He is always on the lookout for how he can help the folks in his circle, and for how those folks can benefit each other. Amazingly, this is neither a conscious nor strategic effort on John’s part – he’s just wired to be helpful. At the close of more than one phone call I’ve had with John, he asks, “Anything I can do for you?”
Chances are, many of his readers have personally benefited from John’s unsolicited sharing of his knowledge and network. I know I have.
So let’s pretend for a moment that the roles were reversed and you were to ask John, “Anything I can do for you?”
Of course, he’d most likely reply, “No thanks. I’m good!”
So I’ll answer for him.
Yes, there is something you can do for John. Right now. It’ll just take a second.
At the end of this article you’ll see some colorful buttons that allow you to share it using Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or even plain ole’ email if you’re not into that new-fangled stuff. In fact, all of the posts on this site (over 150 of them!) now have those cute little buttons.
You like this stuff, yes? Share it.
Don’t make your friends rely on the newspaper or the evening news for info on Scottsdale issues. Find your favorite article and pass it along. Here, I’ll help you find one:
- Who couldn’t use a quick overview on the March 13th election?
- Know why Tony Nelssen’s friends look weary these days?
- How about hiking? Here are some great hiking resources.
- Have you seen this unique hotel near Old Town?
- Why doesn’t everyone love Scottsdale Entertainment District?
- Why we have low voter turnout in Scottsdale.
- How does redistricting affect Scottsdale?
Don’t like any of these? Did I leave out your favorite? Well, just take look in the column on the left and you’ll see “The Archives” of all the posts John has made since he began, listed by month. Look ’em over. Take your pick.
And then click up a frenzy. Go crazy.
That’s what you can do for John.