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Thanks For A Wonderful Welcome Back

Thanks For A Wonderful Welcome Back

What can I say? Bloggers are the best. Thanks to everyone who took the time to post a welcome and haul some golden oldies out of the Confident Writing archive. It was greatly appreciated, more than I’ve the words to say. Thank you to: Brad Shorr, Robert Hruzek Continue reading

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The (blogging) definition of success

Definition: successful Adjective Used to describe someone who has: 1.    The ability to attract more comments in one night than lesser mortals achieve in one year 2.    The confidence to move their readers to think, wonder, laugh and cry in equal measure 3.    The knowledge that everyone will want to come to [...]

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How to recycle your words

All that talk about the environment yesterday has got me thinking about the application of environmental management principles to the way that we write. Recycling is a great strategy for bloggers, making long term use of the material you’ve written rather than throwing it away.  I’ve… Continue reading

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What I learned from networking out of my comfort zone

Last month I set myself a challenge: to push myself to explore new ways of working, writing and learning with other people. There’s nothing like declaring your intention publicly to commit to it, so I included the challenge in my opening post at Joyful Jubilant Learning. Of course the decision to start writing and learning [...]

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How to read feeds without driving yourself mad

Classic blogging advice goes something like this: “The best bloggers are keenly aware of what is going on inside and outside their  niche. Without being aware of news, trends and great content others have  created, the quality of our expertise declines.” Reading from feeds has made the… Continue reading

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