Is it weird to wish myself a happy birthday?
I turn 42 on Tuesday, December 6th.
The conversations with my kids have become outrageously cute. In particular, my son Logan seems to have a strong interest in what I do for a living.
Logan: “Dad has the best work ever.”
Matt: “Really, why do you say that?”
Logan: “Because you go on adventures in the big city.”
Matt: “I spend most of my time in the office. But what do you think I’m actually doing when I’m in my office?”
Logan: “You help lots of people using your computer.”
…Ok, close enough. I’ll take it. 🙂
(My son at his first business lunch in Philadelphia.)
On my birthday, I’m asking for one favor. Just one.
Can you tell me how Help Everybody Every Day has changed your life?
It could be winning new contracts, or getting meetings with clients, or working more effectively with your technical staff.
This year, I’m especially interested in hearing about how you’ve improved your proposals — whether that means you started a go/no go process, or stopped concentrating so much on bugdust, or made use of some of my writing tactics or formulas.
This is all I want for my birthday, and these stories are the reason I’m spending more and more time on Help Everybody Every Day.
When I say I read every single response, I mean it.
If my material has helped you in ANY way, please share your story in the comments below.