Cristian Mihai (born 25 December 1990) grew up in Constanta, Romania. And he’s still growing up, or at least trying to. Sometimes he writes. Sometimes he gets lucky and writes something good. His favorite painting is “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog” by Caspar David Friedrich. He can’t, however, draw a straight line. No matter how much he tries. Not even with a ruler. And, please, don’t ever ask him to sing.
Oh, and I am also “giving away” a detailed written feedback on your blog. I am going to take a look at your blog, go through your content, read your posts, and then offer some tips and tricks on what you can do to improve it.
There are two such prizes: one is going to be randomly selected from all those who take part in the giveaway, and the other one is going to be chosen by me.
How? Well… for that you need to read about what you have to do to take part in the giveaway. Don’t worry. It’s a super simple, two steps type of thing:
That’s it. I am going to select the winners Sunday. Also, the one I am going to pick is going to be the one person who has the best comment: something clever, funny, or even the type of feedback that would greatly help me improve my YouTube channel.
P.S. Those of you who pre-ordered it should have received an e-mail about it going live. If not, go check the product page, and you should be able to download it. If you have any trouble, do not hesitate to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S.2 Robert Bruce is the lucky winner of a one-on-one session with me. I already sent you an e-mail. If you haven’t received it, do send me an e-mail, so we can get started!
If you were to ask those who work in advertising who’s the person who got them into the industry, most of them would say it was David Ogilvy.
Called by Time Magazine “the most sought-after wizard in today’s advertising industry,” Ogilvy was a visionary like few others. He managed one of the most successful advertising firms in history, and he did it with the effortless charm of those we call talented.
So, yes, there are a lot of things the king of advertising can teach you about being a successful blogger.
I am writing these words after having published over three thousand blog posts across three different blogs. Eight years of writing words on a daily basis.
Whether I felt like it or not.
The bitter truth of blogging? It’s easy to think that you’re getting a lot done. It’s easy to think that the world’s unfair, and that you tried everything, and that those who are successful just happened to be lucky.
What’s not easy is admitting that there are people out there who want it so much more than you do, who are willing to work more than you even think possible.
I write two blog posts before everyone else wakes up. Every single day.