I’m announcing the launch of a new initiative later on this week, an idea which helped to stimulate and inspire the weekly blog watch I write. I hope you’ll check it out (I’ll be posting about it on Wednesday). But even if you don’t, rest assured Edmonton content creators continue to wow their community with their thoughtful words and images. This week has a lot of diversity and interesting topics!
Remember, you can always suggest content for the Edmonton Blog Watch using our handy submission form.
Here are my picks from last week, in no particular order:
- Trent Wilkie wrote about how we should be supporting artists (right now, we’re doing it wrong).
- Nadine Riopel wrote about cause and effect in behaviour change, and how we sometimes target the wrong insight to get people to change.
- Jennifer Banks shifted her thinking last week about the way she rewards herself and her kids.
- Mack Male wrote about his positive experiences sitting on the EPCOR Community Essentials Council.
- Robin Brownlee points out that hockey fans will come crawling back then the lockout ends, just like they always have.
- Gord Lacey had a great customer service experience at Threadless. Good customer service goes a LONG way.
Photo by Dave Cournoyer on Flickr. Used under Creative Commons License.