Wednesday, May 7, 2014

The Blog Forum : : A Creative Little Series #6 ~ Envisioning Your Future

We each create our online homes one step, one post, one image, one connection, one powerful word at a time.  If your mission is clear, your words true to your heart, your design compelling, and your hospitality evident, before long you'll have created a beautiful online tapestry that uniquely reflects who you are.
No cookie cutter blogger, your presentation will be completely and gloriously different from the writer's down the street.  For we are each fearfully and wonderfully made.  And by God's grace, what we create in partnership with Him will reflect that awesome truth and give Him honor.

*  What are the 3 biggest challenges your blog is facing now?

*  What's the first change you want to make?

*  What's your hesitation?

*  What do you want your blog to look like in 1 year?  5 years?

*  How do you honor Christ in the midst of this all?


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Thanks for traveling through this little series with me!  What a ride!  The recent huge influx of visitors tells me that this whole blogging thing matters to many of our readers.  Big time. 
You've asked for it, so here it is!  To show my gratitude, I'm offering a FREE 30 minute coaching session to anyone who's left a comment on any of the six sessions.  And it's not too late to jump in on the discussion to be eligible.  This offer is good through May 31st Friday, June 13th!  You can get in touch with me here to set up your appointment.
I'd love to chat with you 1-1 on the phone, explore your blogging challenges, do a bit of brainstorming, and ask you the questions that will jumpstart you right on up to the next level.  I can't wait to connect! 
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  1. Some good, and yes hard, questions to reflect on. I'd love to *chat* with you, Linda. Your input would really be appreciated, especially as I prepare for a blog redesign. I will click on your link in the post. Wishing you a beautiful week. Much love.

    1. Cool! Thanks for your email ... can't wait to talk together!

      Don't you just love community?


  2. My over analyzing bogs me down in the change department. Once I finally push the change button--I wonder--What Took Me So Long!

    1. Ain't that the truth. Yes, even the counselor in me says sometimes there's not much else to say. It's time to make a choice, to make a change, to move ahead.

      Let's keep on doing that together, friend!

  3. Hi Linda! I want you to know that I took your last set of questions with me as I traveled out of town for the last five days. It was great to step away and really think about what I was doing, goals...etc.. So thank you for that.
    More questions??? Yikes! LOL! You know I'll study these too my friend. And I'll make an apt to chat. Looking forward to that for sure.
    Happiest of Mother's Days to you my generous friend. I know you'll be celebrated :)

    1. How fun that all those questions were your traveling companions, my friend! I'm off to answer your email and line up that appointment with you. I so look forward to connecting voice - voice over the phone lines!

      The happiest of Mother's Days to you ... I hope beautiful grandbaby girl will be with her everlovin' grandma!


  4. Where would I like to be in five years? Hard question, but how's this -

    I'd like my blog to be a resource for counselors and marriage-ministry teams.

    And I'd love to be able to talk with you! I have a LOT to learn.

    1. I love that goal, Andrew. I'm not seeing alot of blogs heading in that direction. If you'd like that free half hour coaching conversation, just shoot me a quick email.

      Keep on writin' ...

  5. What a great series topic! It seems like everyone blogs, and it can feel like our own blogs don't matter in this big world of words. But Jesus can multiply what we can't. I'm interested to read more of what you wrote on blogging. Thanks for putting the hard work into it!
    Cooking Up Faith

    1. Yes, yes! I pray often that He would prosper the work of our hands 'cause I know that I'm in partnership and under the direction of the Creator of the universe. And it just doesn't get better than that, does it!

      Enjoy wandering around here ... the welcome mat is out!

      Weekend blessings ...

  6. Hi Linda,
    I didn't know you coached people on their fun :) Thanks for sharing your knowledge...blessings to you this weekend :) and Happy Mother's Day, early :)

    1. Yep, bloggers, too! All kinds of women have crossed my coaching path ... ministry leaders, coaches, educators, home schooling mamas, leaders in their fields. We all need a companion, a mentor, a cheerleader, a hope-holder, a hard-question asker somewhere along the way.

      I love these over the phone dialogues!

      Scroll down to the bottom of this page for more specifics



Welcome to the table, friend!

This is where we gather and hang out. I'd love for you to pull up a chair and jump right into the conversation. Or simply say 'hello.'

l'll be dropping in to visit you sometime soon ...


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