Becoming a better blogger is just like becoming a better guitarist
There’s no way you become a great (or even decent) guitarist without picking up a guitar, grabbing a music book, learning where the notes and positions are, and this is the most important part, practicing the guitar.
You don’t play the song the right way the first time. You don’t play it perfectly. Instead, you play, and you play, and you play – again and again and again – until you get good.
And the same is true for blogging.
You want to get better at writing. You must write. Not a little. A lot. Consistently.
Because the bad stuff you do, the mistakes you make, go away after time. But you have to put in the time to make everything work.
I delivered a 2-hour workshop on this
This past weekend I delivered a two-hour workshop on becoming a better blogger. It was enough time to dig into details, but not so long that people got bored.
After all, there are tons of questions that I normally get when talking with folks about getting better at blogging.
So I crafted the workshop around those questions: