to push me in one direction or the other. I feel that responding to these daily prompts and challenges will eventually give me the push that I need to come up with that one special idea. I hope that when I achieve that special idea, it will start a chain reaction of multiple ideas that lead to a wonderful story that people will love to read.
For now though, I would really just like to talk about the things that pop into my head on a daily basis that I wish to share with all of my fellow bloggers. Everyone has something wonderful to say and I am just doing my part. Blogging is about coming up with original ideas and sharing them with the world…
In the time that I have been writing this blog, I have learned that it isn’t about the number of followers that you have, but the number of people who are willing to share their advice and willing to take the time to read what you have. Sharing good ideas with the world is important.
It’s just a matter of if your ideas are good enough to get the world’s attention.
This post is in response to: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/05/22/daily-prompt-goals/