Why I Quit my Job to be a Full Time Blogger
Freedom is dear to me. This is the reason I quit my job and become a full time blogger. When I look back, I can see that I had two options for my career; depend on an entrepreneur or become an entrepreneur myself. I chose the second option and am glad I did!
Here’s why I left my job and started blogging:
Since I had started blogging since last three years, there has been a huge shift in the field. A number of bloggers adopted the field and even quit after blogging for 4-5 months. Well, these individuals I believe came into blogging by force.
Presently, blogging is the most emerging field. It is more popular and lucrative than a technology. A lot of people have now started to blog with proper plans and blueprint. Also this is the comfortable and hassle free way to make money. The best part is one can work literally from any corner of the world.
I always believed in one thing; “it’s raining money on the World Wide Web. It’s up-to you to grab it.”
As far as I am concerned, there are many reasons I quit job and started off as a full time blogger. Here are some of the most important ones:
Freedom of Time
Working in a corporation (any) means getting bound from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. But this isn’t the fact. Unofficially, you need to work more based the company targets and other responsibilities. So, to enjoy time freedom and enjoy time for family and friends, I quit the job and started blogging. I believe blogging for those who want to be their own Boss.
The major aim of taking up a job is to earn money. But why through a job? It is definitely possible to earn money via doing something of your own. Money freedom inspired me to decide on blogging as a full time career.
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Blogging helped me improve learning skills and implementation capabilities. Blogging will make you a good programmer, learn coding, wordpress, and hone your skills for better. Blogging will make you a multi-talented personality. You work as a coder, webmaster, designers, social media expert, SEO experts, marketing experts, marketer, and most importantly an entrepreneur.
As a blogger, you can expand your circle. You will be able to know a huge variety of people which is definitely impossible with a job. Thousands of people visit your blog every month. You have thousands of friends and professionals to bond with. Blogging help you to connect with whole world.
Develop Team Skills
Blogging will teach you incredible management lessons. Reading blogs in your niche will help you grow and express things in much better way. Today, I am handling a team of 15 writers.
To sum up, I am a proud blogger, doing my bit to contribute to the society. I love my work and it helps me make loads of money!