© Lorenzo Assoicates, Inc. / For more information, contact George Lorenzo at george@understandingxyz.com .

The Blogosphere
The key to any good blog is the writer’s ability to provide valid and authoritative information that will beneift his or her audience. I’ve had my share of blogs that have gone nowhere and am still stuggling with creating the right blog to allow me to share everything I know that could possibly be of help to others.  In other words, I still haven’t figured out how to effectively write and market blog posts. Below are links to a vairety of blogs that I have worked on, the main one being my current blog (seemingly always under construction and about to take on vast changes).
The UnderstandingXYZ Blog: This is a work in progress that should give readers an idea of what’s important for me to write about. It is really an exercise in essay writing that seems to get better with time as I attempt to reach into the cacophony swirling around my brain and pull out the elements that can be organized into articles that hopefully make sense.  Sometimes it feels like a lesson in futility, but I keep plugging away, experimenting with articles in hopes of drawing an audience with comments. 
Workforce Development Blog for Training Industry: This was a blog I wrote that covered some of the issues and trends happening in workforce development at the community college level.  I am particularily proud of the work I did on the so-called “Skills Gap,” which I believe is bogus. In my opinion, the Skills Gap does not exist.
The Changing American Workforce: My early efforts writing about 21st century jobs. A lot of this helped to lay the groundwork for the UnderstandingXYZ blog and website.
Source Scholars used to be an add-on blog to The SOURCE on Community College Issues, Trends & Strategies enewsletter. One of my favorite posts was on credit, non-credit and competency-based learning.

© Lorenzo Associates, Inc.

For more information, contact George at george@understandingxyz.com

The Blogosphere
The key to any good blog is the writer’s ability to provide valid and authoritative information that will beneift his or her audience. I’ve had my share of blogs that have gone nowhere and am still stuggling with creating the right blog to allow me to share everything I know that could possibly be of help to others.  In other words, I still haven’t figured out how to effectively write and market blog posts. Below are links to a vairety of blogs that I have worked on, the main one being my current blog (seemingly always under construction and about to take on vast changes).
The UnderstandingXYZ Blog: This is a work in progress that should give readers an idea of what’s important for me to write about. It is really an exercise in essay writing that seems to get better with time as I attempt to reach into the cacophony swirling around my brain and pull out the elements that can be organized into articles that hopefully make sense.  Sometimes it feels like a lesson in futility, but I keep plugging away, experimenting with articles in hopes of drawing an audience with comments. 
Workforce Development Blog for Training Industry: This was a blog I wrote that covered some of the issues and trends happening in workforce development at the community college level.  I am particularily proud of the work I did on the so-called “Skills Gap,” which I believe is bogus. In my opinion, the Skills Gap does not exist.
The Changing American Workforce: My early efforts writing about 21st century jobs. A lot of this helped to lay the groundwork for the UnderstandingXYZ blog and website.
Source Scholars used to be an add- on blog to The SOURCE on Community College Issues, Trends & Strategies enewsletter. One of my favorite posts was on credit, non- credit and competency-based learning.