So here it is, Valentine’s Day – a day that’s known for love and romance between sweethearts.
However, I think we should write about and celebrate love every day – not just toward our sweethearts, but to our friends and family. And I might add, to you – my loyal subscribers.
Granted, I don’t know you well enough to write lovey-dovey blog posts to you, but I do know this . . .
I appreciate you. When I started my business, I started from scratch – no clients lined up waiting for me to open shop. Now, 24 years later, I’m still here.
I wouldn’t be here without a loyal following of clients and subscribers like you.
So, this quick note is my way of letting you know that I am honored to have you in my life . . . thrilled that you’ve turned to me for helpful writing and marketing tips . . . grateful that you keep returning to my blog for more.
Who can you write to today – and every day – to express your love?
It may be as simple as writing to yourself in a gratitude journal . . . blogging about it . . . taking time each day to write one “thank you” note to someone who extended a kindness to you (preferably by hand and send it via “snail mail”).
Love, as defined by Webster’s II New Riverside Dictionary, means “intense affection” or “enthusiasm and fondness.”
While I may not be able to claim intense affection for you, I wish to express an abundance of enthusiasm and fondness for having you as a member of my online community & the role you play in my ongoing success.
To share the love and show my appreciation, please accept a free report from me – a report that will help you continue to grow, prosper and reach out to clients you adore. Entitled 6 Key Places to Find Your Best Clients, it’s short and sweet. Just e-mail me at debra[at]writedirection[dot]com and I’ll forward a copy your way – no opt-in necessary.
So, who are you going to write to today to express your love? Please share your thoughts in the comment section below. I’d love to hear from you.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Here’s to writing about love today and EVERY day?
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