I’ve been making some recent changes to our website. Perhaps you noticed the somewhat new look. This blog was originally posted on another domain name and when I moved it here I kept the same name, but have only posted a fraction of the posts that were on that blog. I’ve decided that switching the blog name and the Tagline around would be more appropriate for my goals for this website. So now it’s known as Chart Your Course: Dream, Act, Plan Believe. Rather than Dream, Act, Plan, Believe: Chart Your Course.
This is essentially develops a more congruent theme for the website, my mission in life, my seminars, and it now fits better with the other blogs here on this website:
- Successful Reads – Books to Help You Navigate Life and Business (also a new tag line).
- Road Map To Success – Charting a Successful Business Course. This new is blog that my husband and I will both maintain. We’ve been coaching people to success in the home-based business, direct sales and network marketing industry for years. During that time we have primarily posted most of our content to private membership sites. We’ve now decided to publish some of that content and make it available to the public. That is where we will post it.
The new name also fits well with my eBook: Right On Track as it includes strategies and tips for keeping your goals on track, and getting rid of roadblocks that sabotage your success. Plus it goes well with another website of mine that has to do with education as you journey through life – I’ll share that with you later.
Design wise I’ve made a couple of changes as well. The blog header is practically the same – I’ve just added the name of the website to the top and added a map to the background. I’ve also made a few changes to the headers in the sidebar that are more in keeping with the theme.
I’ve also added more feed options. Our readers can subscribe to an RSS feed or email subscription delivery system of the content posted to all of the blogs and get business tips, sales, tips, book reviews, and articles on success delivered to them or they can still subscribe to the individual blogs.
So what do you think about the changes? I’d love to know.
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Posted on Posted on June 11, 2010 under the following category: Other
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