Use Persona Paper and Other Online Sites to Track Your Hobbies
What if we didn't think about Persona Paper as a site to just contribute content?
What if instead we use it for exactly like it sounds -- a personal paper.
This is the story of me.
This is the story of what I'm up to.
It's breaking news about what's going on in my life.
WRITE ABOUT A SKILL YOU WANT TO IMPROVE
When I'm not writing or working, I'm busy line dancing. I just do it for fun. But I'd like to get better and there are sooooo many dances out there. So I've decided I'm going to up my game. I don't always want to be the one stumbling on the dance floor at socials or looking all fumbly.
MAKE PERSONA PAPER YOUR TASK MASTER
I had heard that one of the best ways to improve any skill is deliberate practice. It's being methodical in your approach to practice. So my first step is to start by writing down the new dances I've learned this week and keeping track of when I practice and review them.
STATE YOUR GOAL PUBLICLY AND REPORT ON YOUR PROGRESS
The second thing I've heard about establishing new habits is to go public. So I think using online sites like Persona Paper are the perfect venue to state your intentions publicly AND get paid for doing so.
I've made a master list of dances I've learned or reviewed this week. To see what's keeping me busy, click here .
I have class tonight so I know I need to review before class.
Beautiful In My Eyes
I've always jotted down the list of dances I've learned in class in a little notebook. But then what's the point of scrawling down notes if I don't review 'em. Now I see having listed them all out on a master list why I feel so overwhelmed. There's a lot of dances I've learned just in a week.
Still playing around with what content gets posted on which site. It's a work in progress and I think it's best to just play around and see which platform serves the content best. Which gets the kind of interaction you want. Where is it best monetized and so forth.
Do you have a passion you want to explore further this summer? Tell us about it.
Image Credit » My Friend Dee. Photo From Teaching At Mt. Calvary Church in Washington, D.C. I'm the pony tail at the right