“Paging Mr. Morrow, Mr. Tom Morrow”

200th post

200th post

This is post #200 for “It’s All About The Customer” and I couldn’t be more excited.

When this blog started, I admit I wasn’t looking this far ahead. It was about today and not tomorrow. Well, tomorrow is here.

Let’s recap what has taken place since #1 was posted:

  • It took a month to get to my 1oth post (putting the vision in writing) averaging 10 visits a day.
  • It took 11 months to go from 1 to 100 (honing the vision) averaging about 30 visits a day.
  • Less than 5 months to go from 101 to 200 (cultivating the vision) now averaging close to 200 visits a day.
  • New Facebook Fan page (sharing the vision)
  • A book deal (broadening the audience for the vision)
  • Made for TV movie (hey, I can dream, can’t I?)

So there isn’t a pending book deal. Well, nothing signed anyway. It’s just talk. But talk that is fueled by having a passion for something and wanting to see that something become as big as it can be.

Does your vision have you looking forward through tomorrow? Or does it stop along the way?



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10 Responses to “Paging Mr. Morrow, Mr. Tom Morrow”

  1. jeff noel says:

    Slow & steady wins the race. Congrats on 6k/month.
    Isn’t it amazing to look back and see what was once a record setting day becoming a ‘slow’ day?

    • David says:

      Yes it is. About 3.5% of those are spam visits. And some of the spam comments are hilarious. But having a good platform (WordPress) and good plugins (Akismet) I can see filter them out maintaining the integrity of the site.

    • David says:

      Thank you Patty. When I have supporters out there such as yourself, I’m thankful and humbled. It’s not about me. It’s all about the customer. 🙂

  2. Donna Flanagin says:

    Really? Talk of a book? Seriously? WOW, I’m buying it.

    • David says:

      Donna, I laughed when a friend of mine suggested it. He has self published a book and really talked it up one day at the store. He said he would be happy to help guide me through the process.

  3. jeff noel says:

    Don’t die with a book in you.

    Outside a dog, a book is a man’s best friend. Inside a dog, it’s too dark to read. – Groucho

    • David says:

      One of my favorite lines of all time!!! You really know how to put a smile on someone’s face! 😀

  4. jeff noel says:

    a regular comedian, eh?

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