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Etiquette in Publishing Articles

Started Nov 2, 2009

PUBLISHING ARTICLES
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Angele Wood Oct 3, 2008.

 

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"Hi Ms. Stoll, Thank you so much for this session's Wise Women and thank you for another great class, Thursdy, 12April.  It was fun to attend with my impromptu guest, my granddaughter, Serenity.  She had a good time listening to us…"
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"Hi William, Thank you for adding me to your contacts. I look forward to meeting you at an event soon and learning more about your firm and how PAWS/Awood and William's world can work together. ciao a'bientot - Angele"
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Etiquette in Publishing Articles

Hello Everyone,I am embarking on the pitch of my second article. My first published article 'The Language of Children' in COLUMBUS PARENT last spring was way cool to do! Thank you to my friends in sbdc/Ning who lent an ear to help me in my 'no-experience' state!My question this time is:?What is the formal etiquette for pitching an article to journal(s) regarding whether you should pitch to multiple journals at the same time and the accepted replier receives the article OR should you only pitch…See More
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PAWS HOOVES FINS & FEATHERS/Angele Wood and Company/Working with HILLCREST STABLES
Teaching You and Your Animal Good Manners!

My little company trains animals and teaches people to train their own animals. We offer lessons, consultations, presentations and clinics.

Please let us know how we can help you and your animal!

Angele Wood, Training Animals and Teaching People
Naturally for more than 20 years,

PAWS HOOVES FINS & FEATHERS
Natural Animal Training for All Descriptions of Animals and their Humans 
614/670-5314 PAWSHFF@wowway.com www.PHFF.info

Training is a Temporary Condition.
GOOD FRIENDS LAST FOREVER.

The Language of Children

Please enjoy our latest article.
Your questions/comments would be awesome -- Angele Wood

The Language of Children
©2008 Angele Wood

We all get the question, “So, what do you do?” It’s what humans ask each other. Me -- I answer, “I train animals.” Eyes light up and the next question is, “What kind?” My answer, if I am being smart, is sometimes, “the ones who are driving their humans bonkers” but is most usually, “sentient companions -- like horses, dogs, bunnies and the humans they have, often children.”

That one gets a smile and a sharp retort, “You train Children!?” I smile, “Yes.”

Children are beautiful to me. They are the human animal before it is shadowed by the heavy side of society and the conditions of the world.

A young child can understand Any language. They speak the language of the body – French, Spanish, Armenian, English. Children speak the language of the animals before anyone has “taught” them.

Before a child learns to guard its ego, watching this child interact with the world and with the social animals that contact it is, simply, the most beautiful thing. The child will learn the physical skills to speak the language that is practiced around it. As the child becomes older, and the ego begins to defend itself, this open understanding of languages begins to close.

Working with a child when the ego is young and whole; when its ability to receive, understand and exchange in the languages still exists, is a precious privilege. Teaching young Billie how to pick up and hold his birthday boa; showing Ellie how to bring her horse in with her posture; teaching the puppy and his new boy to walk and play together while practicing Come, Sit, Stay, etc., are not so much “teaching” as they are showing the child that they already know.

Each project with a child and their animal will invariably, more than once, bring a tiny tear and a smile to my eyes and heart as the child, who understands their animal, smiles and says, “yeah”.

Yes, I do like my job.
-Angele Wood

PAWS HOOVES FINS & FEATHERS
Natural Animal Training and Care
Angele Wood and Company

Teaching You and Your Animal Good Manners!
*Working Side by Side with you while you learn to train your own animal.
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At 3:15pm on January 23, 2009, Angele Wood said…
Hi Mark :)
*hope your holidays were awesome! The journal (Columbus Parent) has plans to add my article to their April issue for its theme: children and pets. I'm very excited.
-take it easy and see you and your family at a SBDC event sometime :)
Angele
At 10:07am on January 23, 2009, Mark Lomax, II said…
Hey Angele! Your article is great! I look forward to seeing it in Columbus Parent ( : Happy New Year!!
At 4:37pm on October 14, 2008, Mark Lomax, II said…
Hey Angele! That's wonderful, and it's just the beginning!
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At 9:13am on September 30, 2008, Mark Lomax, II said…
Hey Angele!

I took my family to the New Albany Classic this year and realized how truly awesome horses are! Good Luck in all that you do!
At 5:20pm on September 27, 2008, Top Notch Business Consulting- Victoria Whatley said…
Hi Angela, congrats on good business. Keep up the good work and if there is anything that we can do for you at Top Notch Business Consulting; please let us know. Have a fabulous day!

Victoria Whatley
www.topnotchbusinessconsulting.com
topnotchbizconsulting@gmail.com
At 1:21pm on September 26, 2008, Randy Morgan said…
Gracias por compartir su pasión. I love finding people who are fortunate enough to make a living at what they're passionate about. Where is your business located? Where does your target market come from?

Do you offer guided horse tours? I took my daughters to a riding stable near Salt Fork and they loved it!

I'm glad you're getting some value from my blog. I've recently found some new, small-town-banks that are a more receptive to new biz loans, because they're not carrying a bunch of bad-notes on their books.

Now,....to Blogging:
You should have an icon that reads, "Add Blog Post" above your Comment Wall. I can not find one on your page. So,...go up to the upper right-hand-corner of your page and you will find: In-Box, My Settings, etc.,...below this, select the scroll-down button on "Quick-Add". You will find "Blog Post" and then you just start typing away!

your Add Blog Post may appear after you do your first one.

Chao, Randy
At 1:12am on September 26, 2008, Randy Morgan said…
Hey Angele~
Thanks for sharing the photos! Is this your business or hobby? We're trying to get our members to share more about their hobbies and personal interests in addition to their business,.......so.......this is great!
At 4:19pm on September 25, 2008, Carl said…

Looks like you work with 4 legs, whch is a good thing. I too have and used to train horses and rope. It is nce to see the photos. This is my retired heading horse.
At 12:04pm on September 25, 2008, Tonya Wilson, SBDC said…
Love your black and white photo - I'm glad your joined the site and are coming to Be the Boss! I look forward to seeing you there!
 
 
 

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