I Need Your Help. Got a Minute For a Few Questions?
(Read in a minute and a half)“If you do not know how to ask the right question, you discover nothing.” ~ W. Edwards Deming
I always say there’s no such thing as a dumb question. If someone asks me, “Can I ask you a dumb question?” I always answer, “sure, they’re my specialty.” So, I have a few questions for you. And, your answers will help me make some decisions.
We all struggle with overwhelm. Too much information, too much to do, too little time. If there’s one universal pain in our lives, it’s time starvation. Would you agree? And too many choices which often leads to us making no choice at all because we’re afraid we might make the wrong choice, are you with me?
My questions for you
So, with all the information and all the choices and so little time, thank you for taking the time to read this! I appreciate you! My one desire is to encourage you and help you look at life a little differently. I want you to see and believe what a miracle you are and to brighten your day a bit! My question for you is how can I do this better?
I’ve posted twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays for over a year now.
- Are there better days of the week that would make it more likely you have time to read this?
- Should I post just once a week?
I strive to avoid being wordy. My goal is to keep your attention for just 3-4 minutes.
- Are the posts too long?
- Is the subject matter relevant and worth your time?
- Any suggestions for topics?
I’m considering other ways to communicate. Not everyone loves to read as much as I do!
- Do you listen to podcasts?
- In your opinion, would messages like me be effective as podcasts?
“How ya doin’?’ I always think, What kind of a question is that?, and I always reply, ‘A bit early to tell.” ~ Christopher Hitchens
Your answers matter a lot!
I need and welcome your ideas, suggestions and remarks to help me serve you better. You can either comment directly on the post or if you prefer, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. That’s all! Thanks! See you Thursday.