What Took So Long?

Photo Credit: Pocket Watch Clock courtesy of Sean on Flickr

Photo Credit: Pocket Watch Clock courtesy of Sean on Flickr

I know that some of you signed up for this newsletter eons ago, and have been patiently waiting for me to send you something – anything.  So what took so long?

Blame my email inbox.

Not because it’s overly full (which it surely is), but because I hate it.  I really do.  I have three different emails and I’m frustrated by all of them.  They are full of newsletters, offers, deals, discounts and everything else that I subscribed to in a moment of weakness.  Why don’t I unsubscribe from some of these lists?  The information is interesting and I really do plan to look at them at some point.  But like the stack of magazines in the corner of my bedroom, they just keep piling up.

What does that have to do with this newsletter?

I never want to add to your problems.  I’ve spent my entire life helping people be more successful and more fulfilled.  What kind of coach would I be if I sent you “interesting” information but the overall result was more stress in your life?

You know that’s not how I roll.

So, I decided I wouldn’t waste your time.  I refused to send anything until I was confident that I could deliver a valuable tool that would actively make your life better.  Something that people normally pay for.


And so here it is.  Whenever you open an email from inTerractions look for an opportunity to learn more about yourself and how to bring your personal and professional goals closer to reality. I urge you to reflect on the coaching questions and do the homework, just like you would if we were working together one-on-one.  And if you think someone else could use the support, don’t be stingy!  Forward them the message so that they make progress on their dreams, too.

My commitment to you is that when this email becomes less of a tool (and more just good information), together we’ll figure out how to transform it so that it continues to earn its place in your inbox.

Talk Soon!

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