What's Your Problem?

What's  your problem?

I’m writing for you.. most of the time.

Sometimes, I like to write for me.

But most of the time I’m writing for you. I want to add a little value to your lives. I love helping people find information, think through things, and create solutions. That said, I need to know what your problems are before we start trying to solve them.

I’ve spent my free time over the past week coming up with content for 2011. I’ve got some great things planned, but I want to make sure your needs are always covered.

So help me out. Tell me what your problem is.
Examples:

  • Are you a small business owner who can’t really grasp this “social media” thing?
  • Are you struggling with business development?
  • Are you in serious need of some revamped marketing strategy?
  • Are you a team leader who can’t seem to motivate his people?
  • Are you an aspiring entrepreneur who just doesn’t know where to start?
  • Are you a business leader struggling to keep Jesus at the top of your org chart?
  • And so on…

Whatever the problem is, big or small, share it below in the comments section of this post. As the year rolls along, I’ll make every effort to focus on the specific needs of this community.

So tell me…

What’s your problem?

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  • http://kennysilva.net Kenny Silva

    Great idea, Kyle! Thanks for that.

  • http://www.refocusedlife.com Sondra

    I could potentially be the entrepreneur who doesn' t know where to start… if I decided to actually get an LLC and try to go after clients/work myself. I've been subcontracting for six years, so I've made my own schedule and taken/accepted work as I wished, but the work was always found for me. I just don't know if going out on my own is something I really want to do (I don't know anything about business), or if I should go back to a regular 9 to 5 position with benefits again. I guess I need to start figuring out how to be INTENTIONAL in my career. ;)

  • chaoskitten82

    unicorns

  • cshell

    Building relationships…for someone that would consider himself not very outgoing, unless of course we are talking sports…i really want to make an effort this year on building relationships. Love your take on that.

  • Lost_n_the_muzic

    I definitely fall under that “aspiring entrepreneur who just doesn’t know where to start” category.