Refreshing your ideas and goals by reading other blogs

A bit under the weather the past few days but I had to go out & capture the #Sunset #PuertoRico

I love to read blogs as much as I love to read books. I have many bloggers I admire and I want to make sure I make it to their blog as often as possible. With so many good bloggers and all touching different subjects sometimes it makes it really hard for me to go visit each and every one of those blogs. But when I get a chance I go in and I read their latest blog posts and catch up.

Daily Gold Nuggets of Wisdom I find on

I have people like Margie Clayman who always post something interesting daily. She also has the ability to create a lot of content for other sites and is always willing to share her content with friends so they can publish in their blogs. As soon as she read that my Dad was diagnosed with cancer she jumped in quickly and offered me a few blog posts so I could focus on other things while keeping enough content on my blog.

I guess this is when you really identify that even-though you might not have met someone in person they are a true friend.

On many occasions reading Margie’s blog I get refreshed on many things I have to stay focused on. I really have to say that she does it in such a creative way I end up learning about other subjects as history, pop culture, music, entertainment, and art.

Many of Margie’s posts have made me re-think many of the ways I approach some of my personal and business projects. Margie has the ability to transfer positive energy via the Internet, which also motivates me and keeps me going.

The Fellow Service Member’s Blog

Another blog I have been reading lately is marketing hacker from Ryan Critchett I also go to his blog and find many posts that get me thinking towards keeping myself focused on the business side. Something I quickly forget especially when I am blogging. I read this article where he asks for advice on Conversions in which I think I need more advice on and might need to re-focus.

Poder 5 Blog

Other blogs like Poder5 serve various purposes by creating awareness and having the owner of the blog and my good friend Michael DCC share his thoughts too. Michael and I agree on many things although I have a very different perspective on others. This keeps it interesting as he maintains a good community of readers that are always sharing their thoughts on his blog. Michael is also a good example on somebody that supports his online community. I was very grateful the other day when he put up my Company logo when he heard that my business was not doing that well. I guess his positive energies really helped out because thankfully after he did that we have been getting many requests for proposals.

3 People I Can’t Wait to Meet in Person

These 3 individuals I have mentioned I can’t wait to meet in person one day and be able to give them a big hug. I have many things in common with them and I really appreciate I have them as part of close online friends.

What things trigger you into refreshing your ideas and goals? Do online relationships affect that? Does your online reading affect that?



  1. Prometeo on September 8, 2011 at 11:56 pm

    I want to meet you in person too Raul. Circumstances have prevented me from meeting but the day will come. I´ve learned a lot from your blog. You are in my prayers. God Bless You good friend. 

    • Raul Colon on September 9, 2011 at 2:26 am

      Sabes que se te aprecia mucho hermano! Thanks for your support. You have a big fan right here. 

  2. Bernie_cole on December 26, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    I set a lot of goals for myself. I used to accomplish less than half of them because I wasn’t approaching them in the right way. The goals I set weren’t always clear and I couldn’t keep track of everything. I found this online organizer a couple of months ago and it has made all the difference. I can now easily follow the plans I make, and the plans themselves are now clear. It’s awesome.

    • Raul Colon on December 26, 2011 at 5:37 pm


      What do you use if for?