Good morning! Let’s take a look at the wisdom I will gain from the FGS Friday sessions.
Records & Repositories at the Crossroads of America – Indiana Research
Demystifying Eastern European Research
The Value-Added Professional
Using “Correlation” to Reveal Facts That No Record States
Something For Everyone! Or Not? Establishing the Right Presentation Mix
St. Louis: The Gateway to the West
Some great sessions to learn about growing as a professional genealogist, locating new records and improving my presentations and presentation skills.
My genealogy tip sheets and book are available on Nook, Lulu and Kindle. Take a peek! More tip sheets coming this year.
My Online Store
You can purchase any of my Ebooks from my online store here.
I recently joined the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) for my business, Generations. FGS is hosting a conference September 7 – 10, 2011, in Springfield, IL. Registration has not opened but the listing of programs has been posted. I haven’t had a chance to fully explore the list but by quick glance I think I will have a difficult time deciding which programs to attend. My hotel is booked and I’m excited to attend. Are you going to FGS’s conference?
Part of my Generations business plan is to write and I am doing a lot of that in 2011. One site I began writing for at the very end of 2010 is HubPages. It will feature different things than what I post on my blogs for genealogical research and maybe I will branch out and write about raising twins and add tips on how to stay sane doing it. LOL! Check me out if you are in the Hub.