30 Days and My 5th Post
Yes, it has been 30 days since the humble hustler, (Jk Allen) got the website up and going. He continues to amaze with his blog and all he does to help others.
I used an article I had previously written for the Atlanta Business Chronicle, as my first ever blog post. “Now, more than ever, we need to C.A.R.E.” . And yes, the title still applies. Man, I was excited. Thank goodness, I still am. I checked out the number of subscribers and the hits on the site. I have gotten so much support from so many people and great comments.
Thanks again for the continued support and encouragement.
Nancy Davis just published her 100th blog post the other day. In less than 5 months! Wow. That seems impossible to me. Then, she had the awesome Bill Dorman guest post for #101. Now, that is how you kick off the next 100! This is my 5th post in 30 days. My goal for the first 90 days was to post once per week. I never set out to do any more, as I plan on getting out and speaking to businesses, schools and to whoever wants to hear the message of CARE. I am more of a talker than a writer, so you will be seeing a few videos from me in the next 30 days. Yeah, baby. Please do not laugh too loudly.
I know it is still early in the process, but I can’t help but wonder: How do you know if you are making a difference? I “feel” like we are, so this blog post offers suggestions and insight.
The main goal here is to provide Positive Attitude Solutions that improve morale at work and at home.
If we can get one person toCAREand Share with another person every day, we are doing good.
It has only been 30 days, so I know that I need to be patient and stay the course. And, I will. But I want so badly for more people to understand how to CARE. To really get it…to Smile, be Positive, and be Optimistic. To Communicate better, Appreciate more, Respect everyone, and Encourage others to do the same. As my friend, John Sherry said, “it is time.” Dare to CARE!
Is The CARE Movement making a difference? Are we heading in the right direction? How do you measure success? Where were you 30 days ago?
Yeah, I know. Lots of questions. Pick one or answer them all. I love to get your feedback and comments.
Thanks again and take CARE.