Saturday, December 26, 2015

Cry Room


Would you help me?

It's hard for me to stay focused on the day and what's in front of me right now in the final days before the start of a new year.

Is that a problem for you?

I've just about decided to put lots more energy into using either my Google+ Page or my SBCC Blog for helping foster more real help for startups.

Do I need both?

Doubles the amount of work, does it add anything at all to the experience for you, the reader?

Here are the ways I stay connected right now:

For Small Business Chamber of Commerce of Colorado, Inc.:
Google+:https://www.youtube.com/c/SmallBizChamberOrgUSA
Website: http://www.SmallBizChamber.org
Linked In: http://www.LinkedIn.com/groups/SmallBusinessChamber
Twitter: @IDEACafe

For Online Education:
http://Facebook.com/SelfDirectedEducation
http://Facebook.com/Colorado.Caucus.News
http://Facebook.com/UniversityofDenverNeighborhood
http://www.COCaucus.org

And a dozen or so others. You get the idea.

I need to either boil this down, or start viewing myself as a publishing company. Either way, I need help. Your ideas right now as a comment right here, an email to John@JohnWren.com or a call to me at (303)861-1447 would be very much appreciated.

Someone will undoubtably ask, because it's what we are all trained to ask, "what are you trying to do?"  Of course all of us are much better at asking this question than we are at answering it ourself.

But here goes. What do I want?

I want to start a successful business, which to me means it does Good Work:

1) makes a good living for everyone concerned with it, employees, vendors, investors, too;

2) provides a necessary and useful product or service that delights our customers; and

3) is an opportunity for learning and growth for all of us.

The purpose I've had of starting this successful business for the last 20 or so years is to strengthen the grassroots, the voice of the common person, in business and politics.

What a waste of time. I almost delete this. No one will answer my question. Almost no one will read it. But no, I'll keep it up. Can always delete it later. Sorry to have wasted your time.

Late for Mass... "Speak Lord, your servant is listening."