Bad Blogger I am.

Have you joined my incredibly non-annoying, once-in-a-while email newsletter?

At least six times in the past week, I’ve said (either to myself, or to a room full of people in perfect ADD fashion in the middle of a sentence about something totally different,) “Oh, that would so totally make a great blog post!” and then done absolutely nothing with it.

I’ve no one to blame but myself. And everyone who’s helped make Help A Reporter cross 21,000 members in under 19 weeks. Yeah, all of you, too.

But that’s cool. No excuse to not blog, though. So I promise to try and keep it up a little better. And I’ll also work on finding another Happy Friday Video for tomorrow.

Thanks for sticking with me.

-Peter

PS: On the plus side, I had a client meeting today where we brainstormed two AWESOME ideas. If the client approves them, it’ll be like the Harrah’s Take Over the Tower event, and I’ll blog about it from beginning to end.

PPS: I bought a new car yesterday, which I hope will guilt me into getting out of the office more, even if just to run up to the Ranch, get one skydive in, and run home. And before you give me ANY green planet crap WHATSOEVER, know that unless you live in NYC like me, in a certified green building like me, and drive as little as I do, then chances are, I could leave all my lights on, 24-hours a day, for an entire year, while continuously pouring unrefined motor oil on a flock of Penguins, and still have a carbon footprint that’s 10x less than yours on any given day. So Nyah.

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  • rebecca reich says:

    I think the best advice is to be useful and consistent. I ALWAYS open e-mails athleticworx.com because I want to hear what they have to say – even when I’m like – “wow – that was random, I wish I was as confident as this guy.” πŸ™‚ . 1. Trust – you may “plug” something from time to time, but I never feel like you’re selling me something. I always feel like you are adding value to my inbox because of your transparency in your information sharing

  • rebecca reich says:

    I think the best advice is to be useful and consistent. I ALWAYS open e-mails athleticworx.com because I want to hear what they have to say – even when I’m like – “wow – that was random, I wish I was as confident as this guy.” πŸ™‚ . 1. Trust – you may “plug” something from time to time, but I never feel like you’re selling me something. I always feel like you are adding value to my inbox because of your transparency in your information sharing

  • rebecca reich says:

    I think the best advice is to be useful and consistent. I ALWAYS open e-mails athleticworx.com because I want to hear what they have to say – even when I’m like – “wow – that was random, I wish I was as confident as this guy.” πŸ™‚ . 1. Trust – you may “plug” something from time to time, but I never feel like you’re selling me something. I always feel like you are adding value to my inbox because of your transparency in your information sharing

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