This blog introduces you to my special brand of BIKE. I show you how to find your Best self, access your Inner strength, tune in to your Killer instincts, and use your Expressive voice. It's inspiring, spiritual, quirky, and it's all in your head. It's about ATTITUDE, not exercise, though that might be a side benefit.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Survey says!


During the Blogathon, I ran a poll asking you how I could improve my blog in the months ahead. I can't say I was really surprised by the results.

The majority of you want me to continue writing about my BIKE, sharing those stories and lessons that led me here. I expect to do just that. And it's nice to know the work that I do here makes sense to you, that you get something valuable out of it. I love hearing that. It means a lot.

I also have some work to do. You asked for more news commentary, so I'll be focusing on ways in which I can do that better. I occasionally write about this, but not in the way I'd always like. So I'll be looking to add new Google Alerts in order to find articles that merit attention here.

If there's something specific you'd like to know more about, please let me know. If I've touched on something that's piqued your interest, and you'd like me to delve further into it, let me know that as well. My blog is only as good as the readers it attracts, and I want you to keep coming back--and bring your friends. I hope to continue helping you learn new ways of thinking about how you can turn your obstacles into opportunities. That's always been my focus, and as long as I stick to that, I know the message will be effective.

I am grateful for your visits and look forward to your next.

5 comments:

Ed Pilolla said...

what do you love writing about? i want to read about whatever inspires you. of course, i love your bike stores and lessons. but only if you love to tell them.

BIKE LADY said...

Ed, pretty much I love writing about how a challenge can be overcome. That's what the BIKE did for me. When I realized I'd transformed a physical ride into a mental one, that's when I knew what I'd be writing about for a long time to come. That was in 2004, and it appears my instincts were right. I've stuck with it. It's very much a part of who I am. Thanks!

Babette said...

I'll always be back! Thought provoking and making me examine my own life..

BIKE LADY said...

Barb, thank you. I appreciate your comment more than you can know. I remember the last time I saw you, and why it was meaningful to me. It was on the street in New York City. You were on your way to Starbucks. We exchanged some small talk, and hugged...I don't recall seeing you much more after that. Funny, huh?

Anjuli said...

love reading everything you write- so far!! Keep going and I will keep reading.