Archive for November, 2011

Learn With Sally: All Good Things Must Come To An End

Learn With SallyAs many of you know earlier this year I won a place on the Learn With Sally coaching, and what a win it was :) The coaching is absolutely fantastic and went a lot deeper and further than I could ever of imagined it would go.

Sadly last week was the end of the live call webinar’s and the completion of the course. Not that I’ve completed it yet :) There’s so much to the course that I’ve been busy learning and applying, making notes then learning and applying some more but I still need to go over some areas and to make sure I’m getting it right and that it has all sunk in correctly šŸ˜‰

The 7 Links Challenge

Regular visitors to my blog will remember that two weeks ago I published a post about Interviewing Adrienne Smith. Once I had published the post and completed the bookmarking and setting up the Twitterfeed it was time to go blog hopping.

The first blog I visited was Adrienne’s, where to my delight I found that Adrienne had nominated me for The 7 Link Challenge. You can use that link to read the rules but basically I have to find 7 of my posts that I feel fit the categories that are pre-selected in the challenge rules. I then have to nominate 5 further bloggers to pass it on to šŸ˜‰

Learn With SallyMany of you already know that I am currently taking part in the Learn With Sally coaching and regular visitors to my blog would have noticed plenty of changes to my blog since I started the coaching, proof of which you’ll find at the bottom of the post šŸ˜‰

As the coaching got under way Sally told us that she would be holding a competition to see who could generate the most traffic to their blogs for the last few weeks of August.

So I brought forward my plans for the Video blog challenge and held it…… during August šŸ˜‰

On my part there were 3 posts to the challenge:

Interview with Skype

As part of the Learn With Sally coaching we have to conduct an interview with an expert and then create a product from the interview. There are a variety of product types to choose from but the most important part to start with is choosing the expert and getting them to agree to an interview.

As I’ve been blogging over the last couple of years I’ve come across plenty of experts that are really advanced on their subject so choosing one to interview could have been a difficult task on it’s own.

However, choosing my expert wasn’t difficult as someone has really stood out to me for a long time. Nearly every blog I visit has also been visited by this person who always leaves exceptional comments adding value to the original post and offering advice and encouragement where fitting.