Fun with Web 2.0!

Posted on December 10, 2008. Filed under: People to Follow | Tags: , , , , |

Taking a wee break from Napoleon Hill – I’ll do my best to write the next post tomorrow, though I’ve got a Christmas potluck to go to as well.

Since starting this blog a couple of weeks ago, dusting off my Facebook profile, and getting started on Twitter, things have really started to come together for me online.  I have to credit a few online mentors for getting me started down this path.  First is Lorrie Morgan Ferrero, of Red Hot Copy.  She did a lot of work on marketing to women, particularly social networking, and put it into what looks like a fantastic seminar called the She Factor.  I hope she puts it on again – I’ll find some way to get down to California and take part next time, instead of just listening to the preview teleseminars.  Second is a guest of Lorrie on one of those fabulous teleseminars, Nancy Marmolejo, whose company is Viva Visibility.  Nancy really is a social networking diva, and she lays out very clearly how you can multi-task, and look like you are 10 places at once on the web, and have all your social networking tools singing in harmony.   I want to be just like her – spending my time making life easier for other people around the world, while still being home when my kids get back from school. 

Third, another great woman that I “met” through Lorrie M-F (didja know you were so influential, Lorrie??) is Melani Ward, writer, coach and seriously wonderful person.  If you are interested in reframing your story and making it work to build the life you want, and you aren’t afraid of being honest with yourself  and open to spirituality, she’s a great teacher.

Finally, I spend a few minutes each morning with Bob Proctor and his terrific video-based coaching program, Six Minutes to Success.  Combined with my daily run, it’s a perfect way for me to get into focus.  I recommend it for everyone who wants to do more with the talents they’ve been given – especially if they have a lot of talent and need to overcome ADD-type symptoms!

Disclosure – Lorrie, Nancy and Melani didn’t pay me to say any of this – I just think they are doing what they oughtta be, and want to pass the kudos!   And while I have an affiliate link to Bob Proctor’s Six Minutes to Success Program, I would recommend it from the very bottom of my heart, even if I never made a penny off it. 

Who are your favourite online mentors and Web 2.0 buddies?  Leave me a comment and let me know…

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Wow Catherine. I am honored to have been mentioned. I look forward to hearing and seeing more of you in the new year.

Happy holidays!
Namaste,
Melani

Well, you’re one of the most authentic people I’ve come across on the web, and I think we have a lot in common. Love of writing, fascination with the mind, spirituality, running, kiddos, and family members that have influenced our stories from beyond the grave. For me it was my mom’s family who died in a car/train accident, and my older brother who died in early childhood of complications from hydrocephaly. I’m trying to let go of the “What if…” stories about them :-).

I still haven’t figured out the best way to connect at a business level – I requested a VIP coaching form, filled it out, and in so doing disqualified myself for this year, when I need to stay closer to home and use my money to start up the infrastructure for Wordspring Writing. I hope that you’ve found a wonderful group of women to work with you in 2009 at that intimate level. And in the meantime, if you have any product or teleseminars somewhere between the “free stuff” and the intensity of the mastermind group, let me know. I’d love to support your work!


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