I thought you might want to see what other people have been saying about my webinar coming up tomorrow. Partially because they appear to be a load more eloquent than I am, and also because it gives you an insight from people who have known or interacted with me for a while ***
‘Muddling Along’ wrote a post called ‘Have you met the Mummy whisperer?’. Hannah is a full-time working Mum in the depths of London, who also bakes, gardens, crafts, and does a pile of stuff that I’m not capable of doing. She doesn’t whine about the difficulties, but shares them with us, and I really enjoy her blog because I can read about a totally different life to mine.
‘Mums Da Word’ (Also known as Wholeself or Minervas mind) wrote a post called ‘Calling all parents with a special announcement‘. Kate is a fellow Coach who also has a facebook group called ‘Minervas Mind’ where she posted a profile of me. She has recently gone back into the ‘real world’ working for a ‘proper company’, so it’s interesting to read her blog about the pros and cons of working for other people versus ourselves.
‘Being a Mummy’ wrote a post called ‘A free Mummy Whisperer webinar‘. Claire works part-time at the museum, and has a life rich with knowledge about stuff that would make me really cool with ‘Curly Headed Boy’.
‘Plus 2.4’ wrote a post called ‘Introducing the Mummy Whisperer’, which touched me and made me cry because she said that one of my guest posts for her had helped. I love her blog, because she is a pagan, and I find that people who understand the natural cycles of nature, also have a wisdom that many others lack.
And if you want to see what past clients have said about me, then there is the testimonials page on my main site.
To sign up for THURSDAY’s free Webinar, <click here>. If you can’t make it to the webinar, register anyway, and I might be sending the audio out for a short time afterwards. I’d love to know what you think of my first ever ‘squeeze page’ (Techie term for page that people register for stuff on), what would you change?
*** Their posts are ‘sponsored’, because I think it only fair that I give them something back for helping me, and if at some point in the future I gain clients. I decided that I would like to give back to the mummy blogging community, which has partially worked for me and partially not; we are a bit flakey sometimes (and I include myself in that ‘we’)! But I have really enjoyed this way of doing things, rather than the traditional way, which is to find a ‘bigger’ coach who would like to mention you, and then they get an affiliate fee, so a big thank you to them all for taking the time to help me out.