Next week is the 200th Brainzooming post. Starting this blog has been a great personal growth experience, providing an opportunity to interact with people and to create a new outlet for ideas and cartoons. Ideally, it’s also been beneficial for you, the readers.

In June, I asked current readers for input. Your comments helped re-shape the blog’s content and style. Your ideas have been very beneficial.

I’d like to ask your help again to expand the blog’s readership. Specifically I need your help in growing the new reader pool for the blog by 200 people more than typical in the next two weeks.

Here’s how you can help. If you find value in the content, please forward the site’s URL / link with a brief comment to 10 or 20 friends that might also find benefit in it. Heck, if I may be so presumptuous, copy and send the paragraph below, if you’d like:

I just wanted to pass along a daily blog that I’ve been reading on innovation, creativity, and strategy. It’s an interesting mix of topics that helps in thinking about work and even personal life in new ways. Thought you might be interested in checking it out at http://brainzooming.blogspot.com. The posts are pretty short and available via email. Check it out!

Your referrals are vital in helping grow the readership base so that we can get more comments, interaction, and feedback to continue shaping the content to address challenges and opportunities the readers face.

Remember, we’re going for 200 new readers. And as a thank you, to the person who cc’s me (at email address – mike@mikebrownspeaks.com) with the most invites to potential readers (across both BrainZooming and mikebrownspeaks readers), I’ll send a copy of “Made to Stick” by Chip and Dan Heath.

So get cutting and pasting, help the blog grow, and get your chance to win “Made to Stick.” Thanks for your help!!!


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Mike Brown

Founder of The Brainzooming Group, and an expert on strategy, creativity, and innovation. Mike is a frequent speaker on innovation, strategic thinking, and social media.

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