5 Steps to Accomplish Anything

Adam Personal Improvement 7 Comments

As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been trying really hard to get my content out on social media and guest post on other sites.

Recently I’ve put up content over at The Frugal Farmer, Gen Y Finance GuyMr. 1500, and Modest Money.

Today I’ve done some work with one of the greats of the personal finance community, and put up a post with John at Frugal Rules.

I’m pretty proud of this one and spent a lot of time on it, so if you have a few minutes head on over and check it out.


5 Steps to Accomplish Anything

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  1. Chef@ Fry The Financial Fish

    Thanks Adam,
    Wow what a great post!- When I try to accomplish an impossible goal – (running/ finance/ career) I try to take a targeted approach- start small and break it up into little steps. Usually after the first week I am past the point of turning back and it keeps me more focused. I try to let the momentum motivate me further.

    1. Chef@ Fry The Financial Fish

      Small world- I’ve also lined up guest posts with GYFG and 1500D in about a month! I actually had a meeting last week with Dominic to get advice for rolling out my blog. I guess great minds think alike- I look forward to reading your other guest posts. I tried setting up last year but had no idea about how hard it is to set up and maintain one. Your blog is doing great so far!

      Thanks
      Chef

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        1. Chef@ Fry The Financial Fish

          Yes GYFG’s blog had grown so fast I wanted to get advice from him before starting out. Last year when I tried setting a blog up I got really discouraged because my blog didn’t really stand out any way- I didn’t have a lot of time both write articles or to promote the blog – this time is going much better now that I have a gameplan and an outline for posts. It was really cool of him to meet with me- he’s a really cool guy. Thanks for checking out my blog and good luck with everything!
          Chef

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