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Back in 2008, I thought I’d try an experiment with keeping a calendar of NLP trainings.
Today, I trashed it. Consider the experiment to have failed.
FYI, someone ripped off the article I recently posted. I don’t know who “NLP Zine” is, but if he’s stealing from me, he’s probably stealing from other NLP bloggers too.
Here’s the whois information for the site:
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Expiration Date: 16-Jul-2010 00:00:00
Sponsoring Registrar: ‘Check Whois’ (ENOM) (ENOM)
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Name Server: dns2.shnw.net
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Registrant Name: WhoisGuard
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Registrant Street1: Westchester, CA 90045
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Registrant City: US
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Registrant Postal Code: Unknown
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Registrant Phone: Unknown
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Admin ID: Unknown
Admin Name: WhoisGuard Protected
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Admin Street1: 8939 S. Sepulveda Blvd. #110 – 732
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Admin City: Westchester
Admin State: CA
Admin Postal Code: 90045
Admin Country: US
Admin Phone: +1.6613102107
Admin Fax: +1.6613102107
Admin Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve been messing around with Google Calendar AND looking for ways to make my blog more useful. I wondered what it would be like to have a single calendar with a great many trainers’ scheduled trainings on it. Here is my effort so far:
I’m trying out the Journalist Theme for WordPress by Lucian Marin. What do you think?
…what you thought about this blog. What do you want to see? What do you like? Is there an article you’d like to put here, or a NLPer you’d like to see writing here besides little ol’ me?
Let me know in the comments or via the contact form.
I just updated WordPress, the software with which this blog is created and maintained. It appears to have gone well. If you see a problem, please let me know.
I recently asked someone how she liked Stever Robbin’s “Get It Done Guy” podcast, and she said she hadn’t heard of it. I was aghast! An intelligent Neuro-Linguistic Programmer who cares about me and who doesn’t read my blog?! How could that be?
It turns out that she didn’t know how. And if she doesn’t know, then there may well be hundreds, even thousands of intelligent Neuro-Linguistic Programmers who don’t know how to read blogs. Some of them may even care about me. Or somewhat like me. Or at least would be willing to stomp on me real good if I were on fire.
So I wrote this page and linked it in to the main. There ya go. What the RSS format is and how to read it.
I added a couple of new listings to my blogroll today. I had somehow missed Andy Smith’s Practical EQ and Michael Vanderdonk’s TOACH when I was adding Nick Kemp’s NLPMP3 blog. All better now.
If you know of a good NLP (or related) blog, I’d love to hear about it.
Wow… this should be interesting.
I started this blog out of my love for Neuro-Linguistic Programming and my desire to see more people learn to love it. Sure, I read great articles and find out about trainings and sales from certain trainers; I subscribe to their newsletters. But there may be lots of good folks out there with whom I’ll never have the opportunity to train because, for whatever reason, I haven’t heard of them and don’t know about their newsletters and mailing lists. And I bet the same is true of you.
So I hope that this will change that. I’m asking for articles, news, and sale notices from everybody who cares to submit them. If I like them, I’ll put them here. If I don’t like them, I won’t. (Hey… it’s my blog.)
I’ll ask for patience. I’m new to WordPress, I’m working alone in my spare time, and if I don’t get to your stuff immediately, it’s probably because I’m working or sleeping.
When I get a chance, I’ll create a “rules” page so you’ll know what I’m looking for and what I’m not. I’ll also be opening it up to comments when I get some content worth commenting on. In the meantime, pass the word.