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Guest Post Ultra Marathon Update Number One

As promised, here is the updated list of guest posts I’ve done so far for the Ultra Marathon.

If you happen to read them all, you’ll notice I repeat myself a lot.  I thought this was a bad thing at first.  But then I realized that you’re not all reading each other’s blogs…yet.  So like any good politician, I’ve stayed on message most of the time.

I’ve written a few more that have yet to post on other blogs.  But here are the ones that are out there in all their glory.  Or something.

Enjoy!

And of course, if you want a guest post, let me know.

Josh


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  • positively present September 20, 2009, 6:32 am

    Great list of links! I’m looking forward to checking them all out and I hope to hear back from you regarding a guest post on Positively Present. 🙂

    • Josh Hanagarne September 20, 2009, 9:38 am

      Positively Present. I sent you an email. Definitely want to write something for you.

  • Lori September 20, 2009, 11:03 am

    Hi Josh,
    Thanks for linking your gems. I love that you did this.
    This is a great show (and congrats!).

    I learned some great tips from your recent post at ProBlogger, too. Can I ask how you decided on the topics you list here? They’re all great!

    • Josh Hanagarne September 20, 2009, 11:10 am

      Lori, most of the topics were suggested for me. That was one of the conditions I “set” in my original marathon pitch–that you had to give me some prompts to write on. Most of the subjects you see here were thought of my other people. A couple just said, “do whatever you want,” but those are in the minority.

  • Marti DenUyl September 20, 2009, 8:30 pm

    Hi Josh,

    If memory serves me right, I believe part of your reason for the marathon guest blogging was to help with reducing the tics. If I may ask, is the marathon guest blogging helping with the tics? I have a son that has TS and while I can’t know firsthand the frustration on tics waxing and waning I can sympathize how it can at times throw life into a bit of a tailspin.

    Praying for you and your family,
    Marti

    • Josh Hanagarne September 20, 2009, 10:27 pm

      Marti, it has definitely helped. The initial meltdown passed pretty quickly. Now I’m doing all right, but am still committed to this guest post project. It’s not just the marathon that helped, it’s the distraction that it provides. Something to focus on. Thanks for the kind words and for checking in. Good luck with everything. If I can ever do anything to help you or your son, I hope you’ll ask.

  • Joe D. September 21, 2009, 10:59 am

    Josh—
    Just went to the “I came, I saw…” link and I must say that this type of content is soooo important to the blogger just getting their feet wet. To me, the post read as a step by step tutorial on how to leave a proper comment, and the methods to make those comments work for you, making friends and connections, as well as adding to the conversation. Looking forward to checking out the other links…

    • Josh Hanagarne September 21, 2009, 11:20 am

      Joe D, thanks buddy! Glad it helped. I wish I’d come around to these simple facts a bit earlier. Stick around.

  • Daisy September 21, 2009, 7:21 pm

    My son has a tic disorder (it’s minor; his blindness and his Asperger’s are his main disabilities). I’m glad to see that there are strategies for working with the tics.

    • Josh Hanagarne September 21, 2009, 8:15 pm

      Daisy, there’s always something. Distraction, distraction, distraction.

  • Annabel Candy September 22, 2009, 4:28 am

    Unbelievable list of posts – you’re prolific and put me to shame! Glad to hear it’s been helping keep the tiresome tics in check. Keep up the great work and thanks for writing on how to seem confident for me as a guest post. You were my first ever:)

    • Josh Hanagarne September 22, 2009, 7:49 am

      Annabel, thanks! There’s more on the way. Lots more.

  • yoan October 6, 2009, 7:56 pm

    hi josh…
    nice to visit your blog
    hope this a good beginning for me to learn how to do blog walking
    regards
    yoan
    problogger dot com member

    • Josh Hanagarne October 6, 2009, 8:13 pm

      Yoan, thanks for dropping by. Take care of yourself, buddy.