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Gifts


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Today is my birthday, and my blog is one year old!

Momentous occasions like this tend to make one (me) pause and reflect. I have a lot to be grateful for, not the least of which is the vast number of people who have helped me over the last year…

…Friends and family who have encouraged me as I build a business…

…Fabulous people who have given freely of their knowledge…

…People who have solicited my help, which reminds me to believe in myself when I begin to forget to do so…

…Members of my mastermind/accountability groups who have been generous with their support…

…Friends, family and even strangers who have visited my blog and either left comments or sent me emails in response…

…People who have stepped up and participated in the Captains Curious series, helping to expand the conversation around curiosity…

…Strangers who have become acquaintances, and acquaintances who have become friends, many of whom I have never met Live And In Person…

…all of whom have reminded me to not lose sight of what is really important.

I have a lot to be grateful for.

In honor of the day, I have decided to have a Birthday Sale. A 51-Hour Birthday Sale!

For the next 51 hours (or so), or until mid-day Thursday…

Ask Your Customers: If you are curious about what your customers think or what they want and need, you can sign up for one of three levels of assistance in creating a conversation with your customers. Please enjoy a 51% discount until Thursday. Click Here

Coaching: Would you like to cultivate creativity and connections in your business or personal life? Whether you prefer a single targeted session to explore an issue, or a series of sessions to help you on a journey, you can purchase coaching sessions for only $51 per hour if reserved before mid-day Thursday. Please email me at susan@susanTblake.com.

Custom Training, Group Facilitation or Consulting: Perhaps you’re planning a meeting or event for your group, but there’s a problem: You don’t want to facilitate it, you want to participate. Or perhaps you would like to bring in a trainer to lead a brown bag or workshop on an issue such as Customer Service. Contact me before mid-day Thursday so we can talk about your goals and reserve a date, and I will give you a 51% discount. Please Click Here for more information, and then email me at susan@susanTblake.com.

And, of course, you are welcome to download my two e-books, Remember to Look Up and The Survey as Conversation!

Thank you for your support! I hope you enjoy these birthday gifts to you!


Photo Credit: Ian Britton www.freefoto.com

2 Responses to Gifts

  1. SilverMagpies May 18, 2011 at 6:27 am #

    Happy Birthday to you and you’re blog.

    I’ve been thinking a great deal about your concept of survey as conversation and it’s a refreshing perspective. I think the survey has gotten a bad reputation, because so many of us now associate it with irritating marketing calls or endless customer satisfaction surveys. And those experiences do not in anyway resemble a conversation – there is no back and forth of ideas, no exploration of concepts or evolving thought.

  2. Susan May 19, 2011 at 9:50 am #

    Thanks Nan! I’m glad you find it refreshing – my hope is to help people think about this in new ways! And you’ve given me something to think about; yesterday I introduced myself at a meeting and mentioned your comment that surveys have gotten a bad rep, and everyone nodded.

    Here’s to true Conversation!

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