In this week’s TSA Weekly, my focus is on the truth that contrary to popular opinion and guidance from many business mentors and gurus, being willing to be vulnerable and share your story to help others does not mean that you have to, or even should, share your deepest and most private struggles with the entire world.
Even if part of your business is blogging and you don’t want to hold back as you share, you can still make sure that the people who are able to see your words have earned that right.
So this week, I’m showing you how to protect your blog posts using WordPress.
Do you have any questions, tips, or ideas about WordPress? Let us know in the comments section below!
I’m Kelly, your Tech-Savvy Business Mentor! My greatest passion is helping solopreneurs, like you, grow your business without missing out on your life!
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