I understand the desire to have more followers. But I think a better desire is to have more that is worth following. Or perhaps it can be a commitment than more than a desire. A commitment to deepen. A commitment to learn. A commitment to do what has been learned. A shift from “I don’t know how to do that” to “I want to learn.”
5 thoughts on “Reflecting toward a new year.”
“…have more that is worth following.”
I think this is what Jesus did. No advertising or SEO or targeted newsletters. He just talked about a message worth hearing and people showed up.
Hopefully in tomorrow’s post you’ll offer the simple three-step formula for making that happen, right? 🙂
exactly right, rich. tomorrow.
Having an attitude of wanting to learn ensures never being caught in a rut. Amazing how often it still happens because we have taken our eyes off the road, so to speak.
I do want to learn. I just need to make it a priority.
maybe that’s the first think to learn, Frank. how to make learning a priority. 🙂
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