My Fellow Blogathoners

Being part of a Blogathon among authors and professional speakers in Phoenix, I want to introduce you to my fellow bloggers and invite you to visit their blogs (copy/paste the URLs):

Jackie Dishner, a travel writer, loves biking with “mental” components. Visit http://bikewithjackie.blogspot.com and her fabulous new travel blog, http://www.thephoenixtraveler.com

Susan Ratliff is a trade show expert who shares great ideas for entrepreneurs to increase their visibility at http://www.blingmybooth.com

Andrea Beaulieu teaches how to find your authentic voice and live life at its best at http://www.ConspiracyOfLove.net.

Mimi Meredith inspires people to build better lives, workplaces, and communities at http://blog.thegoodnessgrows.com/

Beth Terry shares commonsense solutions to everyday work and life issues at http://corporatecowgirl.com.

Vickie Mullins is a designer of logos and print collateral who shows her stuff at http://vickiemullins.wordpress.com

Michelle May, a physician and author, helps you know how to eat for the right reason-when you’re hungry in her blog http://blogs.eastvalleytribune.com/consumed

Stanley Bronstein, Mr. Achiever, motivates people to perform at their best. http://stanleybronstein.com

Suzanne Holman, a productivity coach, helps you earn the millions that you deserve at http://www.LessonsforYourMillionDollarLife.com

Suzy Graven, an inspiring speaker and life/business coach, offers a fresh perspective for women who feel stuck in their professional and personal lives at http://articles.secretsofthesavvywoman.com

Stephanie Angelo helps organizations raise productivity by reducing domestic violence at
http://hressential.com/wordpress

Quinn McDonald is a trainer, speaker, and life/creativity coach who blogs at http://quinncreative.wordpress.com/

Arlene Rosenberg, a professional and personal development coach and consultant, provides tips and tools to help executives and entrepreneurs get to the next level in business at www.leadingachievers.com

Jean McFarland at http://bulliesamongus.blogspot.com does consulting and speaking on cross-cultural and conflict-oriented business behaviors.

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One response to “My Fellow Blogathoners

  1. What is this Blogathon you’re discussing? How did it go? Is it something you recommend to get Indiana speakers more known in our communities?

    Jean Palmer Heck

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