Blogging Mentor Award


Sue a fellow Aussie Blogger from Blogging Sueblimely has created a new award and I will let her explain it in her words –

I have gained so much more knowledge of blogging than I could possibly have learned just by researching the subject. This is all due to the help, support and encouragement I have received from other bloggers. I have therefore created the Blogging Mentor Award to recognize and thank those who help us on our path to blogging, be it encouraging and helping us to start blogging or helping us to be the best we can, once we have started.

Unlike most awards, it is not necessary to have received it yourself to be able to pass it on to others. It is free for anyone to use; anyone who wishes to say thank you to their own blog mentors. All that I ask is that you include a mention and link to my Blog Mentor Page. This way I can compile lists of those who have been generous enough to give the award and those who have received it, giving them recognition myself by some backlinks

There are two formats to choose from – the graphic or the button:

Telemachus and Mentor

What prompted me to create the award was reading that January is National Mentoring Month.in the USA. This is an initiative spearheaded by the Harvard Mentoring Project of the Harvard School of Public Health, with the aim of recruiting volunteer mentors to help young people achieve their full potential. The US ‘Thank Your Mentor Day™’ is dedicated to thanking or honoring individuals who have guided us and had a lasting impact on our lives.

Although the Blogging Mentor award is not restricted for use in January’s Mentoring Month, ‘Thank your Mentor Day‘ may be a particularly good time to use it. The date for 2008 is 24th January.

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I thought that I would pass this onto people who have been regular readers and contributors to this blog through their comments and who have helped me on my journey. Back in the early days when my only reader was me I didn’t realise how important other people would become. Slowly there began to be the odd comment here and there and the people below were those who really encouraged me to keep writing. So whether you may think so or not, you have all been my mentors. I have learnt by your comments and by my visits to your blogs. You have offered encouragement when I needed it, advice when I asked for it and it is through the generosity of your time that I have kept this blog going.

So folks please accept this and proudly display the badge as my way of thanking you for the past year.

Amber
Beth
Blur
Bobby
Dan
Dorothy
Finn
Greg
Gypsy
Jeff
Jod{i}
Josie – Josie I know you’re still incognito but you do deserve this award.
Mel
Nick
Paisley
Pen
Peter
Rod
Steph

Blogging Mentor Award


Sue a fellow Aussie Blogger from Blogging Sueblimely has created a new award and I will let her explain it in her words –

I have gained so much more knowledge of blogging than I could possibly have learned just by researching the subject. This is all due to the help, support and encouragement I have received from other bloggers. I have therefore created the Blogging Mentor Award to recognize and thank those who help us on our path to blogging, be it encouraging and helping us to start blogging or helping us to be the best we can, once we have started.

Unlike most awards, it is not necessary to have received it yourself to be able to pass it on to others. It is free for anyone to use; anyone who wishes to say thank you to their own blog mentors. All that I ask is that you include a mention and link to my Blog Mentor Page. This way I can compile lists of those who have been generous enough to give the award and those who have received it, giving them recognition myself by some backlinks

There are two formats to choose from – the graphic or the button:

Telemachus and Mentor

What prompted me to create the award was reading that January is National Mentoring Month.in the USA. This is an initiative spearheaded by the Harvard Mentoring Project of the Harvard School of Public Health, with the aim of recruiting volunteer mentors to help young people achieve their full potential. The US ‘Thank Your Mentor Day™’ is dedicated to thanking or honoring individuals who have guided us and had a lasting impact on our lives.

Although the Blogging Mentor award is not restricted for use in January’s Mentoring Month, ‘Thank your Mentor Day‘ may be a particularly good time to use it. The date for 2008 is 24th January.

***********************************************************
I thought that I would pass this onto people who have been regular readers and contributors to this blog through their comments and who have helped me on my journey. Back in the early days when my only reader was me I didn’t realise how important other people would become. Slowly there began to be the odd comment here and there and the people below were those who really encouraged me to keep writing. So whether you may think so or not, you have all been my mentors. I have learnt by your comments and by my visits to your blogs. You have offered encouragement when I needed it, advice when I asked for it and it is through the generosity of your time that I have kept this blog going.

So folks please accept this and proudly display the badge as my way of thanking you for the past year.

Amber
Beth
Blur
Bobby
Dan
Dorothy
Finn
Greg
Gypsy
Jeff
Jod{i}
Josie – Josie I know you’re still incognito but you do deserve this award.
Mel
Nick
Paisley
Pen
Peter
Rod
Steph

Blogging Mentor Award


Sue a fellow Aussie Blogger from Blogging Sueblimely has created a new award and I will let her explain it in her words –

I have gained so much more knowledge of blogging than I could possibly have learned just by researching the subject. This is all due to the help, support and encouragement I have received from other bloggers. I have therefore created the Blogging Mentor Award to recognize and thank those who help us on our path to blogging, be it encouraging and helping us to start blogging or helping us to be the best we can, once we have started.

Unlike most awards, it is not necessary to have received it yourself to be able to pass it on to others. It is free for anyone to use; anyone who wishes to say thank you to their own blog mentors. All that I ask is that you include a mention and link to my Blog Mentor Page. This way I can compile lists of those who have been generous enough to give the award and those who have received it, giving them recognition myself by some backlinks

There are two formats to choose from – the graphic or the button:

Telemachus and Mentor

What prompted me to create the award was reading that January is National Mentoring Month.in the USA. This is an initiative spearheaded by the Harvard Mentoring Project of the Harvard School of Public Health, with the aim of recruiting volunteer mentors to help young people achieve their full potential. The US ‘Thank Your Mentor Day™’ is dedicated to thanking or honoring individuals who have guided us and had a lasting impact on our lives.

Although the Blogging Mentor award is not restricted for use in January’s Mentoring Month, ‘Thank your Mentor Day‘ may be a particularly good time to use it. The date for 2008 is 24th January.

***********************************************************
I thought that I would pass this onto people who have been regular readers and contributors to this blog through their comments and who have helped me on my journey. Back in the early days when my only reader was me I didn’t realise how important other people would become. Slowly there began to be the odd comment here and there and the people below were those who really encouraged me to keep writing. So whether you may think so or not, you have all been my mentors. I have learnt by your comments and by my visits to your blogs. You have offered encouragement when I needed it, advice when I asked for it and it is through the generosity of your time that I have kept this blog going.

So folks please accept this and proudly display the badge as my way of thanking you for the past year.

Amber
Beth
Blur
Bobby
Dan
Dorothy
Finn
Greg
Gypsy
Jeff
Jod{i}
Josie – Josie I know you’re still incognito but you do deserve this award.
Mel
Nick
Paisley
Pen
Peter
Rod
Steph

Best in the country


I have spent a couple of days in Sydney where I attended the Basketball Australia Hall of Fame dinner and was pleased to accept an award on behalf of Knox Basketball as Association of the Year in the large category [more than 2,500 members]. This is the highest accolade we can be given and is an addition to the Basketball Victoria award we received earlier in the year as the State Association of the Year. The photo is of me, our Chairman, two of my work colleagues and Emma Randall and Hollie Grima who not only play for us but who were also members of the Australian Opals team that won the 2006 World Championship in Brazil.

Best in the country


I have spent a couple of days in Sydney where I attended the Basketball Australia Hall of Fame dinner and was pleased to accept an award on behalf of Knox Basketball as Association of the Year in the large category [more than 2,500 members]. This is the highest accolade we can be given and is an addition to the Basketball Victoria award we received earlier in the year as the State Association of the Year. The photo is of me, our Chairman, two of my work colleagues and Emma Randall and Hollie Grima who not only play for us but who were also members of the Australian Opals team that won the 2006 World Championship in Brazil.

Best in the country


I have spent a couple of days in Sydney where I attended the Basketball Australia Hall of Fame dinner and was pleased to accept an award on behalf of Knox Basketball as Association of the Year in the large category [more than 2,500 members]. This is the highest accolade we can be given and is an addition to the Basketball Victoria award we received earlier in the year as the State Association of the Year. The photo is of me, our Chairman, two of my work colleagues and Emma Randall and Hollie Grima who not only play for us but who were also members of the Australian Opals team that won the 2006 World Championship in Brazil.