Possibility Engine by Mark Hayward’s E-Book for Blogging Inspiration

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Some of us are looking for inspiration everywhere and some others are also looking for a way to focus that inspiration into something of value. Also executing an idea when we have an overflow of information. I try to write a few blog posts a day and some days I get one done and on really busy days I might not write any. A few weeks ago I shared how I create a blog posts and I have created other posts regarding the way I get things done. I use a variety of tools which help me be more efficient like TextExpander which helps me improve my spelling (especially in spanish) and not have to remember long strips of code I add to the websites we manage at CIMA IT Solutions and my personal blog.

A few weeks ago my friend @mark_hayward who has been a great mentor to me on how to create rea,l genuine, relationships and how to approach blogging. He is the owner of Palmetto Guest House on the beautiful Island of Culebra and yes like me he is doing many projects at the same time.

Mark joined up with @jrkierce to create an E-book called, Possibility Engine, where the central idea is to help everyone get motivated to blog.

Who is this E-book for?

  • Business Owners
  • Nonprofit workers
  • any other interested individuals who want to hop into blogging (like you?)

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Goal of the book?

  • Give you one item a day to think about each day over the next 30 days to get you motivated into blogging.

I started the book a few days ago and it is fairly simple. Each day has a thought provoking idea and image which can help you get over an obstacle or two. Or even help you focus.

I want to congratulate @mark_hayward and @jrkierce for taking such a complicated subject and simplifying it to the point that I am sure it can help most of you.

Feel free to learn more at @mark_hayward’s blog or download the free ebook directly.

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  1. Mark on June 2, 2011 at 3:09 pm

    Thanks for this write up, Raul! As business owners it’s not always easy to find the time to blog or “do” social media, so we were hoping to give folks enough incentive to at least make one small step a day for a month.

    • Raul Colon on June 2, 2011 at 3:26 pm


      I think if we had more people like yourself to simplify the process we could get more people into blogging. It is all a matter of making the time and the other part the most difficult one is to find it easy to be yourself while you write. Great job on the e-book. 

  2. Prometeo on June 2, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    When someone ask me about blogging I tell them to start simple and blog as a hobby. That’s how I started. I people like what you write they will come. I like the idea that that book presents. Great.

    • Raul Colon on June 2, 2011 at 11:01 pm

      I think your advice that is how I started and I still consider it a hobby a full time hobby.. LOL 

  3. Anonymous on June 3, 2011 at 6:19 am

    Nice review Raul. What I would say is follow your passion. Money follows passion. The more passionate you are about a topic, the more money you’ll make. If you’re not passionate about a subject, find something else.