My 2020 New Year’s Resolution to You

I’m well aware that very few people keep their New Year’s resolutions. Making any change even when we are 100% sure it will benefit us is really difficult.  Most times,  New Year’s resolutions are dead and broken by mid-January.  They do us absolutely no good.

I’m stating the obvious here, right?

Well this resolution of mine is NOT like that. I’ve been preparing and working with our team these past months to adapt.  I want to make some big changes.

My goal has always been to provide content mental health practitioner can put into work in their practice as soon as the next day. If you review the articles and webinars and social media posts we published this past year, you’ll find whole lot of practical information. The feedback we’ve gotten from our readers is that it’s good stuff.  The consensus is that it’s been valuable.

What I’m committed to doing, and that’s where the resolution comes in, is to take this a step further.  I want to enhance the experience by providing a platform to foster discussion. We publish information.  We bring our expertise.  What I’d like to do is tap into what you know.  I want to get at your skills, expertise and experience.

This being said, you’ll see a change.  It’s not so much in what we publish.  What you’ll see is that we’ll be encouraging you to “participate.” We’re going to ask you, “What do you think?” and even more important, “What do you have to add to what we’ve shared with you?”

I’d also like to ask you, “What else would you like to see us publish?” My team and I have topics we’d like to cover, but what we really want is to cover the topics that address the challenges you face today so we become more responsive.  We want to be a better resource addressing your needs.

Right below, you’ll find a place where you can add a comment.  We want to put that to use.  Let me hear from you.  Give us your answers to questions like:

  • What do you think about this “resolution?”
  • What else would you like to see us cover?
  • What’s missing that would be helpful to you?
  • What discussions are you wanting to have with us and with others that follow?

Don’t be shy. I’m eager to hear what you have to say.

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