6 Ways to become the Steve Jobs of Blogosphere

For many of the people, Steve Jobs is an another word for inspiration.

Throughout the years, he’s not only changed our lives with innovative products, but also with memorable words and deeds.

Steve jobs was indeed one of the most remembered and is often taken as an example to entrepreneurship hustle and his zeal for creativity.

Everyone does want to become like the Steve Jobs of his field of Interest or Niche. Since this post is all about the Blogosphere, Here are the 6 ways to become the Steve Jobs of Blogosphere.

1. Having a Vision

Steve Jobs was most famous for his attitude of creativity and a Vision for his company. You need to have a Vision for your company, and EVEN your blog. Whatever topic your blog may be about and no matter what, you need to have a Vision and set of goals set for your blog to make it a HIT.

Heres something from Steve Jobs on Vision:

 Technology alone is not enough. When I watched that Xerox PARC demonstration where I saw a mouse and a windows operating system for the first time—I could barely sit still. This is it, I thought, the breakthrough.  Why aren’t you doing anything with this? This is the greatest thing. This is revolutionary!” But they didnt have my vision.

 

2. Relax, only when Youre Done.

Steve Jobs was most famous for his Hustling nature and not relaxing until getting the work done. You need to apply the same to your blog, prioritize your daily to-do list and set out goals and deadlines for your blog. Follow them strictly and DONT take a break until and unless you get the work done.

Some of the Excerpt about Relaxing from Steve Jobs in his own words:

When I got a crazy idea—like to make the Macintosh as sleek, and perfect, and usable as was humanly possible—I didnt rest until it became a reality. And when I was out at Apple, I never ceased thinking and working until they had to take me back.

 

3. Dont Look back.

Steve Jobs had a tough background and suffered a lot in his past and throughout his life. He faced many tough situations from his birth till his battle with cancer. But he never looked back and kept on aiming high and achieving higher. Same thing with your blog, do what you want to do today and hope the best for the future, never look back at the past failures and get afraid of trying!

Steve Jobs in his words about accepting the past :

Some people said I flopped at Pixar when I left Apple. They point to the failure of the Pixar Image Computer, a $125,000 machine capable of generating complex graphic images. It was just too damn expensive.

 

4. Trust your Instincts.

The character of Steve Jobs in real life can be described that he was never in the fear of failures and naysayers. You come across many of them in your whole professional life, but you need to take advice, trust your instincts and keep moving. If your instinct is telling you to be an art history major even though you don’t think you’ll make tons of money, go for it.

Steve Jobs in his own words on Trusting yourselves :

“And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

 

5. Take Risks.

Steve jobs is considered one of the most well known Risk taker in the field of technology. He didnt cared what others said, he trusted his instincts and took risks that got him success and fame. If Steve Jobs didnt took risk inventing the iPod and iPhones, you probably wouldnt playing Angry birds on the epic products by Apple. Take risks for your blog with some investments and new methods, dont mind what others have to say, read the 4Th Tip and move ahead.

 

6. Accept Failure and move on.

Always, In your life you will come through failures, rejection and naysayers along the way. But, Steve Jobs himself wouldnt be a famous entrepreneur if he didnt continue after his first failure. Success doesnt come easy, success comes from eliminating past mistakes. Even if your blog doesnt/didnt do well, dont stop, instead look out for your mistakes and move on.

Steve Jobs in his own words on Failures :

“.. almost everything – all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.”

 

Now, its time for you to apply these tips to your blogging nature and become the Steve Jobs of Blogosphere.

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