I don’t pretend to know everything leadership.  This past week has taught me that.  At the same time, I am inspired by the comments and replies that readers have shared with me.

“Your blog is absolutely excellent.  I just bookmarked it!” (Response to blog entry:  The Truth About Leadership)

“Greetings.  Really good weblog.  Definitely worth bookmarking.” (Response to blog entry:  The Truth About Leadership)

“You’re an excellent student who has a natural gift for language.” (Response to blog entry:  The Choices You Make…Define Who You Become)

“Hello there.  I am so delighted I found your site.  I really found it by accident, as I was researching something on Ask Jeeves.  Regardless, I am here now, and would just like to say cheers for a tremendous post and all around interesting blog.” (Response to blog entry:  Not Again!)

“Thank you for sharing this with all of us.  You actually realize what you are speaking about.” (Response to blog entry:  Not Again!)

“These include very nice ideas which I will try…glad I came across them.  Thank you! (Response to blog entry:  Faster – Better – Cheaper)

“I do not know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was good.  You will be a famous blogger if you aren’t already.” (Response to blog entry:  Consulting Talent)

“Nicely completed.  I adore your articles.” (Response to blog entry:  Leaving the Softest Footprint)

“I like your blog; will come back often.” (Response to blog entry:  Leaving the Softest Footprint)

As a blogger, I often wonder if I am writing for myself, and then occasionally, I will get  a comment or two like those above.  It makes me smile.  Thanks.  And yes, I have received two or three which are not as pleasant but I take those seriously as well.  My readers have spurred me on to write again.  Sorry I have been too busy.