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Started this discussion. Last reply by Harvey Ramer 10 hours ago. 9 Replies


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Harvey Ramer replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Bloggging
"Gary, welcome to the club! Starting a blog is often lonely. It takes courage, and courage evaporates without support. I recommend finding someone (other than your spouse or a close friend) to help you set goals and achieve them. This can be a paid…"
10 hours ago
Allan Dubon replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Bloggging
"The part that also makes it difficult is the lack of direction. I would truly connect with a coach who can help you find the vision. If you are interested I can connect you to a couple of them who may be able to help you out. Shoot me an email:…"
GARY LEAGUE replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Bloggging
"I guess its the networking and Social Media. I do not spend a lot of time online. Blogging is not really a true desire either. I feel like blogging is kind of insignificant in itself."
Marcus Kusi replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Bloggging
"Gary, I agree with Allan about having a coach to guide you.  Also, check out this free blogging tutorial by Leslie Samuel. It will help you get a better understanding of blogging.  Marcus."
Jun 19
Allan Dubon replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Bloggging
"Gary,  what do you find difficult in building an audience? Is it the social media aspect, the regular blogging, networking etc.?  I agree that it can definitely be difficult to promote your site, especially when you don't have a solid…"
Jun 19
GARY LEAGUE replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Bloggging
"I appreciate the feedback. I think the purpose of the site as tot he reader is to educate readers on some personal development issues they can incorporate  into their own Life. Honestly I have no Direction except to continue providing…"
Jun 18
Marcus Kusi replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Bloggging
"Gary,  Allan has asked you some very important questions, and your answers will help us give you specific recommendations. From my experience, blogging is a great way to reach out to an audience you care about and want to help. It has its ups…"
Jun 18
Allan Dubon replied to GARY LEAGUE's discussion Bloggging
"Gary! Hey amigo, I am hearing a lot of negative things you are saying in this question. I think more important than your writing skills (which we will get to in a minute) it is how you feel about the work that you are doing. It makes it hard for…"
Jun 17

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What would you say are your strongest talents? How are you 'wired' and what can you offer to the world (it's OK if you don't know yet, but knowing is key to pursuing your dreams!)?
I am pretty good with Language. I am articulate,a good speller and probably a decent writer.


How much is a smile Worth?

Posted on May 7, 2016 at 9:16am 0 Comments

 I read a story about a man who lived in the Netherlands many years ago. h was deformed and grotesque and most people would not even look at him the lone exception was one young woman who always smiled at him. Years later the man died and nobody knew it but the man had considerable wealth and ,he left everything to the one person who treated him with kindness who was the young woman who smiled at him .

The Salesmen who Went the Extra Mile.

Posted on May 7, 2016 at 9:10am 0 Comments

This is a story told about a young salesmen many years ago and it was under the heading of going the extra mile. It was raining one day and an elderly lady went into a furniture store and the experienced salesmen knew they were not going to make a sale to her ,so they passed her off to a young inexperienced salesman. As expected she told the young man she was not there to buy on this day. His attitude toward her did not change and he was courteous and kind to her. A while later the  woman…


A Zig Ziglar Anecdote

Posted on May 7, 2016 at 9:02am 1 Comment

Zig Ziglar tells of how his group was having a workshop and went out to dinner that night and decided to put something they learned into practice. Their waiter was an excellent server, He was polite and attentive without becoming familiar and they were  impressed with him. Each of them wrote a sentence on a piece of paper about the man, something like I like John because. They left it at the table and after they left the restaurant the waiter appeared and as Zig put it he broke down and He…


Follow The Process

Posted on November 14, 2015 at 10:58am 0 Comments

I have been reading some criticisms of Goal setting recently and some seemed valid such as a long term goal can, be anxiety provoking  all or nothing,too futuristic and not enough present orientation. In an article James Clear (www.jamesclear.com) wrote he believes it is best to forget about goal setting and focus on the process. That means concentrating on the journey not the destination. I am not advocating throwing out goal setting entirely because…



Posted on February 7, 2015 at 11:00am 0 Comments

I first learned of personal coaching a number of years ago. I got a letter form an organization headed by a motivational speaker whose name you would likely recognize if I gave it. The Representative said the problem with Motivatonal tapes is there is no accountability present. I also thought that it sounded like a  good possibility. The price for this coaching was pretty steep. This Rep. gave me a spiel  about a homeless Man who sold aluminum cans to pay for his coaching. i became…


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At 11:53am on June 24, 2014, Josh Bulloc said…

Hello Gary,

What do you want to see on the Think and Grow events Group?

At 10:28am on February 2, 2013, GARY LEAGUE said…

O would like to add that www.penzu.com  might be a good online option. The very basic is free

At 1:08pm on January 5, 2013, Joel Boggess said…

Hi Gary,

So glad you've joined up in the Finding your Voice group. 

The best way to learn how the group works is to get involved in the discussion. We have an exciting one going on right now. We are encouraging and holding each other accountable in journaling our "successes" and "safety steps". Just like life - no lurkers, only participants. 

They'll be an option for you to join the group if you haven't already. You'll probably find that option at the top middle or right hand side of the page once you get there.

See you in the discussion.

At 11:28am on January 22, 2011, Erin Casey said…

Hi Gary,


Just wanted to welcome you to the Write it Forward group. Let us know how we can support you!



Erin Casey


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