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There are cycles to everything – when things are up, you know they will fall and when things are low you know they’ll eventually rise.
One thing you can do is open Google Analytics and check out your 2 year statistics. You’ll see cycles! It’ll help you visualize all you’ve gone through.
If this blogging business was easy, everyone would be doing it. It wouldn’t be real because real life has cycles.
It’s ok to cry, in fact, it’s good for you when you go through a business loss. Go through the stages of grief. But then get up and find a way to go forward.
Keep creating and keep being yourself.
You don’t need to blame anyone; cycles are good in life.
Take a step back and look at the big picture. Check traffic and dig through your analytics. Look at opportunities to improve your business with this as a motivation.
Remember, progress is always being made.
Keep in mind you need hard times to give you perspective so you can appreciate the up times.
Give yourself clarity, grace, generosity and wisdom from life’s moments and apply them to all areas of your life.
Five practical tips to follow as you make a plan:
1—Listen to the experts. Make sure there’s nothing you can do to change the situation. If there is? Do it. If there isn’t? Move on.
2—Don’t stop creating! Keep creating quality content that your audience wants and needs from you. Be consistent, be persistent and KEEP MOVING.
3—Consider diversifying your revenue streams.
4—Evaluate, learn and adapt! Keep your eyes and ears open, stay connected with other food bloggers and experts and be willing to make changes to your blog and business as needed in order to adapt and grow.
5—Have tunnel vision for a time.