How would you start your very first blog post?

In Software Development world, the first application that you write is hello world.

What about in the blog world, what would be the first message you would write or the first article when you start it?

At the time of writing this blog I had written 40 more articles, which for me is an amazing achievement.

I am still working hard to keep it up-to-date, and what I realize is that the biggest effort for me is to keep it consistent.

At the beginning there is this big rush of endorphin about starting something new. Overtime it slowly diminish and the work as usual takeover the need to write.

This is the trap that many aspiring bloggers felt into.

The only known cure for the lack of time to write in a blog is to write, just start. Every day for 15 minutes.

That is so simple. And if you want to build another habit, just start doing it.

Aleks Vladimriov is a Senior Software Developer, recognized Project Manager and Soft-skilled trainer and a coach.

Aleks Vladimirov

Solution Engineering Manager at Thales | Senior IT Professional | Startup Mentor and Product Manager

Aleks is experienced Product Manager with an engineer background and over 10 years of experience as a software developer. He works with different governments and is responsible for negotiation features and requirements, understanding the customers’ needs and supporting the senior management with regular reports and analysis. He held various positions starting as a software developer, moving to a team leader and software architect.

He strives in waterfall and agile environment alike. He is certified Scrum Master and Prince2 Practitioner and he knows how to design business processes and help teams optimize their work.
During his tenure, he had to wear many hats, prioritizing business requirements, delegating work and mentoring team members, creating mockups with Balsamiq, providing MS Project plan to the senior management.

He had worked in many international teams, located in the same city or distributed in different countries and continents. He had been a team leader of cross functional international team of 8 people.

In his current position, he is very much client focused. He has excellent presentation skills.
He delivers training sessions on presentation skills and leadership and he had helped hundred of people to improve their presentation skills.

He is also interested in creating more positive changes in the workplace by using entrepreneurship skills.
He had won startup competition where his team had validated and develop a business idea from scratch.

In his free time, he writes in his blog about effective product development.

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