We turn to polls to help us figure out all kinds of human behavior. From what others are thinking, doing, and eating to how they are voting, what they are watching, wearing, or buying, we are heavily influenced by the actions of others.
While we can rely too heavily on others when forming our own opinion, for an entrepreneur or creative genius, the need to check in with others is an essential part of the give-them-what-they-want strategy.
Often times creators are too close to their product to see the obvious flaws or oversights in their product or strategy that an outsider can spot in a second.
I’ve created programs, written courses, and developed content for a couple of decades. But it wasn’t until I recently joined the Experience Product Masterclass that I realized I seldom asked my audience what they wanted. I tended to give them what I would want or what I thought they would want.
Sometimes I’ve been right, but many times I’m haven’t.
Since I have the world’s best and brightest blog readers, I would love to ask you for your opinion. I’ve recently been doing an Integrity Cleanse with Martha Beck and in her coaching she often says to clients, “Tell me where I’m wrong.”
In other words, asking is a really great way to find out and then get it right.
I’ve been working with the concept of Getting Your Groove Back for a couple of years now. Despite what I think I know about midlife, what fascinates me is what you know or don’t know but what love to find out.
I’ve designed a quick, 10-question survey for you to take if you are approaching, in, or around age 40-49, 50-59, 60+, or you just like taking surveys. The survey is geared towards women but any insight you guys have into midlife is equally appreciated.
Please click here to take this quick, 10-question survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7Y76B79
My goal is to get 100 responses by the end of October 2016. I can’t do this on my own, but with your help, it’s more than possible. Please share it with anyone you know who could provide some input.
If you want to learn more about How to Get Your Groove Back, please click on the new Groove tab I added above.
Thanks so much in advance for sharing your input. I love the saying, “When we know better, we do better.”
Here’s my attempt to create something grand, thanks to you!