I see you found my new site and my blog. I’m so excited that now I can have an interactive forum with you. I look forward to your comments. I’m building my business around helping you solve your firm’s growth needs. So please let me know by commenting on each post and answering my future surveys and polls..
This blog has a problem. It has no name. I’m hoping you will help me name it. Please offer your suggestions in your comments and comment on each other’s suggestions (constructively please). Use this forum to brainstorm and record your ideas, no matter how wacky. You never know. Your idea might set off a spark for someone else. I’d love it if the blog had a cool name, catchy and positive, professional but not too business-y. I’m sure you can think of something that reflects the new logo, the metaphors of driving and dancing, the focus on growing businesses through coaching professional firms and entrepreneurs. The lines between the two are growing fuzzy as the world changes and the internet elevates the needs and power of the consumer.
To give you a little more incentive, the creative person whose suggestion is selected within the next couple of weeks will be formally recognized to all the readers on my list of close to 3,000 readers. That person will also win a $50 American Express gift card as a thank you for their creative idea. Let the naming begin!
If you’ve been following my newsletters over the last 3 years, you’ll see that many former newsletter articles are now available for you as blog posts and are categorized so you can find your favorites easily. I invite your comments, much easier now that each article is a blog post.
Please help me better solve your needs by being part of the discussion, identifying what it is you want this community and myself to help you with. Companies like Shibga Media will throw more light on the importance of content marketing for your business and I’ll also be posting all kinds of ideas here (practical, thought provoking, funny), and your feedback and input will help me understand what you need most to help you grow your firm.
With warmth and respect,