You know that sentiment about how good things are worth the wait? Well, that’s exactly how I felt about our Sydney Blogcademy class. We’d been wanting to take the workshop to Sydney since the very beginning but the scheduling never quite panned out. This time around, we were pumped to finally have the opportunity.
Because we’d never taught in Sydney before, we had no idea what to expect but the class was off the hook from the moment we said our hellos. As usual, our group was quite eclectic and as you know, variety is the spice of life! In attendance, we had two men (a record?!), five energy healers, a handful of pregnant women, professional athletes….you name it. And of course, the more varied the mix of folks, the better the stories!
With bright colors swirling around coupled with smiles radiating from every corner, our Sydney group turned on the charm big time.
Note-taking in our class is no joke — when we recently boiled down our two day workshop into a transcript for Blogcademy Online, it clocked in at 60,000 words. That’s a whole lot of info jammed into 18 sections!
The majority of women who join us in class already have thriving outside businesses and careers but are ready to transition into running their own businesses. There’s a point most of us reach where the money and recognition isn’t enough — personal satisfaction takes precedent. Learning how to sell your expertise, services and products online in a non-sleazy way opens so many doors to success on your own terms.
I’m always happy when we get to the second half of day two and get to put our still life skills into practice. In every day life, most of us feel the push towards selling, promoting and building in our careers — rarely do we get the opportunity to just be creative for creativity’s sake. Our still life activity is that chance — creativity is a muscle that needs to be exercised like everything else!
With the right tools and the mindset, it’s possible to carve out a career you love.
We design a custom-branded tote for each class and this time, our attendees received greeting cards from Love Ideas Ink, branded colored pencils and mugs by Brand Me, Fizzy Bunting confetti, adorable tattoo transfers from Pepper Ink, Violent Maiden eyeshadows, Crown and Glory sparkly ears and Reeta Krishna’s awesome WordPress for Beginners book.
Just look at this gorgeous group! Smiles for days!
If you’d like to join us in-person (and get tons of personal feedback), please check out our upcoming dates here. If learning from the comfort of home is more your style, our full workshop is now available online. Woohoo!