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Exposed: When Blogging Gets Too Personal

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Session: Exposed: When Blogging Gets Too Personal
Speaker: Anissa Mayhew

“EXPOSED”

The panel I’m participating in is obviously about pole dancers.

It should be great.

The end.

In all reality it gets a little intimidating when you’re part of a conference that boasts a line-up like Darren Rowse (@Problogger), Chris Brogan (@ChrisBrogran) and Lisa Stone (@LisaStone).

You may be thinking to yourself “WHAT CAN I BRING TO THE TABLE WHEN POWERHOUSES LIKE THESE ARE PRESENT?”

As a fellow presenter, an attendee and potential learner THESE people should be wondering what THEY can contribute to YOUR life to make it better.

Don’t be intimated by a person who obviously has better “numbers” than you.

They didn’t start with those statistics.

Don’t compare yourself to the “success” someone else has.

You don’t know what issue you may be dealing with that they have no hopes of handling.

I love to meet someone who considers them self “a big deal”.

As the mom of a cancer-survivor, three-time stroke survivor, a person who learned to type with her left hand so she could write this post I get to tell everyone that THEY ARE A BIG DEAL.

Part of what I’ll be talking about with Erin Koteki Vest (@QueenOfSpain) & Cecily Kellogg (@CecilyK) will be how we took issues that could have affected anyone and made the choice (hard as it can be) to make it public.

I hope that if you can, you’ll make time to be at our panel 3:00 PM to 3:45 PM – Fri. Nov. 4th “Exposed: When Blogging Gets Too Personal”

FYI, I have 45.000 less twitter followers than Cecily and 12,000 less than Erin.

Guess what? They still like me.

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  • BlogWorld Expo

    We are honored to have you speaking and attending this year Annisa. Thank you for coming and for a great post.

  • coffee with julie

    Like you? We LOVE you! 

  • Lara Kulpa

    So thrilled you’ll be there and speaking, Anissa! Was great meeting you at BlogHer, and I’m really glad you’ll be there at BWELA! 🙂

  • Anonymous

    The advice “Don’t be intimated by a person who obviously has better “numbers” than you.They didn’t start with those statistics.Don’t compare yourself to the “success” someone else has.You don’t know what issue you may be dealing with that they have no hopes of handling.I love to meet someone who considers them self “a big deal”. True about everything!

  • Anne Parris

    Yeah, you’re pretty cool. Thanks for hanging out with us at BBCATL. 

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