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#7Links – Contribution to the 7 Link Challenge from @ProBlogger

Seven. Such a wonderful number for a list of posts. Darren Rouse, the ProBlogger, suggested a blog post that links to seven other blog posts. This is my contribution to the ProBlogger.com 7 Link Challenge.

1. The First EverydayEMSTips.com Post. Tips for watching an online education lesson to get the most out of the training content.

2. A post I enjoyed writing the most. Training for K9 Search and Rescue is a post about my dog Sousa and our training in SAR. I have been reminiscing a lot about my own SAR experience while reading the book¬†[amazon-product text=”Scent of the Missing” type=”text”]0547152442[/amazon-product] recently.

3. A post with great discussion. Do you ever go through the motions? had a great discussion that was made even better because several other EMS bloggers joined me to write on the theme of going through the motions. After reading (or re-reading) click on the links to posts from Steve Whitehead, Chris Kaiser, Tim Noonan, and David Konig.

4. A post on someone else’s blog that I wish I had written. Another list of seven admonishes against envy. I can’t think of a specific post I wish I had written, but I find great value in the blog posts from Seth Godin, Chris Brogan, Steve Whitehead, and Buck Feris.

5. My most helpful post – the Ins and Outs of becoming a conference presenter. This post is from episode 3 of the EMS Office Hours podcast.

6. A post title that you are proud of. One of the most difficult tasks of blogging is titling posts. I strive to write something descriptive, social media friendly, and search engine optimal. These are a few of my most clever blog post titles: Awake, Oriented, and Still Blogging.

7. A post you wish more people had read. Don’t Read this While Driving is about the dangers of driving while distracted. A topic of critical importance for EMS professionals.

Other EMS Bloggers, I would gladly link to your list for the 7 Link Challenge. Readers, thanks for looking back at some of these and other Everyday EMS Tips Posts in the archives.

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By Greg Friese

Greg Friese, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, is an author, educator, paramedic, and marathon runner.

Greg was the co-host of the award winning EMSEduCast podcast, the only podcast by and for EMS educators. Greg has written for EMS1.com, JEMS.com, Wilderness Medical Associates, JEMS Magazine, EMSWorld.com and EMS World Magazine, and the NAEMSE Educator Newsletter.