I just sent out an issue of my Support for ADD E-news. I always get nervous sending them out because I know I make typos and other errors. As many times as I check and double check I know there are some errors in there that I've missed. However, I choose not get stuck in the perfectionism mode and to send them out because I know they help my readers.

I often question whether or not my articles are "good enough" or if they really do help my readers though. I am always grateful when readers like this one send me unsolicited feedback telling me I did help them!

 If your newsletter is the first one, or if I've just begun to receive them for the first time, I just want to say THANK YOU for a short and informative little coaching session! Simple, and it sounds effective to me…… I'm sure going to try it right away. I've seen similar but this was the most concise and this one will work for me. I love having the "choice" – that darned timer always gets the best of me – it's both my enemy (when I'm in flow), and my friend (when I'm doing something I don't want to do ).

Have printed it off on paper,  to put right under my nose – or literally to carry around with me until it becomes a "habit".   And thanks for all the other info, too. 




    1 Response to "Grateful for Positive Feedback"

    • Terry Matlen, ACSW

      Tara, I always enjoy your Enewsletters. You’re authentic, humble and come up with great tips and resources. They’re not too long, so it’s easy for those of us with short attention spans.

      Keep ’em coming!

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