Welcome to my new series where for the next few weeks I’m going to talking about all the ins and outs of developing my very first course. What I did, who and what tools I used as well as this very first part about deciding WHAT to teach and take my course online. To say … More 5 Part Series: My First Course: Deciding What to Teach?
A personal planning day (or days) can be really helpful when you do them right. They are not for goofing off and sleeping, they are for making a conscious effort to consider and plan your life’s next great act. Come see what I’ve been doing to plan my own. … More Planning Staycation? Preplanning.
Sorry peeps, a very rough, and WRONG draft of this post went up this morning. No fear, here’s the right one, take a another look and enjoy. You might have heard, but in case you didn’t, I’m hosting my own conference in September. It’s super exciting to plan content, arrange speakers and think about all the … More Select the Right Conference for YOU
Greetings! Welcome to the final part of the event planning series, this one is probably the most important because it begs the question, “What good is an event if EVERYONE can’t participate?” Check out the Free Printable Cheat Sheet for the Inclusive Event Planning and get this month’s Plan with Me blog post calendar for … More Pt. 3 Inclusive Design in Event Planning
Greetings! Welcome, welcome to part 2 of my two-part event planning I’m continuing this month from March, see the March post here. This next installment is two fold, I’m going to talk about some of the things I see event planners doing that bother me from an author/vendor perspective and things I feel should occur … More Event Planning Pt. 2