Chances are, if you are reading this blog on the day of my second post, you know me. I like that. This feels like a friendly spot already.
I also like it because I am still working to get this site looking and working the way I want it to. For example, right now, my picture shows up beside every comment. It’s a nice picture, taken by my very talented friend Kerri, but I really don’t need to see it beside every comment. Maybe by the time you read this, I will have figured out how to fix it. If you notice anything else that isn’t working the way it should, please let me know.
I wrote the post to run concurrently on Kevin Eikenberry’s Leadership and Learning blog. For the second year in a row, Kevin kindly included me in his Best Leadership Blogs contest. Being in his contests these past years has been a lot of fun: a chance to get to know other leadership bloggers and promote their work and a chance to find more readers. If you haven’t already, please check out the contest. I won’t even tell you who to vote for… just vote.
For the record, I don’t think leaders are superheros. Instead, leaders are ordinary people finding everyday ways to make a difference.
Tell me something! What do you like about this blog so far? What do I need to put on my fix-it list? Who is your favorite superhero?