It’s opening night but who’s invited? + Pay A Blogger Day
Seth Godin wrote an interesting piece last night about the difference between the people who will wait for reviews or the cheap discounted seats compared to those who will turn up on opening night not knowing what to expect or purely because you’ve already earned their trust.
So this post is just a quick one to say thanks to all those who read my blog not knowing what to expect but willing to come along for the journey.
I’d also like to pay a special tribute to my true fans. These are the people who have put their money where their mouth is and subscribed to my blog. These are the people who leave comments on every post just to let me know that they’re still there reading and waiting for my next post. I wouldn’t have had the inspiration to turn the blog into what it is today without the support of my true fans over the past couple of years.
So on International Pay A Blogger day I’m not asking for a donation or a helping hand. Rather I’m just asking that you leave me a comment to let me know what you’ve enjoyed reading over the past two years and what you’d like to read about in the future.
Because without an audience this would simply be an internal monologue.
6 Responses to “It’s opening night but who’s invited? + Pay A Blogger Day”
Love hearing the Gen Y take on all things HR. Refreshing to read something that isn’t so politically correct it makes no sense!
Thanks Karen! It’s good to hear that my unconventional take on HR, Careers and other random topics is hitting the spot!
Thanks Damon, love your work! Keep the blogs coming.
Thanks for the comment Terry! Let me know if there is a specific topic that you want covered.
You know I love your work and your mind…big hugs xx
Thanks Judy! You had a big impact at university about the importance of standing out and taking control of your own professional development.