All good things come to an end. This week was the last week of our Guest Blogger Extravaganza – and what an event it was! If you missed some of the posts, you might want to go back and check them out.
On Monday we started out with the first part of a two-part post by Greg Hartle, How to be Productive Anywhere, All the Time – Part 1, which covered systems and tools that can greatly improve your ability to get stuff done. On Tuesday Greg moved on to the energy and mindset part of productivity in How to be Productive Anywhere, All the Time – Part 2.
Small business owners (and big brands) are talking about the importance of building community. Sarah Robinson is an expert in building fiercely loyal communities and on Wednesday in Who Is Your Community For? she compares our community with another community that seems similar from the outside but is, in fact, very different.
And in our final post on Thursday, George Krueger and Mary-Lynn Foster urge entrepreneurs to get off their treadmills and build steps in Success in Business is Like a Skyscraper. Somehow that seemed the perfect post to wrap up all the wisdom that our amazing guest bloggers shared.
Thank you so much for joining us for this event. I hope you enjoyed it and learned something new and valuable.
I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. And do please let me know if you had a favorite post!