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Appalachian Trail

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kim Anstaett Nov 27, 2012. 10 Replies

I backpacked my first 50 miles of the AT last month, walking with a nephew who is thru-hiking. This isn't a business achievement but it is the beginning of my quest to hike the whole 2,184 miles of…Continue

Marketing advice for small business - get in the game

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" Apr 5, 2012. 1 Reply

I invite you to read my most recent article in CU Business Magazine - this advice works for marketing any small biz:…Continue

ning.com

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dan Miller Jan 17, 2012. 3 Replies

Other than being part of 48Days.net, has anyone here ever developed a social networking website with ning.com? What group are you/were you rounding up? How did you make it effective as a networking…Continue

 

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Jump Start is for those who are ready to set important events in motion. To overcome the resistance that is holding us back. To make a difference with our work by serving others in truly meaningful ways.Being a member of this group is a public declaration that you are ready to be an action taker. That a JUMPers Heart beats inside you. A heart that is loud and strong in the pursuit of purpose, ideas and relationships.Twitter: …See More
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Jul 15
Ken Gonyer replied to Ken Gonyer's discussion Appalachian Trail
"One step at a time... Literally!"
Nov 14, 2012
Karen Putz replied to Ken Gonyer's discussion Appalachian Trail
"Way to go! It all starts with the first step, in your case, the first 50 miles! Happy hiking on the rest!"
Nov 12, 2012
Eric Pulsifer replied to Ken Gonyer's discussion Appalachian Trail
"Just started on the AT last month, working on the Georgia end. Didn't complete my initial goal of 37 miles on this trip, but had enough of the Trail to whet my appetite. I'll be 55 soon, so I've got enough years of good hiking left in…"
Nov 9, 2012

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Tony DiLorenzo replied to Ken Gonyer's discussion Appalachian Trail
"WAY TO GO Ken!!! All three of our National Scenic Trails are a wonderful place to unplug and build your confidence up. I know because in 2000 I thru-hiked the Pacific Crest Trail. That was a defining point in my life, my marriage, my future…"
Nov 8, 2012
Matthew Casteel replied to Ken Gonyer's discussion Appalachian Trail
"Very cool Ken!"
Nov 8, 2012
Caroline Gavin replied to Ken Gonyer's discussion Appalachian Trail
"Congratulations, Ken!!! Thank you for sharing your excitement and your accomplishment! I look forward to reading about your future successes in this 2,184-mile quest!"
Nov 8, 2012
Matt Jones replied to Ken Gonyer's discussion Appalachian Trail
"That is awesome! That was always a dream of mine too. My favorite section is the carvers gap to 19e in north carolina/Tennessee."
Nov 8, 2012
Archie Winningham replied to Ken Gonyer's discussion Appalachian Trail
"WOW doesn't do your accomplishment justice at all! Perhaps a SUPER GREAT "CONGRATULATIONS" may be a good start. Awesome stuff Ken. Thanks for sharing. -Archie"
Nov 8, 2012
Dan Miller replied to Ken Gonyer's discussion Appalachian Trail
"Ken Congratulations. Personal achievements and business achievements are so linked together. Hiking those 50 miles will raise your confidence levels for what you can do in business."
Nov 8, 2012
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Appalachian Trail

I backpacked my first 50 miles of the AT last month, walking with a nephew who is thru-hiking. This isn't a business achievement but it is the beginning of my quest to hike the whole 2,184 miles of the trail in sections. I thought I would never get on the trail til I was an old fella. So here goes!Ken GonyerWww.hiddenspringscoaching.comSee More
Nov 7, 2012
Ken Gonyer replied to David Dutton's discussion Who Here Has Done a 48 Days Personality Profile?
"Hi David, What are your goals as affiliate manager for 48 Days? Ken Gonyer www.hiddenspringscoaching.com "
Sep 1, 2012
Jason V left a comment for Ken Gonyer
"Hi Ken!  For information on how I make my Podcast, I created a page here:  http://www.portraitwalkthrough.com/setup I'm adding intro and ending manually during post processing, so I have to spend about an hour or two getting things…"
Jul 24, 2012
Ken Gonyer commented on Jeff Long's group Wordpress websites
"Thanks Danny and Luke! I got caught up in another project and neglected to respond. Your advice (both) is very helpful. Thanks for sharing your expertise generously - the "48 Days" way!"
Jul 24, 2012
Ken Gonyer liked Danny Mullen's blog post Made My first Sale today!
Jul 6, 2012

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How did you hear about 48Days.NET, and what do you hope to get out of being a part of this community?
I heard about 48Days.NET from reading 48 Days to the Work You Love. As a 'professional development" resource offering coaching for career success, I hope to get and give support, ideas and opportunities to develop new business.
What is your current work situation? Employee, self-employed, generating any income on your own?
I am in a salaried executive management position and generate additional income by offering executive coaching and leadership training.
And then...what is your goal/dream for your work life?
To help thousands of leaders experience authentic success.
How about your personal life? Any specific goals or achievements or dreams you are pursuing (or want to pursue)?
I want illustrate Christ to my wife, children and others in my life by the way I think, speak and behave.

I'd like to earn the "Distinguished Toastmaster" designation through my local club, Harrisonburg Toastmasters.
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!)?
My core competencies are strategizing, educating, coaching, writing and research.
Do you have a website presence anywhere?
http://www.kengonyer.com

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Marketing yourself - get in the game!

Posted on April 4, 2012 at 9:32pm 0 Comments

"My most recent article in CU Business Magazine - this works for marketing any small biz: http://ning.it/HWYjee Let me know what you think!"

Marketing Plans That Work

Posted on February 1, 2012 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

I sat down this week with someone to review their 2012 Marketing Plan. It was impressive - broad in scope, aggressive and responsive to the changes in their industry. It had a hole in it, though. A big one.

For a marketing plan to work, it has to lead to specific actions. If I have a house plan, I use it when I take action to build the structure. This marketing plan painted a good picture of where the organization needed to go, but said little about how it would get there. The actions…

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Don't get caught!

Posted on January 17, 2012 at 11:10am 0 Comments

It's a trap, and you can get caught in it just like most other people do. But at least now you've been warned:

If you begin your day by checking email, you're going to get snagged and dragged into stuff that isn't on your high-priority to-do list. Email can wait until you've devoted at least your first 60-90 minutes to the important stuff. When you do read it, look at the clock and decide when you'll be done. Then stop. And close the app. And shut off notifications.

Email, FB,…

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Hidden Springs - tactics for surviving stress

Posted on January 12, 2012 at 8:30am 0 Comments

My part of the country has experienced a summer drought for many years now. Here's what it's like as I drive home from town: all along the road, fields of thin, crisp corn stalks reach pointed leaves to the anvil sky, pleading for a mist, a drop, a downpour. Hot breezes push humid air over dry dirt, and dust coats my teeth. Misery!

Then, a turn in the road, and I’m home. As I make my way down the lane to Hidden Springs, the…

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At 11:35am on July 24, 2012, Jason V said…

Hi Ken!  For information on how I make my Podcast, I created a page here:  http://www.portraitwalkthrough.com/setup

I'm adding intro and ending manually during post processing, so I have to spend about an hour or two getting things ready to post afterwards. 

At 9:53pm on July 2, 2012,
Group Leader
Josh Ribble
said…

Ken, thanks for the info on Toastmasters. I've heard the name many times but haven't really heard from anyone that has attended. I'll have to keep them in mind.

At 12:30pm on July 1, 2012,
Group Leader
Josh Ribble
said…

Ken, welcome to the Embracing Introvertedness group. I see that you're a part of Toastmasters. I'd be interested to hear how that has helped you or changed your life. Thanks for joining.

At 2:19pm on February 10, 2012, Josh Franklin said…

Hey Ken, Thanks for the welcome. As you can tell by my timeliness (or lack there of) that the transitioning from what I need to survive to work I love is slow going at first. But I appreciate the encouragement Thanks.

At 4:05am on February 8, 2012, Cindy Maneval said…

Hi Ken. Thanks. I am so ready to graduate. It has been a busy 2 years with working full time and going to school. But it also has been thrilling, exciting and challenging!  

At 7:44pm on February 6, 2012, Patrick Parzynski said…

Hi Ken thank you for the kind comments about my ebay page.  I am new to all the social networking so I am going to try and make my way as time permits.  I hope to link up with some other ebayers to brainstorm how I  can take my hobby business to the next level.  Take care and thanks a million.

 

Sincerely,

 

Patrick

 

At 9:21am on February 6, 2012, Jon Ochoa said…

Hi Ken, Thanks for your message about running a 5K. I am actually in the process of doing the couch potato to 5K. I am getting there, slowly but surely. Congrats on making your 5 mile runs. Keep it up.

At 1:58pm on February 1, 2012, Tim Greenfield said…

Ken thanks for the invite to the Book club. As I live here in Arizona for outdoor activies I enjoy running, biking, and hiking.

 

At 10:28am on January 25, 2012, Big Richie Mcknight said…

Thank you Ken,  For now I'll be gigging in Canada .

At 12:59pm on January 19, 2012, Stephen Buckner said…

Thanks Ken!

 
 
 

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