Pollyanna Lenkic

Pollyanna is a coach, mentor, facilitator and speaker who works with leading organisations. Her purpose and passion is in helping individuals and teams to thrive, to create sustainable results aligned with their goals, and the goals and strategy of their organisation.

With a strong business background, Pollyanna understands results need to be realised and measured. At 24, she co-founded a specialist IT consultancy in London, which grew from humble beginnings to a permanent team of 18 with 100+ consultants and an annual turnover of £11 million. Today, Pollyanna’s focus is on building sustainable high performing teams, lifting employee engagement and developing people potential. Pollyanna’s structured approach delivers an uplift of 25% in team performance. She lives in Australia with her family.

School For Mothers: Who are the members of your family? 

Ella (15) and Niamh (13)

How do you describe what you do?

I believe that we all have the right to live a healthy and fulfilled life  and we can’t do this if we load ourselves down in an endless cycle of doing everything ourselves.  This drives the work I do.

How I do this is by working with individuals, groups and teams to build Self Leadership, develop the skills, capabilities and practices so that they are Leaders who Create Leaders, as opposed to Leaders who do everything themselves.

My three key areas of expertise are:

  • Leadership Development
  • Building Sustainable High Performing Teams
  • Women and Success mentoring programs

While writing “Women & Success: Redefining what Matters Most at Home, at Work and at Play” you got up at 4.30am to write, what was your thinking behind this decision?

“Get it done”

Any task that is meaningful also comes with the routine of work to get done.  This requires the setting of goals, backed up with clarity on what is needed to do.  Then chunked down to specifics with locked in accountability was the only way to get it done.  Working back from the ‘book printed in my hand’ date, we (my Editor and I) worked out the deliverables.  Then it was simply delivering to this timeline.

I knew I had to get 7,000 words per week to my editor,  1,000 words a day. The editing times were locked in, as were all the other logistics of the book (cover, design, printing etc.) Whilst I’m a morning person, 4.30am is much earlier than I would usually choose.  I had to be up before I had any chance of waking Niamh (our youngest), who would bounce out of bed with glee saying ‘yay homework club my mummy’. Which meant I would get nothing done, we would have some lovely early morning time together and then I’d have a grumpy and tired child and no words written.

What was the Women’s Success Survey, and what were your main findings?

When I sold my share of the company I had built I felt a deep void.  To the outside world I looked successful, I had the usual external trappings of success and yet I felt adrift.  My personal life had imploded, I made a values based decision to sell my shares, leave the job I loved and had been doing for 10 years, and sell my home with plans to return to Australia.  It was a lot to manage, mixed in with the emotional load of a marriage ending.

I got intensely curious about how I felt; overwhelmed, and far from successful.  I also got intensely curious about how other women felt about success.  How did they define themselves through this lens?

The timing was great for this exploration, I had started my coach training with the Coaches Training Institute which enabled me to explore this deeper.  I started having conversations with women in my life, and broader.  My curiosity deepened with each conversation.  The survey was a natural extension of this and the results were released in 2006.

Some survey highlights were:

  • 91.3% of respondents said they felt successful
  • Women considered multiple factors to be vital in achieving success for themselves and the organisation
  • Women were overwhelmingly seeking rewarding work
  • Work/life balance and job satisfaction were rated more highly as goals than financial reward
  • 41% of women considered a flexible working environment to be one of the three key drivers of personal and organisational achievement

The key thing that stood out for me was that what women were wanting was inherently human needs, to give back, and to make a difference.  It’s important to women to achieve this.

The difference is that as women we navigate a different terrain than men, we have to push through inequality and challenges that men do not have to.  I look forward to a world where women don’t have to have specific strategies to manage and navigate these challenges. The energy and effort it takes to do so could be utilised so much more productively for women and the organisations that they work for.  This contributes significantly to the amount of highly talented women who leave the corporate world to focus their careers in environments where they can add value and feel valued or by starting their own businesses.   Organisations are missing out with this migration. Consumers are noticing and actively looking at the ratio of women in C-Suite positions as a factor of whether to invest or buy products.

In what ways are you on a crusade about gender equality?

By educating leaders and businesses of the biases that exist, the disadvantage they face by losing the talents of over half of the population. Organisations that embrace diversity in all forms perform better. Having a balanced workforce provides a stronger bottom line, creates more innovative solutions and enables both men and women to live a rich and fulfilled life.

How do you see women’s issues as distinct to human issues?

We have fallen into a spiral of belief around fundamentally human issues that are labelled as women’s issues. I’m frustrated with messages that are ingrained about women that flood our culture professionally and in the media.  This often results in women and men behaving as if these beliefs are true. It’s time for fresh thinking on the topic of women work and leadership. It’s time we changed the landscape.

It’s time to move from Surviving to Thriving in our lives holistically.  A shift in mind-set and checking in on the beliefs that we accept as true could be a valuable exercise to invest in.

When we allow human issues to be labelled as Women’s issues we devalue the contribution women make.   Issues such as:

  • Limiting Beliefs
  • Self Sabotage
  • Imposter Syndrome
  • Perfectionism
  • Invisible Syndrome
  • Queen Bee – this is one of my personal favourites. This is a personality issue and a demonstration of poor leadership.

All of the above are human issues not women’s issues however research has typically focused on these very human issues as women’s deficits.  And we have been buying into it! Think about the behaviours that result when we believe this to be true? Think about the behaviours towards women in Leadership roles when others believe this to be true?

What do you think about the ways women are positioned as problems to be fixed?

Fix solve and save is a trap that we can all fall into regardless of gender, again very human.  In professional environments and in life we are trained to solve, therefore this is compounded. I have to breathe deeply when I observe the attitude or ‘fixing women’.

We need to Create Awareness from the three lens of:

Self: what’s my part in this?

Other: How do I educate others and share a new perspective?

Environment: How do we step into our Leadership and course correct when labelling and fixing occurs?

Seeing ourselves as ‘Creative, Resourceful and Whole’ a key coaching foundation is an important mantra to anchor to.  If we are grounded here, the belief is that nothing is broken and nothing needs to be fixed. This is a healthier place to create from.

The language we use is also important. How to say it for Women written by Phyliss Mindell is an excellent resource for both women and men.  In her book Mindell talks about the overuse of ‘I’ messages, and this is a simple strategy to use that has a significant impact.

How do we change the landscape of what is attributed to women’s issues and why?

It’s time to change the landscape is a phrase I use regularly in my work, and is the title of my keynote.  The time is well overdue for us to disentangle what is attributed as ‘Women’s issues’.  This will free up our thinking, focus our efforts with more clarity around the key issues that women face due to the inequality of our workplaces.

  • Australia’s gender pay gap is rising not falling and currently sits at 18.8% according to the EOWA
  • The British gender pay gap sits at 13.9% 
  • The projected dates around the globe of up to 170 years before the pay gap is closed.  More needs to be done to bring this back to a more immediate timeframe.
  • Information on global pay gaps can be found at The Global Gender Pay Gap Report 

What’s your take on Imposter Syndrome?

Imposter syndrome is a very human issue, one that can be faced at different stages in life and career. It can be a mild intrusion on our lives and what we achieve can be the seeds of severe anxiety capping potential and negatively impacting both physical and mental health and wellbeing. Most of the research into imposter syndrome has been conducted with groups of women, typically in the age from 30+ that feeds the narrative that women are someone more disposed to this very human affliction.

Having coached both women and men across different sectors and life stages in the past 17 years, as many men as women encounter this as a barrier. Getting support, and having strategies to manage this and ourselves is important. It helps to distinguish imposter syndrome from fear, and the reality of the situation. It also normalises this resulting in the person feeling less isolated or feeling like there is something wrong with them.

You say “For every Queen Bee there’s a King Bruce” tell us about how this works.

Queen Bee is a narrative that has been embedded into our culture; the mean girl!  It’s a set of behaviours attributed to women, which of course, is not exclusive to women.  By feeding this narrative both unconsciously and consciously we create a bias, resulting in behaviours and outcomes that are not justified. It creates prejudice and limits potential.

What is the Invisible Syndrome?

Being seen and heard is a fundamental human need.  Invisible syndrome is the definition that is attributed when people feel the impact of not feeling seen or heard.  Research on invisible syndrome again can often be focused on women focusing on ageing women. The invisible women’s syndrome is often how it is phrased again feeding the narrative of value, youth and a limited view of beauty.

It is also focused on the elderly who can feel isolated and lonely.  When people are feeling the impact of this it’s real for them, they are not contributing because they do not feel like their contributions are valued.  Supporting people who are having this experience is incredibly important.

It’s a very human condition that we can also influence ourselves by how we conduct our lives. Borrowing from Stephen Covey’s circles of influence (a great tool), we can identify what’s out of our control, and what’s in our sphere of influence and in our control. This is a very valuable exercise to do and can create some momentum to moving forward.

What unity do you see between the genders?

I see both unity and a lack of unity between genders.  Unity will come when we consciously design our lives so that together we have fulfilled and meaningful lives.  This starts in our own relationships in how we model behaviours and educate our children or the young people we have influence with.

Alignment about how we want to live, how we want to be involved in our families lives whether this involves parenting our own children, or the children that are in our lives through relationship or extended family. Modelling this unity is a great place to start – “Be the change you want to see” by Ghandi is a powerful quote to live by.

How do we restore confidence in women and men?

By opening up authentic conversations and alignment through shared challenges and understanding the challenges we each face. It’s so easy to sit in the place of “no one gets my struggle” yet this puts blinkers on us and shuts down any effective dialogue.

Confidence is overrated, as is not feeling fear.  Some of the best achievements,and biggest mountains conquered were done in a state of lack of confidence. It’s a bit like waiting for motivation before you exercise.  No, just have your routine set, trainers and running gear ready to go, lock in accountability (run with a friend) and the motivation will come later.

I see confidence like this, if we wait to build confidence first we would never achieve anything.  Create a structure, lock in accountability and invest in lifting your skills and capability. Then as the famous “philosopher” Kevin Costner said (in a Field of Dreams) ‘Build it and they will come’. Build the structure, get out there and do the thing you want to do or a part of it and confidence will come!

What are your thoughts on the need for women to use powerful language and gestures?

The wonder woman pose coined by Social Psychologist Amy Cuddy comes to mind and that’s a useful hack. Her TED talk is worth watching.

Michael a client I coached years ago was struggling to get a word in at senior leadership meetings he attended weekly.  We worked with his posture, anchored some positive emotions to the gestures that began with him subtly adjusting his posture.  It proved to be very effective. This was 15 years ago, and he still uses it when needed.

Powerful language that talks to the situation and removes the ‘I’ focus is very powerful.  We can tend to overuse ‘I’ messages, I think, I feel, I believe are phrases that many communication experts recommend.  The thing to be mindful of is that whilst this can serve well in personal relationships it can weaken language and impact in professional environments.

The most important foundation is to stay authentically to who you are because once we stray from who we are it all falls flat.

What’s your hunch about the percentage of high achieving women leaving corporate roles due to chronic fatigue? 

This is an area where women are impacted more than men due to typically taking on more of the child rearing responsibilities and home duties than men.  This creates a cycle of exhaustion, guilt and feeling of not doing anything ‘well enough’.  A study from the university of Kansas (focusing on journalism) showed that women are burning out faster than men. This is something I witness in the work I do; unrealistic expectations, the additional stress of feeling that they need to work harder and prove themselves adds to this. Real work needs to be done shifting the cultures of organisations highlighting the bias that exists. Looking after ourselves, our wellbeing and setting firm boundaries is key. We can back ourselves and do a lot of self-care, however, we also need organisations that we work for to do the same.

What historic conditioning do you see mothers buying into still?

Historic conditioning is part of our DNA and the key is to catch it as it happens.  Some conditioning includes:

  • Be a good girl – the emphasis and identity centres on youth and beauty
  • Nurturing roles as uniquely female trait; gentleness, quietness and disapproval that comes when this is not adhered to.  There is a terrific video (watch it here) that shows how simple it is to break gender conditioning produced called Re Draw the balance that shows a teacher asking children to draw a fire fighter, a surgeon and other professional roles. Only 5 were drawn as women with 61 drawn as men. There is a beautiful moment when the camera focuses on one young girl with the look of wonder on her face.

How do you create space in your life?

  • I focus on the basics of health and well-being, I prioritise sleep, eat well and exercise.
  • I’m conscious of how to keep myself well and plan for this.
  • I’m very clear about what I say Yes to and what I say No to.  I use this as a simple formula, if I say Yes to X, what am I saying No to. If I say No to X what am I saying Yes to? This gives me room to breathe, and space to spend time with those I love.  There are times when the balance tips, we all sprint at times, I sprinted to write my book. I had space planned at the end of this. It’s when there is no rest after the sprints that the alarm bells toll and if we don’t heed this we fall over.

You used to skydive, what are the links between this extreme sport and being an entrepreneur? 

What a great question Danusia, I’ve never thought about this link before.  For me skydiving was something I wanted to try, you know tick if off the list.  I did my first jump and it scared the pants off me. I wanted to get beyond the sheer terror of it and get to a point where I could do a back flip out of the plane inspired by the Patrick Swayze film Point Break when he did just that.  I wanted to be able to function when experiencing fear.

This theme spreads across significant milestones in my life  – Moving out of home when I was 19, leaving for Asia/Europe when I was 21, launching myself into my first start-up when I was 24 and selling my share of this when I was 34.

As Susan Scott Jeffers eloquently expressed in her book title – Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway, I felt the fear and did it anyway. The links on reflection are:

  • I launched in without knowing the outcome
  • Sought out mentors /teachers to help me
  • Didn’t allow the opinions of others to stop me from chasing my goals
  • Focus: when you skydive 100% focus is required. There was a saying in the sport, “if at first you don’t succeed skydiving is not for you”.  When it comes to mistakes its an unforgiving sport.  I had a laser like focus when I worked, some of this was due to the usual human conditions and reactions to not wanting to fail, with a bit of proving myself thrown in (I was often 10 years younger than my clients who were mostly male) and some of it was down to having clear goals that I was working towards.
  • I was comfortable with uncertainty. Maybe a bit too comfortable! When I arrived in London after 9 months travelling around Europe via Asia, (I had cashed in my return ticket), I arrived in the UK with 40 pounds in my pocket. I didn’t know anyone and just got on with it. Within 24 hours I had a job, some new friends and created a life which ended up being 17 wonderful years in London, a fabulous city to grow in.

When I decided to sell my shares in the company I had helped to grow, I again had to jump into the abyss of the unknown.  I dived into a change bomb removing all the security I had surrounded myself in, work and my Company which linked to my identity and the end of a marriage.  It was a lot to move away from in one hit and again, none of it was easy. However I got through it.  I have always held a belief that no matter what happens in my life I’d deal with it, this has been with me for as long as I can remember.  I come from a long line of strong women.

How do you relate to the pressures on women to look younger than their age?

So many women feel under pressure to adhere to an image of youth, it’s a tough one to unpack in a short conversation.   It feels like it’s getting worse and starting younger than I remember, or is this just because I’m older and I notice it more.  The choices we make as a result of these pressures are up to us and us alone.  Whether or not we buy into it is not always easy when the norm is a culture of look younger.

One of my female clients (works at senior C –Suite level) talked about the pressure she felt and the link to career success or not. She remarked ‘you don’t see many grey haired women here’ referring to the pressure she felt there was to look younger (colouring her hair, botox etc.).  I make choices for my life based on what’s right for me from a holistic point of view.  I think its important for all women to make choices based on what is best for them, and this won’t be the same for all women.

What would you like to see happen in the next five years in the diversity and inclusion space?

I would like to see more tolerance and understanding of how others choose to live and express their lives. I want to see the gender inequality addressed and the pay gap to be as extinct as dinosaurs. To see this a lot earlier than the projected and accepted timeframes of 2058 which will mean that most women working today will not experience equality in pay.

What’s next for you professionally? 

I love the work I do and feel incredibly privileged to be in this industry where I feel I can make a difference.  I will continue to invest in my learning and development, push the boundaries of what I feel is possible and leap into the unknown.

I am excited that I don’t really know what that means. I do know that it will stretch me, challenge me and have me grow.  This is something I see myself doing for as long as possible. What that will be called, or look like, I’m not sure – which is the best part.

And finally, what is the one common denominator between mothers? (beyond children).

We have the choice of growing into our lives (beyond and during child rearing years) or the choice of losing ourselves.

Women are having diverse experiences beyond children, some feel lost and without purpose, some feel free to pursue their lives in a way they may not have felt possible before, and others continue to live and grow throughout the journey and cycle of motherhood.

Click on the links below to connect with Pollyanna on social media



175 thoughts on “Pollyanna Lenkic

  1. Heya superb blog! Does running a blog like this require a lot of work?
    I have absolutely no knowledge of coding however I had been hoping to start my own blog soon.
    Anyways, should you have any suggestions or techniques for new blog owners please share.
    I know this is off topic however I just needed to ask.
    Appreciate it!

  2. Wonderful beat ! I would like to apprentice whilst you amend your site,
    how can i subscribe for a weblog site? The account aided me a applicable deal.

    I were a little bit acquainted of this your broadcast offered vivid transparent concept

  3. You’ve made some decent points there. I checked on the net to learn more about the issue and found most individuals will go along with your views on this web site.

  4. Howdy, i read your blog from time to time and i own a
    similar one and i was just wondering if you get a lot of
    spam comments? If so how do you reduce it, any plugin or anything you
    can recommend? I get so much lately it’s driving me crazy so any
    help is very much appreciated.

  5. Its like you read my mind! You appear to know a
    lot about this, like you wrote the book in it or something.
    I think that you can do with some pics to drive the message
    home a little bit, but other than that, this is magnificent blog.

    A great read. I’ll certainly be back.

  6. It’s enormous that you are getting ideas from this piece
    of writing as well as from our argument made here.

  7. I was curious if you ever considered changing the layout of your site?

    Its very well written; I love what youve got to say. But maybe you could a
    little more in the way of content so people could connect with
    it better. Youve got an awful lot of text for only having 1 or two images.
    Maybe you could space it out better?

  8. Hello. Very interesting article but it’s hard to find schoolformothers.com in search results.
    You are out of google’s top ten, so you can’t expect big traffic.
    You need hi quality backlinks to rank in serps. And you can get them for free, just search in google:
    fasrixo’s tools

  9. Nice post. I learn something totally new and challenging on sites I
    stumbleupon on a daily basis. It’s always exciting to read
    content from other writers and use something from other websites.

  10. Wonderful items from you, man. I have remember your stuff previous to
    and you’re simply too wonderful. I really like what
    you’ve obtained here, certainly like what you’re saying and the way in which you are saying
    it. You’re making it entertaining and you continue to take care of to keep it sensible.

    I can not wait to learn far more from you.
    That is really a great web site.

  11. An impressive share! I’ve just forwarded this onto a colleague who has
    been doing a little homework on this. And he actually ordered me
    dinner because I found it for him… lol. So allow me to reword this….
    Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending some time to discuss this matter here on your web page.

  12. Excellent blog you have here but I was wanting to know if you knew of any
    message boards that cover the same topics discussed here?
    I’d really love to be a part of community where I can get feed-back from other experienced
    individuals that share the same interest. If you have any recommendations, please
    let me know. Appreciate it!

  13. Hey just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The words in your content seem to be
    running off the screen in Safari. I’m not sure if
    this is a format issue or something to do with
    internet browser compatibility but I thought I’d post to let you know.
    The style and design look great though! Hope you get the issue resolved soon. Many thanks

  14. I don’t even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was great.
    I do not know who you are but definitely you’re going to a famous blogger if you aren’t already ;
    ) Cheers!

  15. My programmer is trying to persuade me to move to .net from PHP.
    I have always disliked the idea because of the expenses.
    But he’s tryiong none the less. I’ve been using WordPress
    on a number of websites for about a year and am concerned about switching to another platform.
    I have heard excellent things about blogengine.net.
    Is there a way I can import all my wordpress content into it?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  16. Generally I don’t learn post on blogs, but I wish
    to say that this write-up very pressured me to try and do it!
    Your writing taste has been amazed me. Thanks, quite great

  17. Howdy! This is kind of off topic but I need some
    help from an established blog. Is it very hard to set
    up your own blog? I’m not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty quick.
    I’m thinking about making my own but I’m not sure where to start.

    Do you have any points or suggestions? Cheers

  18. Can I just say what a comfort to discover somebody who really knows what they are discussing on the internet. You certainly realize how to bring a problem to light and make it important. More and more people have to look at this and understand this side of your story. I was surprised you aren’t more popular because you definitely possess the gift.

  19. Have you ever considered creating an ebook or guest authoring on other blogs? I have a blog based on the same information you discuss and would love to have you share some stories/information. I know my visitors would appreciate your work. If you’re even remotely interested, feel free to send me an e mail.

  20. Greetings from Ohio! I’m bored at work so I decided to browse your blog on my iphone during lunch break. I love the knowledge you present here and can’t wait to take a look when I get home. I’m shocked at how quick your blog loaded on my phone .. I’m not even using WIFI, just 3G .. Anyhow, great site!

  21. Thanx for the effort, keep up the good work Great work, I am going to start a small Blog Engine course work using your site I hope you enjoy blogging with the popular BlogEngine.net.Thethoughts you express are really awesome. Hope you will right some more posts.

  22. The very core of your writing whilst sounding agreeable originally, did not really work very well with me personally after some time. Somewhere throughout the paragraphs you were able to make me a believer unfortunately just for a very short while. I still have got a problem with your leaps in assumptions and you would do nicely to help fill in all those breaks. In the event you can accomplish that, I could undoubtedly be amazed.

  23. Thanks a lot for sharing this with all folks you really understand what you are speaking approximately! Bookmarked. Please also talk over with my web site =). We will have a link trade arrangement among us!

  24. Hi are using WordPress for your site platform? I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get started and set up my own. Do you need any html coding knowledge to make your own blog? Any help would be really appreciated!

  25. Do you have a spam problem on this site; I also am a blogger, and I was wanting to know your situation; many of us have developed some nice methods and we are looking to swap techniques with others, why not shoot me an email if interested.

  26. Appreciating the hard work you put into your site and detailed information you provide. It’s great to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same out of date rehashed information. Wonderful read! I’ve saved your site and I’m including your RSS feeds to my Google account.

  27. Hello, i read your blog from time to time and i own a similar one and i was just curious if you get a lot of spam feedback? If so how do you protect against it, any plugin or anything you can suggest? I get so much lately it’s driving me crazy so any assistance is very much appreciated.

  28. hello there and thank you for your information – I have definitely picked up anything new from right here. I did however expertise a few technical points using this site, as I experienced to reload the site lots of times previous to I could get it to load correctly. I had been wondering if your hosting is OK? Not that I am complaining, but slow loading instances times will very frequently affect your placement in google and could damage your high-quality score if ads and marketing with Adwords. Well I’m adding this RSS to my e-mail and could look out for a lot more of your respective interesting content. Make sure you update this again soon..

  29. Hiya, I am really glad I’ve found this information. Nowadays bloggers publish only about gossips and web and this is actually irritating. A good blog with interesting content, that’s what I need. Thank you for keeping this web-site, I’ll be visiting it. Do you do newsletters? Can’t find it.

  30. Thanks so much for giving everyone an extremely brilliant possiblity to check tips from this website. It is always so excellent plus packed with fun for me and my office peers to visit the blog at minimum 3 times in one week to learn the new issues you have. And of course, I am just usually impressed for the extraordinary hints you give. Some 1 tips on this page are without a doubt the most impressive I’ve ever had.

  31. I’ll right away take hold of your rss feed as I can’t find your email subscription hyperlink or newsletter service. Do you’ve any? Please let me recognize in order that I may subscribe. Thanks.

  32. Great post. I was checking constantly this blog and I’m inspired! Extremely useful info specially the closing part 🙂 I handle such info a lot. I was looking for this certain information for a very long time. Thank you and good luck.

  33. You actually make it seem really easy with your presentation however I to find this matter to be really something which I believe I’d by no means understand. It kind of feels too complicated and extremely broad for me. I am taking a look forward for your subsequent put up, I?¦ll attempt to get the cling of it!

  34. I was suggested this blog through my cousin. I am not positive whether this publish is written by way of him as no one else realize such certain approximately my problem. You’re amazing! Thanks!

  35. I keep listening to the rumor talk about getting free online grant applications so I have been looking around for the most excellent site to get one. Could you advise me please, where could i find some?

  36. Hello very cool site!! Man .. Excellent .. Wonderful .. I’ll bookmark your blog and take the feeds also…I’m glad to search out so many useful information here within the submit, we need work out more strategies on this regard, thanks for sharing.

  37. Please let me know if you’re looking for a writer for your weblog. You have some really good posts and I believe I would be a good asset. If you ever want to take some of the load off, I’d absolutely love to write some material for your blog in exchange for a link back to mine. Please send me an email if interested. Many thanks!

  38. Im not positive where you are getting your info, but great topic. I must spend some time finding out much more or understanding more. Thank you for wonderful information I used to be in search of this information for my mission.

  39. Thank you for sharing superb informations. Your web-site is so cool. I am impressed by the details that you have on this website. It reveals how nicely you perceive this subject. Bookmarked this web page, will come back for more articles. You, my pal, ROCK! I found just the information I already searched all over the place and simply couldn’t come across. What a great web-site.

  40. I really like your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did you make this website yourself or did you hire someone to do it for you? Plz respond as I’m looking to design my own blog and would like to find out where u got this from. cheers

  41. I carry on listening to the news update talk about getting free online grant applications so I have been looking around for the most excellent site to get one. Could you advise me please, where could i find some?

  42. Thank you for sharing excellent informations. Your site is very cool. I am impressed by the details that you?¦ve on this website. It reveals how nicely you perceive this subject. Bookmarked this web page, will come back for more articles. You, my friend, ROCK! I found just the info I already searched everywhere and simply could not come across. What an ideal web site.

  43. Thank you, I have just been looking for info about this subject for ages and yours is the best I’ve discovered so far. But, what about the conclusion? Are you sure about the source?

  44. hello!,I really like your writing very so much! percentage we communicate more about your post on AOL? I require an expert on this house to unravel my problem. Maybe that is you! Looking forward to look you.

  45. Hi are using WordPress for your blog platform? I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get started and create my own. Do you require any coding knowledge to make your own blog? Any help would be really appreciated!

  46. I enjoy, cause I found just what I was taking a look for. You’ve ended my four day lengthy hunt! God Bless you man. Have a nice day. Bye

  47. I’ve been browsing online more than 3 hours these days, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. It’s lovely price enough for me. In my opinion, if all site owners and bloggers made just right content as you did, the net might be much more useful than ever before.

  48. What¦s Taking place i’m new to this, I stumbled upon this I’ve discovered It positively useful and it has helped me out loads. I hope to contribute & assist other users like its helped me. Great job.

  49. Hello, Neat post. There is an issue with your website in internet explorer, may test thisK IE nonetheless is the market chief and a huge component to other people will miss your fantastic writing because of this problem.

  50. I have been browsing on-line more than 3 hours as of late, but I never found any attention-grabbing article like yours. It?¦s beautiful value enough for me. Personally, if all site owners and bloggers made excellent content material as you probably did, the web might be much more useful than ever before.

  51. Have you ever thought about creating an e-book or guest authoring on other websites? I have a blog based upon on the same topics you discuss and would really like to have you share some stories/information. I know my viewers would enjoy your work. If you are even remotely interested, feel free to send me an email.

  52. We are a group of volunteers and starting a new scheme in our community. Your site offered us with valuable information to work on. You have done a formidable job and our entire community will be grateful to you.

  53. Hey There. I discovered your weblog using msn. This is a really neatly written article. I will be sure to bookmark it and come back to read extra of your useful information. Thank you for the post. I will certainly comeback.

  54. It is in point of fact a nice and helpful piece of info. I’m happy that you simply shared this useful info with us. Please stay us up to date like this. Thanks for sharing.

  55. It is in point of fact a great and helpful piece of information. I am glad that you just shared this helpful info with us. Please keep us up to date like this. Thanks for sharing.

  56. I’m impressed, I must say. Really hardly ever do I encounter a weblog that’s both educative and entertaining, and let me tell you, you might have hit the nail on the head. Your thought is outstanding; the problem is something that not sufficient individuals are speaking intelligently about. I’m very pleased that I stumbled throughout this in my search for one thing referring to this.

  57. I have been exploring for a little for any high quality articles or blog posts in this kind of house . Exploring in Yahoo I ultimately stumbled upon this web site. Reading this info So i¦m satisfied to express that I’ve an incredibly excellent uncanny feeling I discovered exactly what I needed. I so much certainly will make sure to don¦t omit this web site and give it a look on a continuing basis.

  58. Hi, Neat post. There’s a problem with your site in internet explorer, might check this… IE nonetheless is the marketplace chief and a large section of people will pass over your fantastic writing because of this problem.

  59. I believe this is one of the such a lot important information for me. And i am satisfied studying your article. However want to remark on some general issues, The website style is wonderful, the articles is in reality excellent : D. Good task, cheers

  60. I am often to running a blog and i really respect your content. The article has actually peaks my interest. I’m going to bookmark your site and hold checking for brand spanking new information.

  61. Thank you for the sensible critique. Me & my neighbor were just preparing to do a little research about this. We got a grab a book from our area library but I think I learned more from this post. I am very glad to see such fantastic information being shared freely out there.

  62. I was just looking for this info for some time. After 6 hours of continuous Googleing, at last I got it in your website. I wonder what is the lack of Google strategy that don’t rank this type of informative web sites in top of the list. Normally the top web sites are full of garbage.

  63. Thank you for the sensible critique. Me and my neighbor were just preparing to do some research about this. We got a grab a book from our area library but I think I learned more from this post. I’m very glad to see such wonderful info being shared freely out there.

  64. Howdy would you mind letting me know which web host you’re working with? I’ve loaded your blog in 3 completely different browsers and I must say this blog loads a lot quicker then most. Can you recommend a good web hosting provider at a honest price? Thank you, I appreciate it!

  65. My brother suggested I might like this web site. He was totally right. This post actually made my day. You can not imagine simply how much time I had spent for this information! Thanks!

  66. I’ve been surfing online more than 3 hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. It is pretty worth enough for me. In my view, if all webmasters and bloggers made good content as you did, the web will be a lot more useful than ever before.

  67. Pretty section of content. I just stumbled upon your blog and in accession capital to assert that I get in fact enjoyed account your blog posts. Anyway I’ll be subscribing to your feeds and even I achievement you access consistently quickly.

  68. Excellent weblog here! Also your site lots up fast! What host are you the use of? Can I am getting your associate hyperlink to your host? I desire my site loaded up as fast as yours lol

  69. It is really a great and helpful piece of info. I am glad that you shared this helpful information with us. Please keep us informed like this. Thanks for sharing.

  70. Hello there, simply was aware of your weblog via Google, and found that it is really informative. I’m going to be careful for brussels. I will be grateful in the event you proceed this in future. A lot of other folks will be benefited out of your writing. Cheers!

  71. Pretty nice post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and wanted to say that I’ve truly enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. After all I’ll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again very soon!

  72. wonderful put up, very informative. I wonder why the other experts of this sector don’t understand this. You should proceed your writing. I’m confident, you have a huge readers’ base already!

  73. Hello! This is kind of off topic but I need some help from an established blog. Is it hard to set up your own blog? I’m not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty quick. I’m thinking about creating my own but I’m not sure where to begin. Do you have any points or suggestions? With thanks

  74. Good day I am so glad I found your webpage, I really found you by mistake, while I was browsing on Google for something else, Nonetheless I am here now and would just like to say thanks for a incredible post and a all round interesting blog (I also love the theme/design), I don’t have time to read it all at the moment but I have book-marked it and also included your RSS feeds, so when I have time I will be back to read a great deal more, Please do keep up the superb work.

  75. naturally like your website however you need to test the spelling on quite a few of your posts. A number of them are rife with spelling problems and I in finding it very troublesome to inform the truth however I will definitely come back again.

  76. I am really impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Either way keep up the excellent quality writing, it’s rare to see a nice blog like this one nowadays..

  77. I’ve been surfing online more than three hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. It’s pretty worth enough for me. In my opinion, if all web owners and bloggers made good content as you did, the net will be a lot more useful than ever before.

  78. I’ve been surfing online more than three hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours. It’s pretty worth enough for me. In my view, if all web owners and bloggers made good content as you did, the web will be a lot more useful than ever before.

  79. Its like you read my mind! You appear to know a lot about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you can do with some pics to drive the message home a bit, but instead of that, this is magnificent blog. A great read. I’ll certainly be back.

  80. Thank you so much for providing individuals with a very terrific chance to read from this blog. It’s usually very terrific and also packed with a good time for me and my office friends to search your web site at least thrice a week to read through the new secrets you have got. Not to mention, I’m also always happy with the gorgeous advice you serve. Some two points on this page are undeniably the most efficient we have all had.

  81. I’d need to examine with you here. Which is not something I often do! I enjoy studying a publish that may make folks think. Also, thanks for permitting me to comment!

  82. I’ll right away grab your rss as I can not find your e-mail subscription link or e-newsletter service. Do you’ve any? Please let me know in order that I could subscribe. Thanks.

  83. I love your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did you create this website yourself? Plz reply back as I’m looking to create my own blog and would like to know wheere u got this from. thanks

  84. Appreciating the dedication you put into your blog and in depth information you provide. It’s good to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same old rehashed information. Wonderful read! I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m adding your RSS feeds to my Google account.

  85. It’s really a cool and helpful piece of information. I am glad that you shared this useful information with us. Please keep us informed like this. Thanks for sharing.

  86. Hey there! Quick question that’s completely off topic. Do you know how to make your site mobile friendly? My website looks weird when browsing from my apple iphone. I’m trying to find a template or plugin that might be able to fix this issue. If you have any suggestions, please share. Cheers!

  87. I discovered your weblog site on google and test a number of of your early posts. Continue to keep up the superb operate. I simply further up your RSS feed to my MSN Information Reader. Looking for forward to reading extra from you later on!…

  88. Hi, i believe that i noticed you visited my website thus i got here to return the prefer?.I am trying to in finding issues to improve my web site!I assume its adequate to make use of a few of your ideas!!|

  89. I really love the theme/design of your website. Do you ever run into any browser compatibility problems? A small number of my blog audience have complained about my site not working correctly in Explorer but looks great in Safari. Do you have any ideas to help fix this problem?

  90. What’s Happening i’m new to this, I stumbled upon this I’ve found It positively useful and it has aided me out loads. I’m hoping to give a contribution & assist other users like its aided me. Good job.|

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.