Using Your Travels And Sights To Inspire Your Next Set Of Online Articles

20VisitsHave you ever wondered why so many people are traveling writers? Well, after I retired I bought a motor home, and I traveled around the country. After seven years I had been to every single city in the country and all the states. One thing I noticed is that I was often inspired by the new sights, sounds, and all the people I met along the way, the different businesses, the change in landscape and scenery, the museums, and the interesting eateries. Sometimes I would take a hike, cross a large highway bridge over a river, and I’d be inspired to sit down and write some more. Okay so let’s talk shall we?

You see, not long ago I read an interesting blog post where someone had recommended that online article authors go take a look at Travel Routes   some new scenery, go on vacation, take some holiday time, and allow those travels to help re-inspire them to write. The blogger suggested keeping a travel journal, and I couldn’t agree more. In fact, I wish I would’ve kept a journal myself, but as I was traveling I was writing articles here and there, and it seemed to put my brain into the creative flow. That’s not so easy for a writer and it’s even more difficult to stay in the creative flow for weeks on end. But you can do it, and a little traveling surely helps.

All online article writers should realize that when you change the scenery, change the people, and change your social interactions you gain new perspectives, new insights, and an advantage over everyone else. You know things that other people don’t know, you think thoughts that other people had never considered. All of this is of value to humanity and it’s information you should be putting on the Internet, sharing your ideas and thoughts with the rest of the world. Isn’t that why the Internet is so great, in fact, I would say it’s the greatest communication device ever created in the history of mankind.

When you travel and you find nuance, and when you share that with the rest of the world you give them experiences through your words they may never get to have themselves. I can’t think of a better way to provide quality content online than to take all these new ideas and thoughts wrapped them around your current article writing niche and express them in a way which paints a new picture, shows your reader a new horizon, and offers them up some new perspective. Please consider all this and think on it.Traditionally, CEOs focus primarily on growth and profit, and understandably so. Taking a look at unique leaders who live by their values to achieve growth and profit in their own unique way is inspirational. As Robert Frost’s poem, “The Road Less Traveled,” so beautifully depicts, we live in a life of difficult choices. In all of our decisions, in life and business, there is always a consequence of choosing which fork in the road to take:

“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I–
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.”


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