Rob Berger has practiced law since 1992 -- and then in 2007 -- he started a personal finance and investing blog. It was more of a hobby than a business -- but -- over the next several years, however, it turned into a business. By 2009, he was making a full-time living, and by 2010 he was making more from his blog than practicing law. Today, Rob runs DoughRoller.net and AllCards.com. He also writes for Forbes, U.S. News, and The Huffington Post.
Rob stands up while he works -- when standing you're less drawn to time-wasting activities. ONWARD!
Don't lose focus of your bigger picture, long-term goals -- Rob works on long-term writing projects for a couple hours before getting into his daily task-list.
Rob got too focused on search engine traffic -- and Rob tells the whole story here.
"The thing that has really powered my business is the relationships I've developed over time offline."
"Once you realize it is possible -- it really changes your mindset."
I would have diversified my traffic sources early on -- make sure you build your email list.
Constantly evaluate those things that drive profit.
An individual would do quality work when they said that they were going to do it.
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