It’s always interesting to see what I’ve written during the year that resonates with the widest audience. So looking back, here are the most popular posts I’ve written during 2016. There’s a few things for everyone, including some that would help your team, and some that would help you. Take a look, and see if there’s anything you may have missed – or might be worth reading again. And as always, feel free to leave your comments:
At the end of every year it’s fun (and educational) to see what the most widely read posts have been on my blog. Take a look at the list and take a moment to read them yourself. It’s always fascinating to see the areas people are most interested in. Here’s the list:
Ranked by page views, here’s my most read blog posts of the last year. Is the list what you would have expected? If you didn’t get a chance to respond, please jump into these conversations. Plus, I’d love your thoughts on the subjects you’d like me to write more about in 2013:
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