12/1/06

December Blog Tips

This month’s blog-tipping is devoted to bloggers I’ve recently discovered. They’ve been around for a while and, since many of you know them already, you’ll appreciate that they’re being given distinction today. “Take your life from good. . . to great!” is Phil Gerbyshak’s motto at Make It Great! and Phil lives that motto. Compliments: 1) His links posts are a treasure trove of information on everything and anything. 2) Phil’s positive attitude on life dominates his work. 3) If you need a dose of personable and friendly, it’s in there. Tip: Talk more, Phil. You have a lot of good to say and we want to hear it. Ben Yoskovitz tags Instigator Blog as “Instigating discussions, ideas and better business” and, indeed, he does. Compliments: 1) Ben’s ’Goal Writing Project’ is a fantastic ’get-off-your-butt’ tool. 2) A commitment to online community that gets and deserves admiration. 3) He’s a self-touted entrepreneur and opportunity seeker. Watch him. Tip: Continue doing what you’re doing, Ben. We’re all learning. In her mission to “demystify technology for small business women”, Leah MacLean does that and more at Working Solo. Compliments: 1) It’s been said elsewhere, but I’ll repeat: those cartoons are fantastic. 2) Her tips are worth every second of the attention they command. 3) Leah has a ’heads-up’ approach to sharing her wealth of information. Tip: I have no tips, Leah. I’m too busy learning from you.

7 comments:

philgerb said...

Thanks for tipping me, and for giving me such a great tip. I am planning to do more Phil and less everything else on Make It Great! soon. Thanks for reinforcing that needs to be done. :)

Leah Maclean said...

Thanks you so much for the blog tipping Carolyn. Your feedback and warmth are greatly appreciated. I also appreciate being in such great company with my online buddies Ben and Phil (2 very wise guys who I "listen" to on a regular basis).

The cartoons come from a number of sources (and sometimes I even put one together myself). When I use someone's there will always be a mention of who's wisdom/creativity it is.

Carolyn Manning said...

Hi Phil. That's exactly what we need, more of you. I'm glad you agree :)

Carolyn

Carolyn Manning said...

Leah, your quality deserves at least a tip. As for the company you're in today, it was a hunch that worked out well :)

Carolyn

Jack Taugher said...

Great tips, Carolyn. I have made it a point to consistently blog about life's choices -- which are often a reflection of choices I made that day, with reflections of others who've recently inspired me to make/take those actions.

Carolyn Manning said...

Absolutely, Jack. Reflection on choice, our own or others', is one of the best ways to introduce good change to the world.

Carolyn

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