Michael Jensen and I were discussing yesterday that it’s harder to read and comment on content-based Blogs. You don't (and I don't) want to spend too much time reading, thinking and then commenting on a heavier Blog. That works for bloggers like Tim Challies and the Pyromaniacs. But for the rest of us: heavy content = less traffic.
But sometimes a Blog comes along where it’s good to read and comment - not just for its content (good), but for its outcome (a book).
So here is my commendation:
Read MPJ’s YOU Blog.
If you want to know why it’s important, Here is MPJ's plan.
And join the conversation late (don’t worry if you haven’t read the other posts).
And here is what to do:
- Ask a question
- Make a one-liner
- Tell a story
- Make a reference to a book, movie, song, poem or whatever
- Be critical
Don't feel intimidated by MPJ’s brilliance -- it’s all smoke and mirrors, really! :) He really does want collaboration and feedback on his work.