Can a life lived according to noble values lead to success?
Today I am thinking about writing more frequently. In reality I am writing more because my friend Cliff Cardin is doing 30 days of continues blog writing. I agreed to increase my output, although not quit committing to 30 blog posts. I have a feeling I will be posting more on Andrew Ledford Dot Com than on OCDogTraining.com.
One problem with writing more is I’ll probably need to write more about me. I sometimes find it difficult to write about my insights because of my reserved nature. I am quite the introvert. Usually if people don’t want to hear what I have to say, I just don’t say it. I also prefer writing about events, others, things that can be reviewed, and things I have done.
During this blogging challenge I’m considering the act of writing about things I would like to do. While I’m thinking about doing them and I’m doing some planning, they aren’t in the actionable planning stage. There is no time set for their accomplishment. I am asking myself if writing about such things is ethical. I might never have the resources to even start. They are more like things I would do if I had financial and social support.
I have started planning for some aspects of these adventures, but it seems each plan to raise finances (business ventures) has not worked out too well.
If you have ideas how I can fund these dreams, goals, aspirations, and adventures please let me know. One thing I’ve realized is that any business venture needs to fit with my morals and personality or I won’t do it. I tend to be on the honest side.
I have been thinking about doing an online dog training course. In fact I have already done one, however it’s a bit too much work for most people to complete. I’m planning on creating a new course consisting primarily of videos. Do you think people will want to pay for my online dog training videos? If so how much?
Wishing you the very best in life,