November 17, 2009
Sorely, ME Newsletter, Vol. 2, Issue 46
I’m sorely about to prove my own point from last week’s newsletter.
I simply do not feel like being a beacon of niceness and light this evening.
I suppose if I had sat down last week when I began formulating this week’s message, I might have been successful without anyone knowing of my little happiness rebellion of the moment.
Instead, though, I scrawled out vague ideas, an outline, some researchable topics, and trusted myself to go forward at a reasonable rate. Which, for the most part I did. But… only because it was on my “list.” There’s still a lot of interesting information in this newsletter, but not much of it is going to be tied to this moody memo.
You see, pet peeves, trying to remember the value of small things, being aware that deer season started Sunday which makes my dawn and dusk commute more hazardous, and lastly, recalling errors made in July, are all related to my current funk. But, not what I had planned to talk about, at all.
I’m working on a project from the conference I attended last week. I created a survey – rather quickly with the assistance of SurveyMonkey. The hard part was whittling down the questions to get at the answers I really want to know - and the ones I need to know - to drive the project forward
So, on that note, if you would, please visit the survey link below. There is a short, 10 question, multiple choice, no wrong or right answers, anonymous survey, that should take no more than 3 minutes to complete.
As an extra catalytic incentive, I want to let you know, that you’ll be helping me accomplish one of those many specific tasks on my list.
With prayers for a better tomorrow, and blessings for you, as well.
In this issue: Pet Peeves, SurveyMonkey, Fall Driving Stats, and The Value of Small Things
Now posted: Action Plan Mid-Late July, New Orleans, October 2009
Posted by jaselin at November 17, 2009 07:28 PM