Do you struggle with writing? I often do. It’s National Novel Writing Month, so I’m trying to make a more conscious effort to record my thoughts.
This led me to think about the idea of trust. So often, our inability to write isn’t from a
People are fond of asking one-person bands about how they’re able to keep track of everything. Whether you’re a solo or not, it’s not always easy when you’ve embraced the job full bore and don’t know which way to go.
So our third episode of SoloLive on the Higher Ed Live aired on September 17th. On this episode, Michelle Tarby joined Tonya and I to talk about the conference experience for Solos. Will you be at #HEWEB13 in Buffalo? Tweet us @higheredsolo and let us kn
Conferences are fun when you know people. They’re fun if you don’t, especially when you go to a good one because you learn so much there. For many of us, as we make more friends in the community the conferences serve as our opportunity to see
A Tuesday evening Tweet from Shannon Ritter (@micala) started the idea for this post, so I must start by thanking her for the spark.
Shannon reminded me that, far too often, we don’t give ourselves enough credit for doing a good job most of the time.