Laura Nestler

Laura Nestler finds inspiration

While I was feeling  uninspired and simultaneously stressed out about my turn to do this week’s Omni blog, this beautiful gem was delivered to my computer screen: 101 Fabulous Blog Topic Ideas by Molly Greene.

One might ask, “How was a blog ‘delivered’ to your computer screen?”  My response is simple; who knows and who cares!  I’m just happy to discover something special!

Like Molly, I needed some “sparkle” or a fire to feel inspired! Then POOF there she was. Like a beam of light shining from heaven…Topics GALORE!   She says, “Everything you think, remember, feel, or do is fair game – as long as your treatment of it entertains, inspires, or generates a positive emotion in your reader.” How awesome is that?!? I felt a whole slew of positive emotions after reading her post!  Thank you, Molly!   I hope my  post stimulates the same reactions. Or at the very least, I hope my post motivates you to feel motivated to learn how to become motivated. (Did that make sense?)

Was this a remarkable concurrence of circumstances that has occurred without an apparent causal connection; A.K.A. a coincidence? Perhaps? I personally think it’s more like…providence. The protective care of a higher power has intervened in my life so I could deliver on my promise to fulfill the shared responsibilities of our “Communications Group”. Are you still reading this? Did you enjoy the nonsense I just shared in this paragraph? Just checking…

In a nutshell,  this blog by Molly Greene is just one of her many brilliant blogs and it is by far the best post I’ve read in the past several weeks! Though it was first posted last September, the content is relevant and super helpful, TODAY!   Her 101 Fabulous Blog Topic Ideas and prompts are inspiring; the tips are easy to understand; and everything is doable !

I love it…it’s a win-win-win kind of post!

In her closing remarks she says “Reminder: Almost every post should include a question at the end that opens a dialogue and encourages readers to comment, plus a call to action (CTA) to subscribe to your blog.”  So … Read it, live it and love it! Then you’ve gotta tell me, was this a great blog post, or WHAT?