I thought you might be interested in watching a new YouTube video I just created yesterday promoting the “Mass on the Grass Celebration” hosted by Calvary Episcopal Church, Batavia, IL, on Sunday, July 27, 2014. Here’s the link http://bit.ly/mass-on-the-grass
The event is fun and starts at 10:15AM and, last time, ended between 12:30 and 1:30PM depending on what people were doing.
If you’re in the area, you’re invited to drop in and stay–we’re having lunch, too. Check out the page on Facebook.
Have you ever had to follow some directions–like learning dance steps–forward 2, back 3, side step 1, forward 2, reverse side step 3, etc.
I’m finding that to be the case with some of the activities I’m engaged in this week, building infrastructure to support my online business set-ups. (The results are similar to the classic, “You can’t get there from here” quote when someone asks directions to some place.)
I have lots of tools to move very quickly–and still in circles. A friend of mind just told me, “Contact me when you’ve done all you have to do.” (I didn’t find the comment particularly helpful and it probably makes sense from my friend’s perspective.)
I did sign-up for an affiliate program today that I think will be helpful. It offers free services to help people with online emailing and communication. I’ll share more about that (and a link) later. That will be part of JoelMontyLoves.com.
If you know of anyone interested in exploring how to build an effective team for multi-level-marketing (MLM), have them check out the video in the previous post. If anyone is actively looking to build such a team, follow this link for help in generating leads for team members.
The new MLM Success Story video was just released on YouTube. Remember to check it out.
Encourage anyone you know who is working with (or considering joining) an MLM to check out the video and the support page on http://Empowerment-Coach.net/MLM-Prospectors
Why would teachers want a Teachers’ Coach?
I started coaching teachers in Miami, FL, in 1988 or so while I was finishing research for my doctoral dissertation at Florida International University.
More recently I have been involved with teaching in Illinois–six years as a bilingual (Spanish) teacher and five years as a substitute, focusing especially on the needs of elementary school teachers and students.
Teachers are being buried in new requirements–“Common Core,” improving student performance on standardized tests–new tests coming this year.
As part of my personal continuing education I was certified two years ago as a trainer in neurolinguistic programming (NLP). Some of what I learned in that training has direct application in helping teachers deal with the new challenges they are experiencing in their classrooms.
I’ve started a Teacher’s Coach Group on Facebook (bit.ly/t-coach)