Go get it

Stop waiting for something “good” to happen, just go for it.

Be mindful that in the long run it may not work out in your favor or simply you just not good at it. But how would you know if you never take a chance, just a chance at it.

Set the day and make it work for you. What matters is the fact that you build a backbone and went for it. Failure is not available but the essence of taking a shot at your dreams makes it worthy.

Who is your content for?

That’s the question you should ask yourself before you step into the blank page.

Besides that, there’s a million thing you can write about on your blog, but you won’t be writing about a million things. Find your niche “market” and start there, trust me there is no other way.

Start small and hopefully it will go big. Yes, “hopefully”, because there are no guarantees when it comes to success.

Time

There is nothing you can do about it. Your entire life, one way or the you’ll be playing around it.

Anybody can tell you to just focus on the moment and go on. Sure, but in practice with all the little things with have going on in our life; family, work, shores, school and so on those “little things” become big things and with end up playing catch up with time.

I will not tell you how to manage your time, because only you know what’s really going on at any giving moment.

My suggestion? One step at the time. In my case, I’ve realized that the best time for me to post here is in the morning. Yet, my life is super busy with real-life responsibilities. Time is limited for all of us in many different ways, make it work for you the best way you can.

Google rolls out new privacy tools for Maps, YouTube and Assistant

The tools are meant to better allow users to control, manage and erase the data Google collects from those who use its services or prevent Google from collecting that data in the first place, in some cases.
In Google Maps, there’s now an incognito mode option that works similar to the one available in the Chrome browser and, more recently, YouTube .
The idea is that there are times when you don’t want Google to track your usage of Maps, including when you search for particular places or travel about town.

Via

TechCrunch

I personally think this is a good step by Google when it comes to our personal data online.

Short posts

The time to be realistic is now. People are not reading 3000 or 5000 words post anymore like before. This is the era where as a blogger writer you have to go straight to the point now days.

Of course you can still write long posts and of course they can get a lot of traction depending on the topic or your niche.

Writing is all about mainly finding your own independent voice, as you may have read already. In my case, for instance, I’ll continue experimenting with short posts and see where it will take me.

Domain name

I know! My current domain to this site is set up as a redirect. Disla.org is the future of this site.

Although, I owned and disla is actually my last name, the plan for now is to continued growing the site with content before I commit to a pay plan from WordPress.

So far I like this, living behind all the technology behind the scenes from the self-hosted site is a welcoming stress-free relief for me.

Showing up is easy

The hard work is actually doing the work itself. Discipline doesn’t come in just out of the blue. Is all a mind-set and let me tell you something there is no online guru that can tell you otherwise, but sell you an e-book.

Is all self-discipline my friends and only you can snap out of your lazy zone and start doing the work that matter the most.

Don’t overthink things. It takes time, but most importantly you have to start soon or later.