136 How To Accomplish Your Blogging Goals – With Tony Stubblebine of the Lift App

By Leslie Samuel | Blogging

Oct 30

Who: Tony Stubblebine
App: Lift.do

Listen to This Episode

I am so excited for today's interview. My guest is none other than Tony Stubblebine, a man who is pretty much entirely obsessed with behavior change and how people pick up new habits.

Having been a part of different startup projects such as Twitter, Wesabe, CrowdVine, and Lift, Tony Stubblebine has learned so much about what it takes to be successful in his business.

136 How To Accomplish Your Blogging Goals - With Tony Stubblebine of the Lift AppHe is co-founder of the Lift app, which is making behavior change easier for everyone and is an app that I use to get stuff done.

It has impacted a lot of entrepreneurs in prioritizing and accomplishing end goals with positive reinforcement and community support.

I started using the lift app a few months ago. It's very simple. You create your goals, and you use the app to help you accomplish those goals.

Every day, you “check in” to say that you've completed the goal. However, it's not just a to-do list. It's a community. There are many people working on the same goals, and they cheer each other on. It's a beautiful thing.

Inside This Episode

I get Tony to talk about a bunch of stuff, including:

  • Where the idea for the lift app came from and how they chose the name
  • How lift works and also WHY it works so well
  • The importance of setting goals
  • How specific we should get with creating our goals
  • How can we, as bloggers, accomplish the goals that we've set
  • How the coaching plans work on lift
  • Much, much more.

I have a confession to make. When I switched from iPhone to Android, I stopped using the lift app. Guess what happened? I became SIGNIFICANTLY less productive. The lift app helps to keep me on task and actually get stuff done.

I've since added the lift app website to my Android phone and I'm getting back on it. I gotta get stuff done 😉

Become A Better Blogger in 30 Days

After recording this interview, I was inspired to create a coaching plan. Here's the idea. If you join me, over the next 30 days, I'm going to be walking you through 30 things to do that I believe will help you become a better blogger.

We're going to do this via the Lift app. You will have to sign up for lift (don't worry, it's free and AWESOME) and then join the plan. I will be checking to see how you're doing, and we're going to encourage each other on this journey. Lets become Better Bloggers.

Click Here To Check Out The “Become A Better Blogger In 30 Days” Coaching plan!

Resources for this episode

Transcript

Some people just love being able to read along with interviews, or they might just prefer to skip the audio completely and just read through the transcript. Hey, if that’s what floats your boat, it is all good. Here’s the transcript just for you :)

Click here to download transcript.

About The Podcast

Learning With LeslieLearning With Leslie is a podcast dedicated to helping you build a business around a blog. No, not one of those blogs that will fall by the wayside when Google has a mood swing, but one that will thrive no matter what gets thrown at it.

I share tips and strategies that I’ve learnt building blogs since 2008 and interview experts who are knowledgable about various aspects of blogging so that we can learn from their experiences.

If you’re a blogger, thinking about becoming a blogger (pun intended) or are not even sure if blogging is right for you, go ahead and tune in to see what this blogging thing is all about.

How to Subscribe To The Show

  • Vera says:

    Hi Leslie,

    I haven’t listened to your Podcast yet (I’m sure it’s great), but I did sign up for your Become a Better Blogger in 30 Days coaching plan on Lift. I’m already having great results with the program and I am sure with your plan I’ll accomplish even more. Thank you Leslie. Keep up the great work!

  • brian says:

    why u leave iphone???

  • Leslie I’m in! I do have some additional blogging goals that I plan to use lift for but I’m loving your 30 day plan. I really work well when I’m held accountable for my goals. Like when I tell my readers I’m working out that day, I’m much more likely to follow through.

    • Awesome. Yeah – I forgot to mention in the plan that if you have additional goals, you should just add them to your lift app. For example, I only have 1 post per week. Some people might prefer to do 2 or 3 (or even more). This is more of a template to get you started and keep us accountable. Glad to have you on the journey 🙂

  • Bob Skelton says:

    Loved this post. It really started me thinking about how I should operate my business. I too have used Lift but it was in conjunction with another training and I didn’t think any farther the the end of my nose about other uses. Thank you, thank you.

  • >
    42 Shares
    Share15
    Tweet21
    Pin4
    Share2