Blogging Truths Be Told: Blogging Your Journey is Effective

I've previously discussed the importance of sharing one's journey on this blog, but I thought I'd spruce up an old post of mine and bring the subject matter up once again. It's a very important subject matter, indeed. That of sharing your journey -- and as bloggers, blogging our journeys. Wouldn't you agree that we, … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told: Blogging Your Journey is Effective

Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: People Have Real Needs

Piggybacking off of Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Stop and Take a Look Around, I'd like to continue the discussion on finding solutions to real-life problems -- the successful creative entrepreneur's objective. Sounds pretty straight forward; but in practical application, the challenge to such an undertaking is no small matter. Displaying more of a producer mindset and creating … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: People Have Real Needs

Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Stop and Take a Look Around

So, I'm making a little departure from working through the steps in the creative entrepreneurship process to "stop and take a look around" at the world in which I'm living in. And, what I'm seeing is quite troubling. There is so much going on -- so many things and circumstances negatively affecting our societies on … Continue reading Creative Entrepreneurship Basics: Stop and Take a Look Around

Blogging Truths Be Told: Knowing Your “Why” Will Save Your Blogging Career

Why do you do what you do? A very simplistic sentence when looking at it with the naked eye. A remarkably complex sentence when you think of all the brain activity that goes behind its answer.  In the world of blogging, the reasons people blog are numerous and fall along different points on the "why … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told: Knowing Your “Why” Will Save Your Blogging Career

Lessons Learned as a Parent of a Virtually-Schooled Student – #7

Lesson #7: Patience is an absolute must-have when working educationally with your child. Yes, patience is what's on the menu for today. And quite frankly, if I was actually doing these lessons in the order of necessity or importance, I probably should have listed "having patience" as Lesson #1. Patience is a biggie when it … Continue reading Lessons Learned as a Parent of a Virtually-Schooled Student – #7

Blogging Truths Be Told Follow-up: A Couple of Tips for Managing Distractions

Last week in Blogging Truths Be Told: Distractions Do Exactly What They Are Meant To Do, I told you I wouldn't leave you hanging, regarding some of the results-oriented solutions I have for distractions challenges. And true to my written word, I want to come with a couple of problem-solving tips for you in today's … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told Follow-up: A Couple of Tips for Managing Distractions

Lessons Learned as a Parent of a Virtually-Schooled Student – #6

Lesson #6: Coordinating schedules is a beast at the beginning. Hmmmm . . . should I admit this or not? I'm gonna do it. Okay, here it goes. Structure for this first part of the school year stinks! I'm in the weeds of it as I type this and I'm wondering when I'm really going … Continue reading Lessons Learned as a Parent of a Virtually-Schooled Student – #6

Blogging Truths Be Told: Distractions Do Exactly What They Are Meant To Do

Okay, instead of continuing on with a third installment of discussion on "Know When to Adapt", I decided to test your level of adaptability with a new topic altogether. I've been living today's topic lately and thought I'd share it with you while it's fresh on my mind. So, let's do a dive into the … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told: Distractions Do Exactly What They Are Meant To Do