Taking the 30 Day Blogging Challenge
Written by Lisa Montanaro | September 9, 2009

A business coach that I admire, Sandra Martini, is hosting a 30 Day Blogging Challenge. Always one to accept a challenge, I decided to go for it!

Here are the rules:

  • The 30 Day Blogging Challenge officially begins at midnight on September 9th and ends at 11:59pm on October 8th.
  • You must write at least 100 words for each post — you can write a review of something, show a video, write a fresh new article, repurpose a teleseminar recording by posting the main points…whatever you feel is appropriate for your audience.
  • You may skip some days and post several times on others — as long as you reach 30 posts by the end of the challenge period.

So… stick with me for 30 days. I promise to deliver quantity AND quality! I have so much great content to share, and this will force me to blog often, and keep the posts short.

Feel free to take the challenge yourself if you are a blogger, or to comment on any of the 30 posts to come. I love hearing from you.

Now, bring on the challenge!

Meet the Author

Helping others be the best versions of themselves gets me jazzed!

I’ve worn many hats in my lifetime—often at the same time—while enjoying fulfilling careers. I’ve been a performer, teacher, sign language instructor, lawyer, career counselor, law professor, coach, consultant, mediator, entrepreneur, speaker, trainer, writer, and author. 

I’m an eternal optimist and life-long learner, constantly researching ways to improve personal and professional effectiveness. And it brings me great joy to then pass on the results of that persistent curiosity to my clients and audiences. 

Of all the career hats I’ve been privileged to wear, my favorite is owner of this business since 2002. Why? Because it provides me the opportunity to work with wonderful organizational and individual clients. On any given day, I get to connect deeply with audiences, work with dedicated teams, improve workplaces, watch clients have a-ha moments, and know I’ve made a difference in their lives and careers. And that is very satisfying.