In April during the busiest part of my spring travel season, I received an email from Feedspot."I would like to personally congratulate you," the email began, "Your blog at Red Apple Auctions has been selected by our panelists as one of the Top 25 Auction Blogs on the web."Woohoo! The Red Apple Auctions blog landed at #15 on the best auction bloggers list. It's nice to be recognized for something that takes some time to produce.When I looked at their list, I noticed that most
School auctions are typically noisy, rambunctious affairs. The parents know each other. Many are close friends because of their children's ties. And because they socialize together outside of school, the auction itself is just another party. I love school auctions, but they can be demanding on an auctioneer. School auctions are like house parties, giving parents -- especially younger parents (K-8) -- the opportunity to leave the kids for a night. And. Those. Parents. Party! Whereas nonprofit
Are you overwhelmed with a life transition? Are you undergoing your own personal transformation? I've done a lot of that in my own life. Though I'm hardly an expert in the subject, I have learned that it requires a lot of internal fortitude, self-confidence, and a darn near total disregard for what anyone else thinks or says about you. None of that is easy. That's why I think it's fabulous that Joyce Buford, a life coach in Tyler, TX, has a weekly live radio show focused on this subject.
If you're auction chair needing an inspirational lift, this might help.I've undergone a lot of self-imposed personal transformation in my life. Though I'm hardly an expert in the subject, I've found it requires a lot of internal fortitude, self-confidence, and a darn near total disregard for what anyone else thinks or says about you to make changes.None of that is easy.That's why I think it's fabulous that Joyce Buford, a life coach in Tyler, TX, has a weekly live radio show focused