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A Calendar of Blogs

Who’s on your blog radar?

There are lots of good blogs out there aren’t there.  At various times of the year various listings or rankings of top bloggers hits the timeline providing great endorsement and signposting to some wonderful reading and discussion.
But what about all the other bloggers?  You know, the ones who blog religiously but perhaps don’t get the notoriety that others do.  The ones who don’t blog each week or even those who have taken a blogging break.  They maybe haven’t hit people’s blog radars yet…
A Calendar of Blogs
Well let’s change that a little bit.  I’d like to share with you some of the fantastic people I’ve come across this year who may not be on your blog radar.  Some of them I’ve known a while; others I only connected with a few weeks ago.  However, I appreciate what they have to say and if you don’t know them already, I think you might too.
I’ve selected one for each month of the year because each is different and bloggers are not just for Christmas!  There are others but hopefully you might add them here yourself…

Who would you like to recognise that might not be on most people’s blog radars?
Please feel free to create your own list in the comments below.  The only criteria is your appreciation and the fact that they may not be on peoples radars!


My Calendar of Blogs
Thanks for such great dialogue, sharing, engagement and writing.  I hope you have a wonderful 2012!

Emily Stone (@Em_Stone) http://wellconnect.co.uk/blog/
Emma (@Onatrainagain) http://www.myblogmyrules.co.uk/
Huw Sayer (@huwsayer) http://huwsayer.wordpress.com/
Ian Perry (@Ianperryemerge) http://emergecoaching.typepad.com
Ian Pettigrew (@KingfisherCoach) http://www.kingfishercoaching.com/
Jan Bowen-Nielsen (@janbowennielsen) http://www.quivermanagement.com/blog/
Jon Bartlett (@Projectlibero) http://projectlibero.wordpress.com/
Martin Couzins (@martincouzins) http://itsdevelopmental.com/
Natasha Stallard (@StirTheSource) http://stirringthesource.com/
Sam Lizars (@SamLizars) http://www-theinsider.blogspot.com/
Vera Woodhead (@verawoodhead) http://verawoodhead.wordpress.com/
Zoe Mounsey (@zoemounsey) http://ideasandscribbles.wordpress.com/

About David Goddin

Passionate about People, Performance & Potential. Amongst many other things David Goddin is a consultant, coach, facilitator & mentor with extensive experience of transforming business performance and organisational effectiveness as a Senior Executive in large organisations. As the founder and Managing Director of Change Continuum, David now works with companies and business professionals who want to increase performance, accelerate change & unleash potential.

Discussion

4 thoughts on “A Calendar of Blogs

  1. Hi DavidMany thanks for including me in this great list. I am delighted. I'm also enjoying our conversation about events – which I will continue! Have a great Christmas

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    Posted by Martin Couzins | December 19, 2011, 10:02 AM
  2. Thank you @ChangeContinuum  for including me in your Calendar of Blogs – feel deeply honoured – will try to check out some of the others in coming weeks – best wishes – H

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    Posted by Huw Sayer | December 19, 2011, 10:36 AM
  3. I'm chuffed to be included in this list, thanks for mentioning me and what a good idea to start something like this.  Of course your blog is very much on my radar too as is;Trainers Kit Bag http://trainerskitbag.com/blog/Example Marketing http://examplemarketing.wordpress.com/Nordcape – Lise Moen http://lisemoen.com/

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    Posted by Emily Stone | December 19, 2011, 10:59 AM
  4. Yes its good to have listed in the blog calender and have the better community get going is well.Calender blogs make the community and also the people update for new ideas and technologies is well.

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    Posted by George Campbel | February 24, 2012, 7:07 AM
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