A nerve bypass??? You need to watch this!

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John Dandin sent me this.  Thanks!…

Cool video, I know it’s slightly different than a stroke but I hope for people I know like Gordon Viggiano Malik Duncan and Christo Asimakopoulos who have great faith, daily work ethic on their day-to-day while remaining positive and hopeful of some type of recovery either naturally or through technology. I also know how big it would be for their loved ones Jill Krantz Viggiano HAMZA’S PRAYER’S as well because the reward for GV, Malik, and Christo would be their reward as well.

37 Blog Post Ideas

 

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It’s no secret. Blogging is crucial to your business. If you don’t have a blog, get moving and make it happen.

You might be saying, but what am I going to blog about. This is your lucky day, because I’m offering up 37 blog post ideas so you won’t be stuck on a topic.

  1. The idea that triggered your start
  2. A photo showing a positive moment during training or speaking with text
  3. Talk about one positive transition that can happen to a person as a result of implementing one of your ideas
  4. Features of your training or coaching method
  5. One trick you use to stay on track in your business
  6. A video testimonial with transcribed text
  7. 3 reasons not to attend your training session ie. You want to stay in a dead-end job etc.
  8. A review of a book related to your niche
  9. 3 ways you would lose if you didn’t sign up for the newest training
  10. A commentary on how you found your passion
  11. 5 Questions a customer should ask before purchasing your book or training
  12. An audio testimonial
  13. A transcript of a commercial, webinar or interview you did
  14. A review of a movie that has a connection to your topic
  15. Compile a list of pain points which would send a client to you
  16. An interview with one of your satisfied clients
  17. Why you use social media in your business
  18. A written testimonial
  19. A commentary on a seminar you attended
  20. A summary of a periscope broadcast you did or viewed
  21. Create a contest for your clients and explain how it works
  22. An interview with one of your employees, associates or virtual assistants
  23. A review of another blog post (with their permission)
  24. Make a completely incorrect statement about your niche, explain how some people are misled, then set them straight and emphasize the facts
  25. A way to effectively implement one of your lesser-known strategies
  26. Create a challenge for yourself, and then report on your progress
  27. A review of a webinar you watched which was connected to your business
  28. Make a list of reasons why your training or book rocks
  29. Do a survey related to your field
  30. A personal story about a business success in the last week
  31. Ask a question related to your niche and proceed to answer it in detail
  32. A commentary on a news article that ties into your niche
  33. Create a review of an app you use in your business
  34. Come up with a survey about one aspect of your training or coaching
  35. Blog about a celebrity and connect it to your niche
  36. Invite another blogger to do a guest blog, and then write a blog in response
  37. Post a video of yourself telling a story about a win you recently experienced, then transcribe your story

As you write blogs from this list, check them off. As you think of other blog ideas, add them to the list. Keep up your awesome blogging momentum and your business will thank you.

Go write your blog!

See more at http://www.andreasullenger.com

I was awesome…


Well ok…maybe not THAT awesome.

After hearing me speak, they we’re going to class.  I can’t wait to find out how it went.   If I just went by applause, I would give it an A-.  But, I am NOT the audience….as my wife says. So, we will see!

IMG_0557I spoke in front of 400 students and faculty today and they seemed “moved” by my story.  I was watching the audience as the video played and it was surprising.  Many of the attendees  brought their hand up to their mouths…. as if they were actually living the moment. I never watched the audience before, but I think I will going forward. It made me feel close to the members involved.  I will let you know how it goes.  After years of speaking, I think it is funny that I never watched the audience!

Side note: don’t I look old in the picture Jill took?

Time For Jill To Speak!

Jill had a busy week!

We showed up at AM Northwest, and completed the interview. Then we went to our first Painful Blessing presentation:IMG_0330 Courtyard at Mt. Tabor.  The group was fantastic and they gave us lots of tips. Jill listened to many all of them.

The second one was two days later at Durham & Bates. I was a little nervous and I don’t know why!  I arrived early so I could hook up the system.  The projector was mounted on the ceiling and I found the remote to turn it on. I felt good at that point (a mistake) and just had to the right input. I couldn’t do it.  Their IT person showed up and HE couldn’t do it either!  He asked me if I had it on a USB drive so he can put it in his computer.   I didn’t. We were running on MAC and I didn’t think it was necessary.  Jill was going to have to give her presentation… without any slides. Can she do this?   It’s only her second time. Won’t that mess her up?

When I deliver my speech, I can’t do it without having my presentation!  My presentation has still photos and video clips thoughout which tie the whole thing together.  Plus, I get thirsty; I have time to drink during the presentation while the video played.  How can I help her with this terrible situation?

She didn’t need any help. Effortlessly, she delivered her speech, with NO presentation… flawlessly.  She was absolutely amazing!

And yes, when I got home I put Jill’s presentation on a USB so we will be prepared next time.