My 2012 Blog Year in Review was interesting. WordPress tried hard to make me feel good noting that I’d accomplished more than the number of people who made it to the top of Mt. Everest. Although I had a pretty mediocre first year, it gave me the insight to kick butt next year in motivating people to create their Dreamlife.
In the beginning, I was a stat-crazed woman. Getting that endorphin release when my numbers soared was like a first kiss with the most popular boy in school. Now, I feel pretty amazing when people engage all of my platforms an answer Life’s Big Questions on my Facebook & Twitter.
The Nicolas Cage Sad Face
Every day when I’d log into my WP account, there was one constant; This picture of Nicolas Cage Sad Face would have the most views and what’s even
funnier weirder is how many people Googled “Nicolage Cage” & “Sad Face” from THIS POST — I mean sure, who didn’t want to attend Ridgemont High in the 1982 or ride on the back of that fiery motorcycle in Ghost Rider- but wow, the most clicks?
I do have to admit, it is an quite an interesting face.
WHAT I LEARNED FROM BLOGGING IN 2012
1. I really do have something important to say and, gosh darn it, people want to hear it.
2. I found somewhere I fit in perfectly. I’ve virtually met some of the greatest people here. Some of which have shown me other avenues to reach the masses and leave my legacy of change and for that, my deepest thanks.
3. That by being consistent, I will develop my skills and therefore reach more people who want to learn how to create their Dreamlife.
My promise to myself in 2013 is to help more people understand that the power to create their Dreamlife in within. I will have my website, webinars and more opportunities to teach people to Dream Big and I have WP to thank for getting me started.