Today is day 4 of Partnership to Success we are speaking about adding original content to our post, as well as how many words constitute a good size blog post.

This is getting exciting because I am a little bit behind in my course by one day I know that tomorrow is the last day of learning about how to write blog posts. I am grateful for all the insight he has given us when it comes to blogging.

I am looking forward to moving on to something else in Partnership to Success. I know the foundations need to be set which is why I am willing to wait. But I must say I am a naturally impatient person, and this is killing me that I can't jump ahead. Besides tomorrows lesson is very important because it is speaking about legal compliance.

I must admit I know practically nothing about internet law and how websites are to comply legally.

Today John showed us how he writes a blog and adding images to the post. It was short and to the point which is good for such an impatient person like myself.

I must say I know this is doing me the world of good not being able to jump ahead and do my own thing. I sometimes think I am my own worst enemy. It is almost like John knew me and designed the course just for me (or at least people like me) who jump ahead and miss vital information along the way.

It is really good that Partnership to Success is done the way it is because I know I would be lost and overwhelmed by the sheer volume of videos I will be learning from.

Something I am discovering about Partnership to Success is that John takes you by the hand and guides you through the process from A -Z. This is just what I need to keep me on track and not get distracted by all the thing on the internet.

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