Overcoming Content Procrastination Start to Finish

A session at BlogWorld New York 2012

Wednesday 6th June, 2012

11:30am to 12:30pm (EST)

Using the metaphor of running races of varying distances and combining it with the inspiring Napkin Dad Story I will explain how anyone, the person just starting a blog or long time veteran, can set themselves up for content creation success in the short and long term. Areas of effort familiar to runners are also applicable to the world of blogging and content creation. These include: Training & Equipment Partners & Communities Nutrition & Hydration Cross-training & Rest Injuries & Setbacks Whatever creative race you are about to run, learning these lessons will help you run it better.

Key Points
1. Attendees will learn how to prepare for the unknown. In running and in content creation you do not know for certain what is up ahead. Preparation for the unknown is key.
2. Attendees will learn how to pace themselves properly. Every race, every distance is different and puts different demands on us. Understanding the proper pace for what you are trying to accomplish is essential.
3. Attendees will learn that there is always something they can accomplish successfully. Comparing your achievements to others will do less for your success than comparing it to your own accomplishments.

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Marty Coleman

I am the Napkin Dad. The Napkin Dad Daily will make your brain bigger and your day better. http://www.napkindad.com bio from Twitter

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Time 11:30am12:30pm EST

Date Wed 6th June 2012

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