The countdown continues. This is my 999th blog post. All thanks to you dear reader.
My first blog post in 2009 was “From my first African nocturnal visitor to my first Blog post.”
See this post for top blog posts from 2010 to 2013. And see this post for top blog posts from 2014 to 2017.
And for the next five years (including 2022 to date), the most popular blog posts have been:
999 posts and 13 years later I’ve had the privilege of sharing my thoughts and learnings with you about:
Click on any of the links above and you’ll see all of the posts I’ve written on that topic.
I’ll do a little retrospective for my 1000th post and give you a chance to win free access to my very first online courses that you can take whenever you wish.
It’s been a dream of mine for a very long time to have online versions of my courses and I’m finally making that happen for you.
Insert happy dance here!
As a way of saying a heartfelt thank you for being part of my journey to my upcoming 1000th blog post, here’s your chance to win free access to my very first online course that you can take whenever you wish.
My first online course is called “Ban boring online meetings; a quick-start, step-by-step approach to making your online meetings engaging, appealing, and actually effective.”
Simply leave a comment and I’ll pick 10 random winners. Good luck!
Cheers. Stay well & safe. Stay creative.
Now go on and learn, laugh and lead
- Check out some of my top past posts based on the topic(s) you’re most interested in, using the links above.
- Learning is a treat. It lights us up…. just like these dogs caught in the moment of receiving their treats. (And if this tickles your fancy you can see more images here.)
- Share this post with others and reflect on your own learning and growing.
P.S. Have you RSVP’d yet for this week’s Learning and Development Roundtable: Communicate better, resolve conflict easier and lessen misunderstandings with Life Lenses®? More info here and RSVP for the free September 15th workshop here.
sharon bressler says
pick me, pick me
Ioannis Chatzitheodorou says
I don’t know who will be more challenged getting my meetings less boring: you or myself?
Let’s see! 🙂