When setting up a personal challenge for yourself, remember to set small goals that reach up to your main goal. Without small goals, it can be stressful to look at it as "wow I want to write 50 hubs this month," because the main goal can seem so far away. Small goals help you reach your main goal faster and at a more effective means.
When setting a challenge, you don't have to necessarily go by what the crowd is doing 30 hubs in 30 days. Make your own goal. Make a goal that you want to set for yourself. What do you think will make you a better writer?
Set your own goals and make your challenge personal. The only thing you can do is to help yourself.
What is your personal challenge?
It can be anything from finishing your list of unfinished hubs within a certain time frame to writing your first hub series. Let us hear what your goals are.
If you want, keep it simple and in line with 30 hubs in 30 days. Say you want to write 30 hubs about flowers; you want to write 3 series of 10 hubs each; or you want to write 30 promotional hubs using ebay or amazon affiliate program.
So what is it? What's your challenge?
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