How Do You Want Help in 2022?

Making Notes

At the beginning, 2021 held such promise.1 And as it’s gone along, I hope you’ve done some good work—and some good not working. In the end, though, this year may again have required more than its fair share of pivots and more than usual interruptions of plans.

Along the way, it’s been wonderful to hear from several of you how you’ve found the content here helpful. I’m grateful that’s been the case. As we start to anticipate moving into next year, I’d like to make sure I’m continuing to release content that’s useful to you.

In that context, I’d like to flip the usual script of giving advice. Instead, I’d like to invite you to give me some advice on what you feel would be most helpful to you next year.

If you already get my weekly newsletter, you’re more than welcome just to send me a reply and let me know your thoughts.

If not (or if you’d rather keep your responses anonymous), there’s a short, 5-question survey below. None of the questions is required. So, feel free to skip any of them.

That said, I’d encourage you to provide as much information as you feel comfortable sharing. The more information you provide, the more context I’ll have to help inform what I focus on next year. And the more helpful I can make next year’s content for you.

Thanks in advance so much for participating and helping me help you hone your craft.


  1. Header image provided by Glenn Carstens-Peters

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