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Blogging Revelations - A Kelly Rae Roberts E-Book reader Confession

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... re posted from bloggingrevelations.com - 1/10/11

My very first private e-class was Kelly's and it was awesome! I learned so very, very much. But some things are never in a book, never written down. In her e-class/book Kelly stresses the importance of blogging in so many ways. Blogging was the first item of discussion in class. Blogging is the first chapter of her e-book. Bloggingbloggingblogging. I've been a loyal follower of Kelly's & Anna 's for years now. Yet I'm not on any of their list. I've searched through their archives for the secrets to their success and found them on more than one occasion.

I'm a speed reader. I read super more then the average person in one day. I love books! I love information & like Reed on Criminal Minds, I love to share tidbits of what seams to be the most unrelated information that I've gathered.

When my Daddy, would say something is very important. I listened, then acted on his prompt.

Listening & leaning into the whispers, with the knowledge of  myself & my God given talents & knowing that talent is never enough. I pushed the pause button.

I pushed the pause button again. I listened to the whispers. After the class ended. After I cleaned the house. After I was able to breath. I printed the first chapter of Kelly's e-book in black & white. I went through it again and again with a yellow highlighter. Then I printed the first chapter of Kelly's e-book in color & I read it again & again.

I've yet to read beyond the first chapter. The blogging chapter. This is my confession.

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  1. Hi Sonya,
    Kelly's Flying Lessons course continues to have a huge impact on my creative life... in addition to the course, I took loads of notes during it - this post is making me think I should probably go back & read those too :)
    (So good to see you flying!)
    xo
    Kristin

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  2. I do wonder how we ever managed without blogging. It's not just the friends we meet but the creative world has been opened for us and the talent just flows across the world.
    Hugs

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  3. Hi Sweet Sonya,

    Loved Your Friday Post..And Loved Saturday's Flying Lessons Post Too! Kelly Rae's Class Was Truly An Inspiration For Me. I Too Had To Read ~ And Reread Through Her Wonderful Course Again And Again. I Get Something New From It Each Time. And Hey..LOVE The Flip Video Camera. I Too Found Mine On Sale At Wally World. Have Only Used It Once But It's Really Cool. Never Imagined Attaching It To The Tripod..GREAT IDEA! I'm Gonna Definitely Be Trying That Out Today! Have A Wonderful Weekend Sweet Lady! Hugs From The Peach State, Terri

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  4. excited to read it

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  5. Dearest sweet Sonya, Kelly's Flying Lessons continues to have a huge impact on my creative life and journey. I have yet to read beyond the first chapter becoz i read it over again and agin! :) So glad and feeling so bless that i took this wonderful e-course and had the chance to connect with you and the other wonderful flyers! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

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