As Christian bloggers we all know that God is our ultimate blogging partner. We pray about posts and for our readers. We consult Him before making decisions. We praise Him for blogging successes. We understand that we are not ever truly alone, that He is there with us every step of the way.
But blogging can get lonely, especially if you are not able to attend any blogger meet-ups or conferences or you don’t have a large readership.
You don’t have to go at it alone. You don’t have to have an actual blog partner who also runs your blog but you need someone you can talk things out with and bounce ideas back and forth. You need a blogging friend! Someone who understands what it takes to run a blog and is willing to help support you as you make your blog a success. In return, you get to help your blogging friend in the same way. It’s a win-win situation.
Mastermind groups are great for blogging support and can help develop life long blog friends. Mastermind groups normally include 3 or more people who help promote each other’s blogs. They also help brainstorm ideas, give constructive criticism, and are just there as a sounding board, if needed.
I’ve been a part of various mastermind groups over the years and while they are all a little different the main idea, to support one another, has been the same throughout.
Blogging gets a little easier when you have people you can trust and share your ideas and inspirations with. It’s a little less lonely and a lot of more fun.
It can be hard to get started in a mastermind group. Finding an established one to join or even starting one of you own can be scary and unnerving. So I invite you to apply to be a part of the Faithful Bloggers Mastermind Group.
This group will meet for weekly for 6 weeks to help encourage, support, and inspire one another. It is free, but I am going to have to limit it to 6 bloggers. If you are interested in joining, check out the Mastermind page for more information and how to sign up.