Some people dream of being an entrepreneur. I was NOT one of those people.
I imagined board rooms.
I imagined dress suits.
I imagined power.
I imagined a life outside of my home.
Some people make being an entrepreneur seem easy. They make it out to be that if we just follow our passions then it will all work out in the end. I call BULLSHIT!! Passion is a piece of the puzzle but there is so much more to being an entrepreneur than just passion.
There are days that are filled with doubt. Wondering if what I am doing is worth the trouble, the heartache, and the emotions. And then I feel that little flutter. The one inside my heart that gives me this high. It is like when you get butterflies in your stomach when doing a fast and crazy ride or rollercoaster.
That little heart flutter reminds me that there is someone out there reading my posts, taking their time to comment on my social media because they love what I have to offer. I am giving a piece of myself to every single person that I come into contact with, whether that be online or in person.
The transition was easy. And by easy I mean, I quit my job because I had no other choice and then all of a sudden, I was a full-time entrepreneur. That was the easy part. Everything that came after, well, NOT so easy.
Doing what I love isn’t a sacrifice to me. It is a piece of me. Knowing that I can share my expertise, share my knowledge, and share my passion with the world makes those hard days more tolerable.
We aren’t taught to be an entrepreneur. It isn’t a life for everyone. The road to entrepreneurship starts with your passion, is filled with heartbreak and yet, despite all of that, you want to continue to move forward.
I love blogging. I truly believe that EVERY female entrepreneur should have a blog. She is giving herself the best chance at her business surviving. She is allowing her expertise to shine before people become clients. She is allowing her passion to show through.
One of my favourite blog posts that I have ever written is Real Life Truths from Female Entrepreneurs. I am lucky to be surrounded by amazing women entrepreneurs who share the truths that they learned while building their own businesses. I think it may be time to do another post like this with new amazing women.
Being an entrepreneur means wearing multiple hats but it doesn’t mean that we have to do it alone.
You are an entrepreneur. You have a business that you want to be a success. There are multiple ways for you to be able to achieve that. Blogging is one of those ways. I always recommend that you have a blog attached to your business website. Here are a few benefits of blogging for your business.
Blogging isn’t always easy for everyone though so that is why I am here. The purpose of this post is to share with you 50 blogging topics that you can use as a woman entrepreneur. Sometimes trying to figure out what to actually talk about can be the hardest part of blogging.
You want to make sure that your blog topics are well-rounded and cover your business and your personal life. When I say personal life, it doesn’t mean that you have to share EVERYTHING that you do. I believe that showing your clients who you are outside of your business, improves trust and helps to build a stronger and deeper customer relationship. After all, we are MORE than our businesses.
1| Your story.
2| My defining moment.
3| The year that changed my life.
4| Moments of regret that still haunt me.
5| My top struggle as an entrepreneur
6| The top books I recommend for women entrepreneurs
7| How to stay motivated when business is struggling.
8| The disadvantage of multitasking for small businesses
9| How to help local small businesses
10| What sets you apart from similar businesses
11| Reasons why I chose the business I started
12| Before opening a business, you must…
13| What I wish I knew before I started my business
14| #1 rule to fall in love with being an entrepreneur
15| The most effective tool I use daily in my business
16| Top 5 tips to create a team
17| How to be yourself in your small business
18| A complete guide to setting up boundaries when it comes to family
19| The best way to deal with horrible clients
20| Ways to increase your reach on social media
21| How to connect with your clients when online
22| Why you should stop worrying about likes on social media
23| The must-have checklist for creating content that sells
24| The one thing no one tells you about being your own boss
25| Is fear affecting your business?
26| Confessions of a small business
27| Standing out in a saturated industry
28| Powerful ways to connect to your audience
29| My goal for my business.
30| Setting yearly goals.
31| Tips for busy entrepreneurs
32| How to connect with other entrepreneurs.
33| Getting the fear out of networking.
34| Networking 101
35| Choosing a target market
36| Behind the scenes of my business
37| Involving your children in your business
38| Everyday products I use in my business
39|Creating space for self-care as an entrepreneur
40| A time I wanted to quit and move on.
41| How I overcame my fear
42| A day in the life of me
43| Learning to not be a people pleaser
44| What have I given up being an entrepreneur (doesn’t have to be negative)
45| Small businesses that I support
46| Biggest business lesson I have learned
47| My favourite Facebook groups for female entrepreneurs.
48| A review of my favourite product.
49| Showcasing other female entrepreneurs.
50| Answer the top 3 questions you get from your audience.
There are your 50 topic ideas to use for your business blog.
I want you to remember that, if you are still struggling, there are other ways to help get a blog up and going on your website.
If you are looking for a freelance blogger, I offer freelance blogging services for women entrepreneurs. I offer packages of five blog posts. We will discuss topics and a timeline for when you want the five blog posts written. I even have blog management services to help you get your blog posted and scheduled on your website without you having to do any more work. Please reach out with any questions that you have and if you would like to work together.
Knowing how a blog is going to transform your business and help take you to the next level is important. Blogging is a long-term strategy that your business deserves to have on its side. Take these 50 topic ideas and make them your own. Have fun and connect with your audience in a new and deeper way. You will see the change in customer relationships.
You started your business because you are passionate about what you offer so show them!!