Someone asked me why do I feel compelled to write and share my newsletters every single Sunday.
Whether my subscribers open them or not (thank you for opening though). Whether I feel like it or not, whether they bring value in the very moment I hit the send button … or NOT!
Why do I send my weekly emails called: “Only the Good Stuff?
I have a confession.
There is something that happens to me every Friday afternoon when I sit to write and face a Blank Page. That empty, flickering screen is the toughest to get past.
But when I do, I encounter something powerful that makes me compelled to write. I call it the ***miracle of connection.***
I think of that connection as a GIFT!
I get to stand at the precipice – between myself / my thoughts and the opportunity to use them to bring you closer and make you feel more positive about your small business.
I write because I want you to know that as you build your small, amazing business that you are seen and heard. That you are not alone because you have community.
That’s the privilege I own and I know exactly what to do with it.
I know because my father taught me when I was no taller than his knee that writing is a privilege only when you understand that it’s never about clever words and personal ego – it’s about empathy and building connections.
In 2022, I am deepening my publishing cadence so I can share all ideas that have my brain on fire for your growth in the next 12 months ahead. And yet for all the excitement, I hope my weekly emails will allow us to sit with the tension of not always knowing.
That my weekly notes will pay homage to the 8 types of intelligence and will never act like IQ is the only one that matters. ( You can already tell I have a fondness for EQ type emails) That they will be self-aware, insightful, and intellectually and emotionally honest.
And most importantly, my weekly notes will be helpful for small business owners, entrepreneurs and side hustlers.
We’re all in this together, following our hearts, building upon dreams, and asking the question: What does a sustainable, profitable business look like in 2022?
So that’s why I write… because I have some of the answers and because I care.