Happy New Year!

Yes, I know it’s the end of the month. But it is still January. -;o) Therefore, top-of-the-year greetings are in order, and I hope your New Year is off to a fantastic start!

Can you believe how quickly time is moving? Already we are four weeks into 2012, and by now your inbox has probably been filled with ideas, tools and best practices for how you can make this an incredible year. And yes, I am going to chime in with something else for you to consider. Mine is a suggestion that I bet you didn’t receive – even though it is something we all like to freely give: feedback. In particular, my suggestion is to embrace feedback as a source of improvement, accountability, and inspiration.

But this can only happen if we embrace the message of the feedback and act on the new insight in a focused manner.

Want to know how your feedback made me reevaluate my engagement with you and what I’m now doing differently in 2012?

We kicked off the New Year with a number of changes, including a new team member; please join me in welcoming Jamie DuBose, a virtual-assistant extraordinaire. Our website has a “refreshed” look (what do you think?). One of the many benefits of the new look and format is that now it is easier to associate the blog with our newsletter – a change we are extremely excited about because it will allow you and me to interact even more AND unlike before you can now interact directly with other members of our community. Cool, eh? (Some might say, “it’s about time!”) You can even start today: In the comments section, I’d love to hear what feedback you received and what you are now committed to doing differently as a result.

It’s going to be a phenomenal year and I’m so thrilled we get to experience this journey together!


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