I need your help!

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This week’s post is relatively short, but that’s because I need your help! I really do appreciate the time you take to read my blog and listen to the podcasts. Thank you for your encouragements, suggestions and comments both online and off line over the years. It has been just over five years since we started. I have found it an amazing and truly rewarding experience, but I really need your help!

 

I would like to make my blog and the podcasts much more relevant to your needs and to what interests you. In order to do that I need to know more about YOU! I have created a Reader Survey and I’d be very thankful if you were to spend just five to ten minutes to answer the questions in it.

There are up to 25 questions, and the results will feed directly into how I write my posts and the podcasts that I do. I very much want to serve you better. So my intention is that what I write about and the podcasts I do will benefit you directly. The results are completely anonymous and I cannot tell who has written what (unless you want to tell me!).

You can make the survey as short or as long as you like. Although if you have detailed responses that too would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you once again!

 

Click here to take my reader survey

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