Time to take my own temperature.

One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned is that it’s essential that any and every business out there, Broadway Show or Law Firm or Hot Dog Cart, check in with their customers, find out who they are, and see how they’re doing from time to time.  And blogs are no different.  (BTW, this lesson applies to personal relationships too . . . asking your spouse or your friends what they think of your behavior is a hard but awesome way to improve connections).  

Sure, you’ve got sales, number of clients, and web stats to measure your success of your business to some effect.  But if you really want to do better at whatever it is you’re doing, you gotta dig deeper.

And so, with that, it’s about that time for me to stick that thermometer you know where and see just who all of you are out there and what you think of the blog . . . and what you like and/or don’t and most importantly, what you want to see more of/less of.

It’s time to take The Producer’s Perspective survey!

I hope you’ll take a minute or two (it’s short, promise) to click the link below and fill out the brief survey.  I’ve learned amazing things from you in the past, and I am looking forward to seeing the results again.

If you take the survey, I promise you two things:

1.  I’ll publish the data here.

2.  The blog will get better.

So take The Producer’s Perspective Survey!  Click here!

And when you’re done, ask yourself what you can ask of your customers/audiences/friends to improve what you do everyday. Use a tool like Wufoo or SurveyMonkey to get it done.

 

(Got a comment? I love ‘em, so comment below!  Click here then scroll down to say what’s on your mind!)

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