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For most of this year the readership, engagement and public commentary on the blog has been steadily declining. While it’s probably to be expected after 7+ years, it’s my belief that whatever use and value readers used to get from my research and writing, they no longer get. So, that suggests I need to either change things up in ways that actually do provide use and value for the time and energy people spend reading what I write each week, or I need to consider moving on and devoting my own time and energy to something that will provide better benefit.
Changing Things Up
1. It’s become clear that I’m not going to be able to read and review books for The Enchanted Loom AND do the research and writing for the blog every week. My own time and energy constraints necessitate that I do one or the other.
2. Nevertheless, I choose both.
3. Starting this week, The Enchanted Loom, a graphic review of neuroscience books that have profoundly influenced how I think about the brain and how its function can be radically set right, will be the focus on alternating Sundays.
4. Every other week will be a blog post based upon recent evidence-based neuroscience that will be framed by me asking one primary question: How can this information make people’s lives better? This will not only give me some part of an extra week for researching and editing, but the opportunity to go into subjects to much greater depth.
So those are the changes I’m putting in place beginning this morning. They will take us through to the end of the year, when, depending upon how things look then, I’ll consider making further changes.
So, with this bit of clarification, here’s a link to my review of Tara Swart’s, Kitty Chisholm’s and Paul Brown’s outstanding exploration of Neuroscience for Leadership.
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