Please Take My 2011 Reader Survey

I want to make my blog more relevant to your needs and interests. To do that, I need to know more about YOU. As a result, I have created my 2011 Reader Survey.

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Would you please take a few minutes to fill out the survey? By doing so, you will ultimately be helping yourself. Why? Because you will be helping me make my posts even more interesting and relevant to you.

Your input is important to me. The survey is easy to fill out. The survey results are completely anonymous. I can’t tell who said want. And it will only take five minutes of your time.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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  • SueB

    Thank you for asking your reader’s opinion. I do that on my blog but in a much less sophisticated way. My twitter name is missusb3. Thank you for the opportunity to win the audio Bible.

  • http://twitter.com/matt_steen matt_steen

    I love that you do this each year… looking forward to seeing what this year brings.

    @matt_steen

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I love doing it, too. The results are always fascinating to me. It is also GREAT raw material for posts.

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  • http://twitter.com/Juanbg Juan

    Thanks Mike – Great questions but more important is the fact that you write very valuable insightfull knowledge lessons based on your own experience. Your frame of reference lifts our spirits and touches our hearts to be and do good and also appreciate the gift of life and always very thank full to Jesus Christ.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Juan. I appreciate your kind words.

  • http://www.inkindle.wordpress.com jeedoo

    Thanks for your professional/leadership/spiritual postings, yet always so personal and approachable. @ jeedoo417

  • http://twitter.com/WeeRant MM Haddow

    Interesting survey, but as with all survey not every option covered. Blogging – I have spurts where I write blogs every day, then times when it’s every week, then monthly, then it gets pushed to the back because other things crowd in, then I start all over again. Doing much better with the photo blog – every day with a few lines of thought or reflection. Maybe an area you could consider. Twitter name – Wee Rant.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I should probably add an option that is just, “sporadic.” Thanks.

    • http://twitter.com/speli Elke Speliopoulos

      I agree. I am the same way. I have months where I don’t touch my blog(s), and then I have time and inspiration to blog. My recipe blog is currently getting the most attention. It must be winter, and the thought of comfort food is high. ;-)

  • http://twitter.com/animusproject The Animus Project

    Michael, you’re a first class guy. Keep up the stellar work.

  • http://www.happilymarriedafter.org David Patrick

    I have taken the survey. And subsequently also signed up for Survey Monkey. (i’ve been looking for a good survey site!) My twitter handle is @DAVIDLPATRICK

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I have been using SurveyMonkey for about three years. Love it!

  • Chrysannet

    Glad to complete your survey. Your blog is one of the best out there. I have learned so much from your consumer and your leadership posts. I am becoming a better blogger by following you.

    • Chrysannet

      My Twitter name is chrysannet

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for that. I appreciate it!

  • Alex Thynne

    Easy to fill in survey using Jaws for Windows screenreading software for blind and low vision people

  • J Radosevich

    I need to do surveys more often in multiple different venues.

    @jaredradosevich

  • http://www.flatroofguys.com Roger Bertolini

    Thanks for the opportunity. This is the third or fourth time I’ve encountered Survey Monkey – they do a good job. -@flatroofguy

  • Ryan Salomons

    Thanks for the great insights on leadership and productivity, always insighful and easy to implement.

    @ryansalomons

  • Colin Paine

    Only just found this site in the past month because a friend recommended it. Wish I had found it ages ago.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Colin. Fortunately, every post I have ever written is in my Archives.

  • Alanbentrup

    Great blog, and this will only make it better!

    @alanbentrup

  • http://www.hecalledianswered.com Mary West

    Thank you for the survey. I enjoy keeping posted on your site. I learn so much from you and I appreciate your wisdom. My twitter name is joyfuljournies.

  • Kensimprudential

    Hi Michael,
    Your blog is impacting lives even though I just start reading it less than 1 month. I recommended your blog to a blogger friend and she had good reviews of it. I even encouraged her to consider writing books! :-)
    Ken Sim

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for valuing our opinions. Twitter name is @sundijo.

  • http://twitter.com/SGOODR Steven Goodrich

    @sgoodr

  • Shari

    I enjoy reading your blog and appreciate your open and honest writing. You asked how many blogs we subscribe to. You might also ask how many we actually READ that we subscribe to, because for me, that number is different. Especially I actually read less of the ones that I receive via RSS feed for some reason. Anyway – yours I always read. Thank you! @ShariRisoff

  • Lu

    This is great! @lucrecerbraxton

  • Renae

    Twitter name @mochableu

  • http://twitter.com/eleroo34 Lisa

    Great survey questions

  • http://twitter.com/PraiseAndCoffee Sue Cramer

    Thanks for all you do to help writers. @praiseandcoffee

  • http://twitter.com/vwmashni Victor Mashni

    Thanks for asking. Enjoy your blogs, use them to circulate to my peers often.

  • http://uma-maheswaran.blogspot.com/ Uma Maheswaran S

    Good platform to share my opinion. Thanks for the survey Mike. You are an inspiration to me. Nice method to undertand the pulse of the readers and followers.

    Expecting more ineresting stuff to come in the following weeks.

    @mahez007

  • http://twitter.com/tommylane Tommy Lane

    I completed your 2011 Reader Survey, Mike. Thanks for the opportunity to win the audio Bible.
    Twitter name: tommylane

  • Armando

    The blog’s vision is awesome. Michael has a very nice writing.

  • Cheryl

    I appreciate you asking for your reader’s opinion. I read several blogs daily and yours is on the top of my list. @CherylLuke

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Cheryl. That is quite a compliment!

  • http://twitter.com/lincolnparks lincolnparks

    This is an awesome way to get to know your blog readers better. I love the fact that the you engage your readers. My daughter loves us to tell her Bible stories, so this just adds to the story telling. Love your blog and your message.

  • http://reflectionswithcoffee.com BettyMc

    Filled out the survey — but I don’t need the audio Bible (I’m deaf). Sure do enjoy your blog!
    @BettyMc

  • http://twitter.com/dsantistevan David Santistevan

    Thanks for the survey Mike. Your blog is one of the best.

  • Cat

    Took the survey. Appreciate the opportunity to influence your blogging. Your blog is a daily must for me I have come to rely on your insights and daily current events culling to help me stay relevant It’s like I have an e-mentor.

    @catlrussell

  • http://mirrorsandwindowsnow.blogspot.com/ Alicha

    What a great survey! I saw a couple of areas I’d like to improve in myself! (I was an English Lit major in college and I never read anymore…with 2 kids under 5 it’s rather difficult…but I MISS IT!)
    I enjoy your blog. It’s filled a void since Chip MacGregor went AWOL. By that admission, you get an idea of my life position so your blog doesn’t match up with my life a lot…and most of the Leadership posts I forward to my husband and my brother, the true leaders in my life…but on the other hand maybe your blog makes me a better follower, and better able to recognize good leaders. Thanks Mr Hyatt!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I wish Chip would come back t the blogosphere. I always enjoyed his take on things.

      • Alicha

        Your reply reminds me…I also appreciate your graciousness; it is ever present in your posts. Thank you!

  • Cassie Pelan

    @cassiepelan

  • http://missionalmamassoul.blogspot.com/ Amy

    Survey done, looking forward to seeing the results.

    @MissionalMama

  • http://digitaltraveller.org Chris Johnston

    Thanks. It is nice to see someone getting some information from their readers so they know how to best serve them with the content they need or want.

  • Monica

    I regularly read your blog and find topics of interest to me and am usually encouraged to do more each day as I work and live for Christ. twitter name–teaandbooks

  • http://twitter.com/andydepuy2012 Andy Depuy

    Thanks for listening to your readers.

  • http://www.thepoint-leah.blogspot.com Leah Adams

    Off to complete the survey and tweet about it. Twitter name: PointMinistries.

  • http://successbeginstoday.org/wordpress John Richardson

    Thanks for getting our feedback, Michael. Your blog has exploded this new year. Not only do you have a great leadership site, you also have great conversations. I have no idea how you keep up with it all. Have a great 2011! (My Twitter ID is @success2you )

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, John. I really appreciate your active participation here. I am richer because of it.

  • http://www.hopefullydevoted.com/ Shelli @ Hopefully Devoted

    I appreciate your survey and your blog even more. Always helpful insight! – @HopefulShelli

  • http://www.worddazzle.com Wendy Scott

    Thanks for giving your readers a forum to provide feedback. I came across your blog through Writer’s Digest on Facebook and I’m glad I did. Your posts are almost always insightful, entertaining, and helpful. @wendymscott

  • Dhidey

    I finished the survey

  • Awfort85

    Andrew Fortenberry

  • http://joyfulmothering.net Christin

    Twitter name: @joyfulmothering

  • Beckster1024

    Just took your survey. Looking forward to reading your posts as I just found you via Twitter. My Twitter name is beckster1024.

  • Kevin

    I think it is great that you invest time into these kinds of things. I have learned numerous things (especially productivity items) from your blog and have also appreciated the links to your SIL’s and daughter’s blogs. My wife is in the same stage as your daughters with our 3 daughters and is benefiting from those as well.

    @kevin_gillen

  • Kleslie

    Thanks for leading. Twitter: kathleslie10

  • http://granjansjoy.blogspot.com Jan

    Michael – Thank you for the opportunity of the gift. I’ve always liked your blog’s leadership posts. And I do love a good survey – this one was exactly the right length. One thing was missing for me, however, under church activity – I couldn’t check a box for lay leaders or pastor’s wives! I am the women’s ministry director as well as the worship pastors/executive pastor’s wife, but not on paid staff – you know the whole “two for one” concept :) May God bless you!

    • http://granjansjoy.blogspot.com Jan

      And my twitter name is @JanMorton

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      That is one of the most important roles in the church. Thanks for serving your church in this way.

  • Tim

    Really enjoy the blog.
    @tgarnto

  • Papadonwhite

    Thank you for the opportunity to share my thoughts! It is refreshing to see the email from you notifying me there is another post to read. Thank you for your insights! Many blessings to you from PapaDonWhite!

  • Joy Canupp

    Thanks for the opportunity to share info through the survery.

    I’ve been using Survey Monkey for a few months in my church setting ~ I value feedback for all sorts of things! I would be very interested in you sharing some posts on how you dissect your results and use them most beneficially.

    • Joy Canupp

      I tweeted @allpurple

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      We typically use surveys after every big meeting at Thomas Nelson. It really helps us understand where we can improve.

  • http://twitter.com/StephanieLJones StephanieLJones

    You have a great blog, and I appreciate the time you take out of your schedule to help enrich the lives of other people. My husband and I were just saying this morning that it’s great to share information with others that can help them spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically! You can give someone $1,000 or you can share information with them that will help them make $1,000,000! My Pastor actually quoted one of your blog post in a recent sermon and posted a link to your site on his fb page. Have a GRAND weekend!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am always humbled when I hear that a pastor quoted me. What an honor.

  • Anonymous

    As always, great stuff! Thank you.

  • Rich

    Rockin-> glad to help and enjoy the blog, particular insight into how you use the demographics to market it…. (@richedwards)

  • Mbrown

    Great survey!
    @marcusrbrown

  • http://twitter.com/rtaylor913 rtaylor913

    I appreciate your annual survey. I see you do make changes based on answers which is why your blog continues to excel year after year. It never gets stale as many do.

    @rtaylor913

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I hope that is true. I really want it to be more and more helpful.

  • http://twitter.com/rtaylor913 rtaylor913

    I always appreciate your annual survey. I see changes come each year from readers’ comments. That’s why content is always revelant and your blog is never stale.

  • http://twitter.com/Serene_streams Renata

    Enjoyed doing the survey ~ glad I could be of help. :-)

    • http://twitter.com/Serene_streams Renata

      @serene_streams

  • http://levittmike.wordpress.com/ Michael Levitt

    Twitter name is levittmike. Thank you for your blog, your tweets, and your leadership to your loyal readers. Blessings on your weekend!

  • Patlayton

    Done!
    My Twitter name is patricialayton.
    Thanks for the Survey Monkey training, just another great take-away from your blog.
    I am all set for my own survey!
    Happy Saturday.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Feel free to borrow any of my questions that you find relevant!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Feel free to borrow any of my questions that you find relevant!

  • Anonymous

    Oops! Almost forgot: @JebairePublish

  • http://twitter.com/lovinglyyoursG Georgiana

    Thank you for doing a survey as I enjoy reading your posts ~ they have been very encouraging and inspiring to me. :-) @lovinglyyoursG

  • http://twitter.com/thephonetree Kim Teamer

    Thank you for caring about what your readers have to say. I truly appreciate your willingness to share information so freely. I have enjoyed learning from you.

  • http://twitter.com/LLadylaw Fegins (Faygo)

    Thank u for your wise points on twitter which will lead me to read your blog on occasion. I will have to do it more often.Stephanie highlights a lot of your commetns on fb. Thanks for having a concern for meaningfully engaging your reader/audience.
    I am LLadylaw on twitter

  • Kgoza

    I have enjoyed all your blogs and tweets. They have helped me to personally grow and have encouraged my life.

  • http://mattbortmess.wordpress.com/ matt bortmess

    always enjoying your posts…
    @mbort

  • http://www.sanctuarybv.com KOrtenblad

    Good morning Mike, My wife and I attended “re:create” this past week. I am very new to blogs, twitter, etc. I do, however, plan on wiping the cobwebs out of the grey matter, and take on new technologies. I do feel that this could be an integral part of connecting with potiential customers. My wife and run a pastor’s retret in Buena Vista, Co. God lead us here to build this, but it is our responsibility to inform as many chruch leaders as we can, in all of the ways that available to us. SO this being said I will be taking an active step towards expanding my horizons. Thanks Mike, I appreciated your presentation at re:create. Signed Kevin Ortenblad

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Kevin. I had a blast at Re:create myself. I thought this was the best year ever.

  • Mcclanton

    Thank you for the survey– it helps me feel like I’m more connected to the content here. @mcclanton

  • Tinabheart

    I truly appreciate the ministry that you are providing through your blog. @tinamburkhart

  • http://twitter.com/DeniseMcClain Denise McClain

    Thank you for asking us to take this survey. While I’ve read that you have asked for one before, I haven’t seen the results, so it will be interesting to see what those results are and what you will do with the data you’ve collected. It’s wonderful that you are giving away the WOP Audio Bible! I’ve listened to some of it and it’s an amazing and dynamic production! It truly makes the Bible come alive.

    @DeniseMcClain

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I plan to blog about the results. I can’t wait to learn from them myself.

  • http://www.midlandjack.blogspot.com Jack Hager

    If I only have a few moments in the “blog reading” slot, yours is one of the two I prioritize. A couple decades ago I interviewed you, via phone, when I hosted a call in program on the Family Life Network, and have been a fan ever since…blessings! My twitter id is midlandjack

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Jack. I appreciate that.

  • Anonymous

    I have just completed the survey – my Twitter name is HisFireFly – I also shared this on Facebook

  • Dwight Reid

    I always enjoy reading your posts. Your blog has been a great blessing. @dwightreid

  • Olivia

    Really enjoyed being able to give you a little feedback. Your blog always makes me think! ohart15

  • http://twitter.com/lancecashion lance cashion

    Over the last couple years, I’ve learned a lot here. It was not until I landed here that I ‘got a clue’ about proper blogging. (Still trying to get it right) When people talk about quality blogs, I point them here.

    Keep up the good work, Michael.

  • http://twitter.com/B_Schebs B_Schebs

    Thanks for the chance to let you know how we really feel. :) Look forward the the great ideas and changes that come from this! B_Schebs

  • Tracy Smith

    Thanks for the chance to win the audio bible and for inspiring us with your blog! I don’t tweet but will post link on FB. thanks again!

  • Luis Estrada

    This is the first time I see a blogger asking his readers to fill out a survey on how to improve the blog. Cool idea. Thanks for the opportunity to provide feedback in this way and would be fascinating if you could share some of the results from your analysis. My Twitter name is luis_turrialba

  • Paul C

    You’re a remarkable business leader to be so accessible, and your blog is a great resource. Thanks for your time.

    @pbcarlsen

  • http://twitter.com/theronmathis Theron Mathis

    It’s rare I don’t find a post relevant to my life and interest. Thanks for the work you do here.

  • http://twitter.com/chrisrwesley Chris Wesley

    I appreciate you asking us for your feedback, makes me feel involved. I like the blog, love seeing your updates on twitter and then checking it out. Also thank you for reposting, it helps catch up on something I may have missed or I’ll read it again and get something new. Would love to maybe catch some video blogging because I love what you had to say on the Catalyst Podcast.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I have thought about video blogging or podcasting. I just want to make sure I have the time to follow through if I am going to do it.

  • http://twitter.com/rikerjoe Joe Williams

    I enjoy your blog, Michael. Thanks for sharing your insights.

  • Heather

    Such great questions to be helpful in posting… Maybe something I’ll do when I feel the Lord sending me back to blogging. For now I’m on an unknown amt of time sabatical with my blog; but am using my tumblr, if can ever fully figure it out-that be great. Sorry – now I’m rambling.

    My twitter: @hljourney

  • Agsteward

    Interesting survey Michael. Hope it’s helfpful. My twitter acct is inactive.

  • http://twitter.com/JHaskellTweets Jonathan Haskell

    Really enjoy the blog. Thanks.

  • Davisduke

    Love your blogs

  • Erika Faye

    my tweet’s erikafaye88

  • http://twitter.com/stevencbradley Steve Bradley

    Thanks, Michael. I appreciate your blog, and especially your approach as a Christian businessman to all things in business. The transparency you bring to your blogging is great!
    I am stevencbradley on Twitter.

  • http://twitter.com/n8dunn Nathan Dunn

    Great idea to survey your readers, and you included some interesting questions. Keep up the good work, Michael, as you have one of the best blogs going.

    @n8dunn

  • http://twitter.com/mrjke Mrjke

    You all ways give me food for thought twitter id is mrjke

  • Kathy

    Thanks for the opportunity to participate. I always learn so much from the surveys I do on mu own blog and it’s great to see others doing this as well. Thank you for all that you contribute as well.

  • Frjames

    Thank you for all the social media help over the years. Your blog has felt like a personal tutorial to understand, frame and use social media.
    @frjamescoles

  • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

    This is the first survey I’ve filled out for you. Looking forward to seeing how it turns out. Thanks!

    @randleman

  • http://twitter.com/speli Elke Speliopoulos

    It wasn’t easy to come up with an idea to improve your blog, but then it suddenly dawned on me what makes me read your blog more than others. YOU. (from @speli)
    P.S. By the way, you asked whether people are active on Twitter. If they said no, how will Lindsey notify them if they won? :-)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Wow! Thanks.

  • Jasonbatt

    Jasonbatt on twitter. Thank you for your blog and podcast!

  • Bkstokes

    I really appreciate the company that you work for because you make yourself accessible. I took the survey – twitter name @bkstokes

  • Melinda Lancaster

    I enjoy your blog!
    @heartcures

  • http://tasramar.com tasra

    Great survey. Easy to fill out and relevant questions. Look forward to seeing how you tailor the content in the upcoming year.

    @tasradawson

  • JamesWilliams

    I honestly don’t remember how I ran across this blog, but now I follow @MichaelHyatt on Twitter and have thoroughly enjoyed it. I’m @middletree on Twitter and blogs are middletree.blogpost.com and HighDefCulture.wordpress.com. Plus there’s http://www.middletree.net

  • Christiangolfer88

    @joshamorgan

  • Blair

    @btotherock. thanks for your regular blogs. i look forward to them each day and they are always helpful and informative!

  • Nancy

    Keep up the good work. Your online presences serves as a role model @NancyReece

  • http://twitter.com/nddenise Denise Moser

    I look forward to your posts and share them frequently. I’ve had friends thank me for recommending they follow you.

  • Anonymous

    Haven’t been reading your blog long, but do enjoy that you engage your readers and listen.

  • http://twitter.com/duffbert Thomas Duff

    Thanks for all the great stuff you post here, and for caring enough to ask for feedback.

  • 1701ca

    Thanks for the opportunity to comment on the future direction of your blogs. I really enjoy reading your blogs and look forward to see what 2011 brings in your blogs! : )

  • Chris Heck

    My second year participating in this survey. Thanks for extending the kindness and requesting inputs from your audience. @chrischeck

  • http://www.LovingCharlotteblog.com Keith

    Thank you for everything you share with us! @LovingCharlotte

  • http://www.duregger.net/ duregger

    Good survey… Thanks Michael!

    – @duregger

  • Anna

    great depth to your blog site. @scribanna

  • Ptedder

    I’m curious to see how the offer of a free audio bible will impact the results of your survey. Will you get accurate feedback? As a regular reader that would be my concern. My twitter address is @paulstedder.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Yea, I thought about that, too, after I did it. The only thing I was concerned about is that it might skew the number of Christians who read my blog. But after 700 responses, it’s about the same as last year. (95% of my readers are Christians.)

  • John Leonardson

    Your blog has some great ideas and relevant to current issues.

  • http://twitter.com/rhausler Ray Hausler

    Thanks for your blog. I love that it has great insightfulness while remaining concise.

  • http://twitter.com/katakize katherine prokop

    I enjoy reading your blog. Sometimes entertaining, sometimes educational. Thanks.
    @katakize

  • Joanne

    Enjoyed the survey, Michael. My twitter is @joannesher.
    Blessings to you.

  • http://twitter.com/Ron_Lane Ron Lane

    Michael,

    Thanks for all that you do and write on your site. My screen name is Ron_Lane. Have a great weekend.

  • Mar1949

    When I came across your name linked to Writers Digest, I thought you were part of the hotel family. I often share your posts on my Facebook account. Twitter name: maryingmire

  • http://twitter.com/DutchRiete Riete

    Hi, what a great idea to do a survey like this. I hope it brings you what you where looking for :)
    My twitter name is DutchRiete.

  • http://strategiclearner.wordpress.com John E. Smith

    Hi, Michael

    Like many others, I am appreciative of the opportunity to provide feedback to you regarding your blog and how you can make it better. One of the signs of a leader is a decided interest in seeking and using critical analysis of their actions and behaviors. Good modeling:)

    John E. Smith
    @stratlearner

  • http://twitter.com/silverpengfj Gail Johnson

    God always provides me with what I need when I need it. I’m glad he helped me discover your blog. I have a link to it on my blog which reminds me to read it.

  • http://www.gospellab.com Gospel lab

    I enjoy the community here.
    Some “Christian” blogs make me wonder if they are really Christian.

    @gospellab

  • http://2020visiononline.org Josh Hood

    I was stumped by your question, “How can I make my blog better?” I couldn’t think of anything! I finally just requested that you post three times a day. I can’t get enough! Thanks for providing relevant, honest, practical resources and information. @JoshuaMHood

  • Jasondbyerly

    Good questions, can’t wait to see what I can learn from what you learn from this survey. @jasondbyerly

  • melish

    My twitter name is @melish

  • Kai

    Hi Michael, I am not one to reply to columns but I have found that the more one reads about positive things, ie. leadership, mentoring, positive change, the more encouraging and positive one becomes. Thanks for your work and I will certainly continue to look forward to your column.

  • Anonymous

    @LaurindaB – thanks for the opportunity. Nice survey!

  • http://gatheringrubies.com Imjkgarr

    I took the survey but I don’t twitter. :(

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      That’s okay. There are still a few of you left. ;-)

  • http://twitter.com/angkbutterfield Angela Butterfield

    Great positive and informational blog! I look forward to it daily. Thanks for the hard work that obviously goes into your blog. I have taken your advice on improving and increasing the traffic on blogs to heart. Now to get time for thinking and get to posting more often with a little less content. I think it will make my readers happy to see me post something more often.

  • Anonymous

    I enjoy reading your blog, and I tweet at @apichea

  • Matthew Foo

    Have been reading your tweets/blog for more than a year now and it’s been one of the best things for me!
    Why? I learnt a great deal especially on leadership and productivity.
    Please keep writing, appreciate it!
    Thank you for this survey, allows me to contribute as you’ve done for me.
    Winning the audio Bible would be a great bonus!

  • Matthew Foo

    Hi Mike,
    Left out my twitter name, sorry. It’s @matthewfyc
    Have been reading your tweets/blog for more than a year now and it’s been one of the best things for me!
    Why? I learnt a great deal especially on leadership and productivity.
    Please keep writing, appreciate it!
    Thank you for this survey, allows me to contribute as you’ve done for me.
    Winning the audio Bible would be a great bonus!

  • bonniec

    Thanks for the opportunity to share my thoughts about your blog. It’s one of my favorites. Thanks, too, for the chance to win the audio Bible. I can’t wait to see what changes you make as a result of the survey. My twitter name is bonniejcrocker.

  • http://www.pinprickoflight.blogspot.com/ Sara Rassler

    Thanks for getting our opinions! I really love your blog and I talk about it frequently–especially the leadership posts. My twitter name is living_aLOUD. Thank you for the contest opportunity.

  • http://twitter.com/tlangejr Terry Lange

    Enjoyed taking the survey. It will be interesting to see the results sometime. Thanks for the opportunity to have a part in your blog. Thanks for the opportunity to win the audio Bible.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for your continued insight. Always enjoy reading! @michaelhyatt is definitely top ten blog reads of the year. Keep up the great work! @chanthachhim

  • Jamie

    Thanks for the opportunity to comment. I’ve been reading your blog for more than a year and have recommended it to many other folks. During Fall 2010, I began working my leadership team through the “Purpose, Values, Vision, and Strategy” development process you described in this post: http://michaelhyatt.com/question-6-which-is-most-important%e2%80%94mission-core-values-or-vision.html. It’s still a work-in-progress for us. Thank you for providing meaningful content on a consistent basis. @jamiedperry

  • Kenlperry

    Appreciate your insight and openness about your life.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the opportunity to offer feedback.

    I tweeted as @CFlemmingVisual.

  • Benoit Philippe

    Michael, I am really enjoying your blog and was happy to answer your survey. My Twitter name is @MyFrenchEasel. Thank you again for the great blog posts. Benoit

  • Jas_m_d

    Michael, Thank you. I just found your blog and will continue to follow. Thanks for your devotion and leadership. God bless! Twitter @jellgarcia.

  • Jared Ewing

    Thanks for asking our opinions. I really enjoy your blog! @JaredEwing

  • Andrew Acker

    This post is one of the many that show the great leadership attributes of Michael Hyatt. Blogs are so often “let me tell you what I know” but Michael writes to his audience and takes great effort in getting to know his readers.

  • Jeremyevans

    Twitter name is @jeremyevans

    Thanks for this blog!

  • http://undergodsmightyhand.blogspot.com Caroline

    Thank you for valuing readers’ opinions. Your blog regularly provides practical tips, encouragement, and shows how your faith shines through every part of your life.

    It’d be interesting to read a summary of some of your reader demographics, like what percentage of readers use Twitter, blog, etc.

    I have tweeted this opportunity. My twitter name is @Keep_Tha_Faith.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I plan to blog about the results. I am interested to see how they have shifted (if they have) from last year.

  • http://www.meganstrange.com Megan Strange

    Thanks Mike for your commitment to excellence in all that you do! twitter name:meganstrange

  • Michael

    Thanks for the opportunity to help shape your ministry. I look forward to more great blogs.
    Blessings,

    @mishana

  • http://twitter.com/ChadEBillington Chad Billington

    Took the survey today. Thanks for asking for feedback. I’ve been reading for a month now. Great material. I’ve recommended it to my church staff repeatedly (and covertly used ideas from here in discussions too). Thanks @chadebillington

  • Mark

    i enjoy your blog, Mike. you keep it diverse and i like it!

  • Mike Haley

    Michael, like many other people I have put your blog on my short list of must reads. You have shortened my learning curve dramatically in all the areas you cover (soc media, leadership…). In addition to the great content you provide, I came across a link (“software I like” section) on your site that may be the perfect solution to a difficult project. Thanks again. @michaeljhaley

  • http://www.GoDeeperStill.com/ Lana Vaughan

    That was a pretty straight forward survey. I read your blogs via my paper.li connection to your page. I’m in the process of updating my blog/website to Standard and loving the editors calendar feature. Thanks for doing the heavy lifting.

  • http://www.GoDeeperStill.com/ Lana Vaughan

    Amazon has discounted The Word of Promise to $94.49. Strange price.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      They have some inscrutable algorithm that they use on their pricing. I can never figure it out, but it seems to work for them!

  • Tom

    Enjoy your blog a lot

  • asacredrebel

    Thank you for your blog and asking for your readers opinions. My twitter name is asacredrebel. It is wonderful you are giving away the bibles for such a little bit of input.

  • http://writingchristiannovels.blogspot.com Katie Hart

    Clear, straightforward survey.

    @waterfallbooks

  • Lisa Copen

    I recommend your blog constantly. I have said, “This man has no reason to be able to find the time to blog daily–especially good blogs–so when he writes, I listen, because he is obviously doing a lot right!”

    @lisajcopen

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Lisa. I appreciate you making time to read my ramblings!

  • Mark Modesti

    I often recommend to business clients and associates that they read your blogs. I find them thoroughly practical and “field tested” I really think its great that you manage to share yourself in this way, even as a busy executive. Its inspiring.

  • http://capablegarnet.blogspot.com/ Birch Kristine

    Thanks for blogging. I find your posts very relevant and helpful. @KristineBirch

  • http://emuelle1.blogspot.com Eric S. Mueller

    Thanks for doing the survey every year. My Twitter name is emuelle1 .

  • http://relevantbrokenness.com Marni Arnold

    Took the survey. Find me on Twitter here: @marniarnold

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for your gracious request for our input! @FGHart

  • http://twitter.com/jrheimbigner Jack Heimbigner

    I really value the things you share on your blog. And am thankful to give you some input to help you out. Thanks again, and I’m stoked for what you will be sharing with us this year!

  • http://twitter.com/Talentovnia Talentovnia

    Michael, done – with pleasure!

  • Coreyparish

    @coreyparish

  • Tim

    Took the survey. Twitname- tikesbestfriend. Thanks for your writing.

    Tim Dahl

  • http://www.sonfiremedia.com Vie

    Thank you for this blog. I read it regularly and often share it with friends. @Vie_Herlocker

  • http://twitter.com/DanielBecerra Daniel Becerra

    Michael, your dedication is inspiring. This is my favorite blog, it’s above and beyond in quality, both template and content wise. Keep it up :)
    @DanielBecerra

  • http://building-his-body.blogspot.com/ Anne Lang Bundy

    I appreciate that your leadership style remains so accessible, Mike. Thanks for the feedback survey.

    I’d be thrilled to receive The Word of Promise: Complete Audio Bible. Every time I listen to my New Testament Edition, I’m impressed by its quality (especially Revelation!), which well deserved the award as 2008 Christian Book of the Year from the Evangelical Christian Publisher Association. If I receive the Complete Bible, or eventually purchase it, I would certainly pass my NT along. And incidentally, I consider the NKJV the premier English translation. Nothing else comes close for accuracy, beauty of lyricism, and resource availability.

    ~ @anne4JC

  • http://twitter.com/DystopiaPress Dystopia Press

    I really like your posts on publishing and management topics.

    @DystopiaPress

  • Karen (@karensdavis)

    I think it’s so great that you ask for reader input each year. I look forward to reading about the results.

    @karensdavis

  • http://LookingForPurpose.com Dylan Dodson

    Your blog is great!

    @DylanJDodson

  • Dhawn

    Thanks for the opportunity to share our opinions.

    Twitter: shawnpmiller

  • Dhawn

    Thanks for the opportunity to share our opinions.

    Twitter: shawnpmiller

  • Kevin

    @OSUphidelt…..

    Just completed the survey (and 2nd year to participate). Your blog is one of the few that I read (via email) along with Seth Godin and Ron Edmonson. I also checkout LifeChurch.tv’s Swerve blog occasionally.

    One idea would be to create a Leadership / Productivity Podcast once a month. I absolutely love the Catalyst and Andy Stanley Leadership Podcasts.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I really should do a leadership podcast. Andy’s is one of my very favorites!

  • http://twitter.com/daron_george Daron George

    I looooooooooooove reading your blog, I have been reading it for about 6 months now.

    Twitter name: daron_george

  • Neal MD

    I appreciate the resources and time you put into your blog. Keep up the good, encouraging work!

  • http://twitter.com/andrejo Andrés Herrera

    Thanks for doing this survey. I always enjoy filling it out. My twitter name is @andrejo

  • http://www.pinchofthissmidgenofthat.blogspot.com Pkrains

    Just finished the survey… Hope it helps with your research and future blog posts. Blessings, Pat

  • http://www.pinchofthissmidgenofthat.blogspot.com Pkrains

    Michael,
    I’ve already left a comment and tried the link to Twitter (where you say: 3.Twitter a link to this post. You can do so automatically by clicking here.), but it didn’t work, so I just went to http://www.twitter.com and left a comment and your URL to this page for the survey. Hope that works for you (and for the free Bible!! :-)… Just thought you should know that the link isn’t working for some of us…. THANKS! Pat

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I think you already have to be logged into Twitter for it to work. It is working fine here.

  • http://twitter.com/JamieBell4 Jamie Bell

    Thanks for modeling how important it is to continue to improve on something that is already great! @jamiebell4

  • Kris

    Great blog! Thanks for the posts and book reviews! @avodaconsulting.com

  • Evdokia333

    Thanks and glad to have found the blog too! I listen to your AFR podcast which is just great too :)
    I’m @evdokia3
    Gonna read last years results out of curiosity now :)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am eager to compare this year with last! I can already tell there’s been some shift.

  • http://twitter.com/DrSteveGreene Steve Greene

    Good writers do frequent research into the needs of their readers. Enough said.
    Bless you a bunch.

  • http://twitter.com/DrSteveGreene Steve Greene

    sorry for duplicate. Twitter name

  • http://twitter.com/joraejohnson Jo Rae Johnson

    I enjoy reading your blog and I recommend it to my peers in the writing community. Thank you for allowing us to peer into the windows of your publishing house. One day I hope to be invited inside! Blessings (twitter – joraejohnson)

  • http://twitter.com/kevinhoogeveen Kevin Hoogeveen

    Thanks for caring about what we think and do @kevinhoogeveen

  • http://twitter.com/doughibbard Doug Hibbard

    Survey done, thank you for asking. It’s hard to tell you how to improve your blog when mine is much worse than yours!

    @doughibbard

  • Anonymous

    I’m a bit of an old fraud really, but I’d never actually buy a copy of an audio bible – I’m so fond of Paper (but not Perfect binding!). I love TN though, for the OSB alone. I followed the reading plan to do the whole Bible last year – thanks for that. The Beginners Guide to Twitter was very useful too.

  • Jeff Pinkleton (@PinkValue)

    Willing to do whatever I can to get people reading Michael’s stuff and seeing the resource he is!

  • Tessmallory

    Keep on blogging! :)

  • Edwardsdl6

    Well there is my info. Thanks for some great blogs.

  • http://www.dianestortz.com Diane Stortz

    Nice to be asked these questions. Fits with your “know thy reader” mantra too.
    My twitter name is DianeStortz
    Thanks, Mike

  • KevinS

    Can’t wait to see the results of your survey. Love reading your blog posts. @kevingsmith

  • Karlmealor

    Thanks for asking.

  • cdmeadors

    I did not know Michael Hyatt until after I signed up for Twitter to follow John Maxwell. He found me and followed me and I decided to check him out to see who he was. Wow! It was a life changing experience. I still remember I was in Wisconsin on vacation in 2009 when this occurred. I have followed Michael every day since and he has become one of the most influential people in my life and I have never met him (hopefully one day). What I like most is Michael adds value to many areas of my life. I really connect with him because I have interest in leadership, technology, productivity, health and fitness and now social media. I have completed three 1/2 Marathons since following Michael and will be doing my next at the Flying Pig in Cincinnati in May. I often wonder how he does it all. Maybe he can blog and tell us how he is able to accomplish so much in everyday.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for your kind words. I have been accused of having a clone. I wish!

  • http://twitter.com/john_gallagher john_gallagher

    Mike, I look forward to reading yoru results and seeing what comes out in 2011 as a reader.

    @john_gallagher

  • Jsorrells

    Twitter name TheKnifeTech.
    Keep up the good work.

    Joe

  • http://twitter.com/lucaswalther Lucas Walther

    I’m a relatively new reader, but appreciate very much your advice, especially in the area of leadership. Thanks for delivering it in a brief and easy-to-digest form.

    @lucaswalther

  • http://www.debkalmbach.com Deb Kalmbach

    Thanks, Michael! I’ve learned a lot from reading your blog that has helped me as a writer and in my personal life. I appreciate your commitment to providing quality content. I’m grateful for such an excellent resource to read almost daily. Blessings! Deb Kalmbach

  • Joni Ames

    Thanks for the constantly enlightening and always informative blogs! They are never a waste of time, and are often a help towards becoming a better me. Blessings!

  • Lydia

    Would have completed the survey without the incentive, but thanks for the possibility to win! You are my must-read blog of the day. Thanks for sharing your insights with us. @DiFrancescoLyd

  • http://www.joniames.org Joni Ames

    Thanks for the constantly enlightening and always informative blogs! They are never a waste of time, and are often a help towards becoming a better me. Blessings!
    @JoniAmes

  • Jaymie Dieterle

    I have a Twitter name but never use twitter. I am on Facebook, though, all the time.

  • http://twitter.com/michaelharrison Michael Harrison

    Thank you for asking your readers for their opinion. It was also an honor to meet you a couple years ago. I have been and continue to be encouraged by what you share on your blog. Keep twittering. Keep writing. Keep inspiring me and others each week!

    Michael (@michaelharrison)

  • Clinton

    Twitter id cthoma11

  • http://twitter.com/carrienmarc Carrie Longacre

    I have taken your survey, hope it helps. And i have tweeted this post. (@carrienmarc) Thank you for sharing such great information!!

  • Steve

    Excellent blog – I forward it more than any other.
    @wolfhillbiz

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Steve. I appreciate that.

  • michael

    @michaelstewart

  • http://twitter.com/gprice George Price

    Thanks for the opportunity to have some imput in your blog.
    gprice

  • http://twitter.com/ReekersResearch Reekers Research

    I enjoy the blog and have put some of the information that you have put out to good use. I was glad to participate in the survey and appreciate the fact that you are gathering more information to continue to make the blog practical and interesting.

    Garrison Reekers
    twitter @ReekersResearch

  • http://twitter.com/ReekersResearch Reekers Research

    Read the blog and take the surevey

  • http://twitter.com/gprice George Price

    Thanks for the opportunity to have some imput in your blog. I enjoy it and find it very helpful.

  • http://twitter.com/rlorfing Russell Lorfing

    I really enjoy your blog and love that you solicit feedback from your readers.

    @rlorfing

  • http://parchmentgirl.com Kate {The Parchment Girl}

    Thanks for the opportunity to voice my opinion and win the audio Bible. I’ve really benefited from your posts on social media, and I enjoy reading the ones about publishing.

    My twitter username is @parchmentgirl37

  • Pwykoff

    Enjoy your blogs on leadership, you seem to know what I need to here!
    pwykoff

  • Luke Simmons

    Wonderful content. Thanks.

    @lukedsimmons

  • Mary Ellen

    I think it’s great that you are seeking feedback from your readership.

    @memusings

  • Anonymous

    Just took the survey. Thanks for your talk at recreate! @okjedi

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      You are welcome. I loved that conference!

  • http://twitter.com/comedyillusions comedyillusions

    Great idea, getting input from others. My twitter name is comedyillusions. We met at the Ken Davis Summit. (It wasn’t an option on the survey.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Cool. That was a great event.

  • http://twitter.com/bfrahm Brian Frahm

    @bfrahm

    Enjoy reading your tweets as much as I do the blog. Keep it up!

  • http://shine4himphoto.wordpress.com Nicole

    Thanks!

    @Shine_4_Him

  • Angela Gifford

    I took your survey! My twitter name is acgifford.

  • http://twitter.com/AaronSellars Aaron Sellars

    You are one of my top 3 blogs I read. Always love what you have to say. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Looking forward to what your survey brings to your readers.

  • http://www.geoffsnyder.com Geoff Snyder

    Cool survey, Michael. I just finished it and hope it helps you.

    Geoff
    @geoff_snyder

  • http://www.kendavis.com Joy Groblebe

    Mike – took the survey…thanks for asking my opinion! :)
    Best,
    Joy

    @joyjoyg

  • Anonymous

    My twitter name is jmiles_tms. Thanks for continuing to blog and share your wisdom with those of us who don’t live in Tennessee and can’t be a part of your mentorship group.

  • Greg

    I always look forward to reading your posts, Michael. You convinced me to buy my Macbook Air!
    @gpgrubb

  • http://rachelblom.wordpress.com/ Rachel Blom

    Great idea that reader survey, another way in which you truly engage with your readers. My twitter name is @themasterssheep

  • Rdmessner

    @rogermessner I am glad that I heard you in an interview, I believe on a Catalyst podcast. Love the blog & the tweets! Thanks for making yourself available & for sharing so much with us. Keep up the good work!

  • Ronnie Holbert

    I enjoy the ideas you post on Twitter. Thanks Mike @ronnieholbert

  • Msbush32

    Really enjoy your blog, have a great Sunday! Matt Bush (mattbush116)

  • Lynn Soss

    Thank you for asking. lynnsoss@twitter.com

  • Dana

    That wasn’t painful at all! :D Thanks for caring about our opinions and attempting to tailor your blog to fit your readership.

    @DanaPsalms139

  • http://twitter.com/ds_heck David

    I especially enjoy your real-world examples on leadership, publishing and op-ed’s – it’s where the rubber meets the road and makes a real difference for me. Thank you!!

  • Tara Kachaturoff

    I’ve been following your blog for years and really enjoy it. I believe I RT you more than any other person on Twitter. Your blog posts are solid, actionable and to the point. No fluff and really geared for getting value fast. They’re also easy to read/scan. All that counts in my book!

    My twitter name is @TaraKachaturoff

    Kind Regards,
    Tara Kachaturoff

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Wow. Thanks, Tara.

  • Kent Kingery

    Your blog is in my top five “must read” list. Thanks for sharing your wisdom and insight so generously. @kentkingery

  • Manfred

    Glad to help! @manfredheck

  • www.therextras.com

    Great way to spread God’s Word, Michael.

    Barbara @therextras

  • Michelles3

    I truly appreciate your blogs. They are so varied in subject and many help me so that I can apply them to my daily living.

  • jamesefleming

    Thank you for wanting your reader’s opinions. My twitter name is jamesefleming.

  • MNichols

    Took the survey. Looking forward to seeing the results. @MichaelENichols

  • Gary J. Borgstede

    Mr. Hyatt, my name is @Gary Borgstede and I want to personally thank you for taking the time to write your outstanding blog! It has inspired me on many occasions and has also provided me with some very practical useful information for learning and growing. In fact, along with my pastor’s encouragement, your encouragement to authors to write a blog inspired me to finally take the time to figure out how to create a blog in WordPress and begin. Plus, your very useful tips for making blogs better such as inclusion of a comments policy, effective author bio, the importance of upper right blog landscape, and more has helped me to make my simple blog a little bettter, although I know that I still have a long way to go. Therefore, I want to say thanks again for taking the time to help others in their journey of growth and development! You have been a real help and blessing! Have a blessed weekend!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for taking the time to write such an encouraging comment. I appreciate it!

  • Mjmoog

    I think it is important for leaders to seek quality feedback to better understand your audience. I would love to see your survey results and your thoughts on what this information tells you.

    @mjmoog

  • http://twitter.com/joshbaker51 josh baker

    Hey I took the Survey. my twitter username is @joshbaker51. I like how in-depth your survey was and how it hit many points.

  • Paulmiklautsch

    thanks for your continued interested in connecting with your readers. twitter name: paul_mik do you publish the results or changes that you are going to implement based upon the survey?

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Yes, I will publish some of the results with a link to the full panel.

  • http://twitter.com/treydarbonne treydarbonne

    Mike, always enjoy reading your posts!
    @treydarbonne

  • http://twitter.com/Serene_streams Renata

    Had fun doing the survey & glad to be of help.

  • http://twitter.com/ArthurRoyT Arthur R. Tymos

    Thank you Michael for your Blog and for taking the time to request input from your readers. Much appreciated!

  • http://twitter.com/ArthurRoyT Arthur R. Tymos

    Thank you Michael for your Blog and for taking the time to request input from your readers. Much appreciated! My twitter name is @ArthurRoyT.

  • Tommy Redding

    I always enjoy reading your blog. There is one note I would like to pass along though. The reason I follow your blog is because you started following me on Twitter. I’m not sure if it was because I am a pastor or what the connection was, but I noticed your name as a new Twitter follower of mine. As a result, I discovered your blog and have followed it since that day. It’s probably not the typical way to get blog followers, but it worked for you and I’m glad it did. I glean tons of information from your blog, including items such as productivity, leadership development, as well as new books I should consider reading. Your blog is very beneficial and from a ministry standpoint, I am very grateful for it.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      That’s good to know. Thanks.

  • Emily

    Thanks for the opportunity for your readers to give you feedback. That’s an awesome idea!

    @nemil

  • http://daughtersheart.wordpress.com AymieJoi

    So this was pretty quick & painless ; ) Glad to have the opportunity to help out and I look forward to seeing your snapshot. Thanks, Michael, for your transparent leadership. I’ve learned some good stuff from reading your blog about the kind of employer I want to be when I finish school & open a counseling center in a couple of years. @AymieJoi

    (BTW, the Twitter link you supplied didn’t work for me. Not sure if it’s me or if the link is really broken.)

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I think you have to be already logged into Twitter for it to work. Thanks.

  • Stephanie

    Always appreciate that you take the time for feedback! One of the things that makes you a great leader.

    @StephanieZonars

  • Rcbenn99

    Thanks for seeking reader input, my Twitter name is rcbenn99.

  • LBah

    It is inspiring to read your words when you post, and I am encouraged to know that leaders and positive role-models with integrity and honesty still exist.
    @bahoudl

  • No1jgirl

    That was the fastest survey with a lot of information :)
    My twitter name is no1jgirl.

    Blessings

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I’m glad it felt fast. I personally hate long surveys!

  • http://twitter.com/johnwaldo johnwaldo

    Thanks for the most excellent leadership (and life!) blog posts. Very encouraging and challenging. @johnwaldo

  • Benny Baggott

    I have been inspired by several of your blog posts and interested in several others. I appreciate the succinct format and thoughtful content and consider your blog one of my favorites for leadership and publishing related topics.

  • http://twitter.com/dltucker dltucker

    Cool, Can’t wait to see the results of the survey and go ahead and send me that MacBook Air when you get tired of it :>

  • http://twitter.com/fprescott79 Floyd Prescott

    love it. God bless!

  • Deiric

    Michael,

    I’m only reading your blog a few months now but it is an inspiration.

    Delighted to have helped with the survey.

    p.s. keep the blogging on blogging posts coming!

  • Namtrah_p

    I stinkin love this blog, as being relatively new in ministry it’s helped a great deal. And this bible would be such a blessing, thank so much for doing what you do sir!!!
    Twitter: USFBCM_Interns

  • http://twitter.com/drrandywillis Randy Willis

    Completed the survey. @drrandywillis

    A couple things I’ll add — I think I checked that I “occasionally” read on your blog posts (and maybe more now that the NFL season AND fantasy football is over!) and that I read them “on your blog.” I’d add that I follow your blog solely via Twitter (for whatever that’s worth).

    Also, I love how readable your posts are, which I know you’re intentional about (short titles, sentences, paragraphs, etc.). It’s a good model for me.

    Thanks!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for your comment on readability. I am still working on this, but I’m glad to know I am making progress!

  • J Bain

    I appreciate all the wisdom that you impart through your blog. Thank you for making the consistent effort to share with others your gifts.

  • janimar

    Took the survey and my twitter name if FreeMari

  • Jcbain37

    It is encouraging to see you continue to work on improving the already incredible content and learning found on your blog. Thanks for everything. Twitter name: jcbain

  • Anonymous

    Keep it up! Hope to run into you in Orlando next week. @wangbrian

  • http://twitter.com/foxbarb Barbara Fox

    I discovered your blog a few weeks ago on the recommendation of a Nashville friend and am finding it a real blessing. Thank you for taking the time to do this work.

    @foxbarb

  • Todd

    Thanks for getting our feedback! Keep up the great work! @dawgfan89

  • faithLOVE

    Awesome post! Check out a great Christian app on youtube…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0SXfjr2gtQ

  • Jcraft

    I enjoyed the opprotunity to participate. I do get a lot out of your blog.
    @jeffreycraft

  • http://twitter.com/rodneyeason Rodney Eason

    Michael,
    I recently searched for CEO’s who blog and the list was short. Of that list, many started blogs but never kept them up.
    Thank you for sticking with this. I am learning from your writings.

  • HLSails

    I love how you integrate your Faith with your work. I will enjoy listening to the audio of the Bible – thanks! http://timetosail/twitter.com

  • Jeremy

    a newcomer to your blog… I love your combining of wisdom and practical application (greater productivity). Thank you.

    @jeremywillan

  • http://twitter.com/NewEnglandHiker Roy Wallen

    Thank you for continuing to provide great content, thought-provoking articles, and relevent references. My Twitter ID is @NewEnglandHiker. Looking forward to more articles.

  • Robert Blackburn, Jr.

    Thanks for the Christ-centered leadership topics that you cover and for your information on the Vibram Five Finger shoes. I have passed some of your blogs around in our secular office hoping to show how we can make changes for the better. @blackburnmanor

  • Dawn Wyatt

    Hi Mike, I just completed your survey. Hope it helps. I also have a new blog, jewishrootsofjesus.blogspot.com, so I will benefit from your wisdom. Thanks. Also, my Twitter name is @jewishroot.

  • Elizabeth

    great blog! i appreciate your interaction with your readers :)
    @eayoob

  • Robert Thefish

    Twitter name is RobertWH2

    Just found your blog and will be adding it to my list to read.

  • http://twitter.com/indytide Scott Luck

    I love your blog. Thanks for seeking our feedback. @indytide is my twitter user name. Blessings!

  • http://twitter.com/GoatJerky Goat Jerky Sr.

    Yet another great idea by you getting our feedback and rewarding your readers. God Bless, craig @goatjerky

  • http://twitter.com/DanielHayes Dan Hayes

    I realized when I was taking your survey that I had never recommended your blog specifically to anyone. For that, I apologize…it is certainly very worthy of recommendation. I guess I just got lazy. I don’t know many people who read blogs or listen to podcasts. The people that I think could benefit from them don’t seem to “find the time.” I guess I just stopped recommending. As for me, I devour podcasts and blogs…thanks for all the content you provide.

  • http://twitter.com/GoatJerky Goat Jerky Sr.

    sorry, double post!

  • Tina Levorse

    I am always impressed and inspired by your posts. I started following YOU to learn about blogging for my church and how someone of faith does it, and I believe you’re a great role model for me to watch and learn. My twitter account is @parsippanymom. And BTW I’d love to win the audia Bible…good incentive!

  • http://www.thecrimsoncoveredfarmlife.com Amy ~ The Crimson Beloved

    I enjoy this blog because I learn things frequently here. I learn to be a better blogger, time-manager and leader. But most importantly, I learn skills that I can apply in my daily life which help me to become a better Child of God.
    My twitter name is @CrimsonBeloved .

  • Markferg

    Great idea to poll readers. Wish more sites did that.
    @arkstfan

  • http://twitter.com/adria_haley Adria Haley

    Great survey! Thank you for posting, Mike.

  • Jmsauer7

    Great worl Michael. I really appreciate how you can simplify and articulate your thoughts. jmsauer

  • http://www.jordynredwood.com Jordyn Redwood

    JordynRedwood

  • http://modernservantleader.com/ Benjamin Lichtenwalner

    As always, you are very generous. You provide us an opportunity to give you constructive feedback, ultimately improving our own experiences and benefits. And for this, you offer a chance to win a $149 audio bible. Very nice.

    I completed all steps and wish to be considered in the drawing.

    Twitter: @BLichtenwalner

  • Afmarble

    Just wrapped up the survey. Thanks for wanting our opinion. My twitter name is @afmarble

  • ke Reighard

    I appreciate the role you play in keeping me up to speed with important information!
    @ikereighard

  • Dave

    Michael, thanks for all the great posts and advice. Keep up the good work.

    Dave

    @davidpetermusic

  • Barbara Wright

    I am hoping the results are helpful to your endeavors. @BarbaraWright1

  • http://twitter.com/WJFINCH Bill Finch

    Thank you, Michael, for your ministry through the blog, I received it every morning and your insights into leadership and social networking are much appreciated. My twitter name is wjfinch. Bendiciones!

  • http://justinworley.com Justin Worley

    Thank you for your blog and your service to leaders everywhere. Twitter @justinworley

  • Polilla-Lynn

    Interesting survey. I read your blog as much as I can or what seems of interest to me at the time.

  • Lynn_A_Davidson

    Sorry, I forgot you wanted my Twitter name, which is not Polilla-Lynn… but Lynn_A_Davidson

  • http://peterpollock.com Peter P

    I’m so glad I posted my 2011 reader survey a day before you posted yours so it doesn’t look like I’m copying you!

    • http://peterpollock.com Peter P

      Ooops, forgot to add my twitter name:

      I’m @peterpollock

  • http://www.ergosphere.net Catherine Jefferson

    A blogger, asking the opinion of *readers*? Hasn’t somebody told you that’s not allowed in the blogosphere? @ErgoOne checking in here.

  • http://www.thedailywalk.net Adam

    I have really enjoyed reading you blog. Will you share any of the stats from you survey? Just curious…

    Twitter – @adamtucker

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Yes, I am planning on that. Thanks.

  • Scott W

    I just completed your survey. I enjoy your Blog when I have a chance to read your blog.

  • TCrew

    Great job with your blog.,,I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your insight. Keep up the good work.

  • Brent Wilson

    MH, it was a pleasure to fill out the survey. I have enjoyed your blog and appreciate the opportunity to provide feedback. Please keep’em coming! My twitter name is brentwilsonlife. Will continue to recommend your blog.

  • http://www.wisdomherald.com Dana Crosby

    Twitter: WisdomCalls
    Love your blog. Thanks for the great resources and wisdom.
    Especially admire your pithy brevity. Impressive! I don’t know how you do it!

  • http://jonmanna.com Jon Manna

    I love your blog. I frequently share your post, “The Beginner’s Guide to Twitter”, with others that “don’t get it”. It’s what got me using it all the time.

    Thanks for all that you do for us.

    @jonmanna

  • Kiran Joseph

    Comment: Hello. Me no twitter. Ha ha :) …. So I guess I’ll just have to buy the audio book, eh?

  • http://twitter.com/calinvalean Calin

    Just did the survey, interesting question out there. @calinvalean

  • http://jhwist.tumblr.com/ Henrik Wist

    Completed the survey. Looking forward to your analysis. Thanks for the great blog, Michael!
    (jhwist@twitter)

  • Ted

    Michael,

    Thanks for providing a great BLOG, I look forward to your posts.

    Ted
    @tedkinzer

  • Et

    This is awesome. Thank you for sharing your wisdom, i learn a lot from your blog.

    @etbal

  • http://elisafreschi.blogspot.com elisa freschi

    Interesting survey. I hope you’ll explain us how you wrote it and how you will interpret it. I am particularly interested in the subset of readers you seem to address with some questions (educated christians who have a leading role in their communities). I have (helas!) no twitter nor facebook account!

  • http://twitter.com/dominicrajesh Dominic Rajesh

    Thank you for asking for our opinion! Looking forward to more great posts from you! – @dominicrajesh

  • http://jaledwith.com/ Andrew

    I took your survey. Your blog is one of my favorites. Keep up the good work. (@jaledwith)

  • http://vvdenman.com/ V.V. Denman

    Thank you for all your informative posts, and thanks for asking us our opinion. :)
    @vvdenman

  • http://twitter.com/scottflak STF

    Thank You Michael Hyatt. Great blog and informative tweets.

  • http://www.deepandwide.org Pam Gillaspie

    Usually don’t take surveys, but have (and LOVE!) The Bible Experience and have been planning on buying The Word of Promise, too, which a couple of other friends rave about! Always find your tweets and blog so helpful. Thanks!

  • http://www.deepandwide.org Pam Gillaspie

    Me again. Twitter name: pamgillaspie. Need my coffee to be able to better follow directions. ;)

  • jordan

    great blog. I took the survey and my Twitter is @jordanthurmond

  • Victor Lee

    Your blog offers great insight and I am thankful for how God speaks through you. My cousin, Russ Lee, recommended your blog to me many months ago. VictorLee

  • http://www.benreed.net Ben Reed

    I’m encouraged that, as successful as your blog is, you’re still looking to improve. Thanks for putting out such great, helpful content, Michael.

    My twitter handle is @benreed

  • http://www.janellekeith.com Janelle

    Thanks for the opportunity Michael. Survey was easy. Pick Me!! signed thejanellekeith (twitter name).
    http://www.janellekeith.com

  • http://jennyrain.com JennyRain

    Great idea! I first landed on your blog from Lindsey Nobles… months ago. Glad I found you :)

  • http://jennyrain.com JennyRain

    Disqus just ate my first comment – grrr! I love that you do this survey – I landed on your blog months ago from @LindseyNobles blog. So glad I did :)

    @jennyrain

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I am sorry about Disqus. Usually, it is pretty well-behaved.

  • Matt Manes

    The reason I would love the word of promise bible, is because I just went back to school to get another bachelors to become a high school math teacher and I have an hour and half drive to and from school each day that I would love to listen to it. Thanks @ijusttweeted

  • Karry

    Quick survey with a possible chance to win a free audio bible ( The Word of Promise )

  • Teresa Bakker
  • http://twitter.com/bkcoleman bkcoleman

    Very much like your blog. The giveaways are just icing. @bkcoleman

  • http://twitter.com/bkcoleman bkcoleman

    Very much like your blog. The giveaways are just icing. @bkcoleman

  • http://twitter.com/DennisMuse Dennis Muse

    Thank you for the opportunity to win the audio Bible. @dennismuse

  • http://twitter.com/DennisMuse Dennis Muse

    Thank you for the opportunity to win the audio Bible. @dennismuse

  • http://tomjamieson.wordpress.com Tom Jamieson

    Michael, this is awesome. Thanks for being real.

    @pastortomjam

  • Emma Satchell

    Love it when people ask what their readers want. Great blog. @EmSatch

  • http://familysynergy.wordpress.com JD Eddins

    Just completed the survey. My Twitter name is jdeddins.

  • kyle isenhower

    Thanks so much! @kyleike2

  • http://twitter.com/CarmenBernalNOR Carmen Bernal

    Thanks for asking my (our) opinion and thanks for taking the time to share your heart and thoughts with the rest of the world ;-)
    my twitter CarmenBernalNOR
    Be richly blessed!

  • Dave

    Excellent survey. Thanks for seeking out feed back. @davegullett

  • Trevor Nashleanas

    I follow about 5 blogs regularly. This is hands down the best one. Why? Your blog is: Simple. Short. Slow. Simple in word choice. Short in sentence structure. Slow in transitioning from thought to thought. You get the point across without wasting my time. (I only skim most of the blogs I read for key points, I usually read all of yours for the reason mentioned above). @TNashleanas

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Wow. Thanks! That is a GREAT compliment.

  • http://twitter.com/sonnylemmons Sonny Lemmons

    This survey just represents one of the reasons I began reading your blog and keep coming back to it: you don’t write just to only “hear” yourself. You care about your readers, value our opinions, and offer concrete, solid advice. I am so thankful your site was recommended to me. @sonnylemmons

  • Kjrash

    Thanks for the insightful and thought provoking questions. Good survey. My twitter name is fudgie12. I enjoy reading your blogs and always come away with a thought, an idea, or a sense of well-being and peace.

  • Mreed247

    Excited about checking out your blog, just found it, thanks to my friend Sonny. You can find me on Twitter @mreed247

  • http://twitter.com/d_corlew Dave Corlew

    Thanks for seeking my input – a well written survey. My twitter name is d_corlew.

  • Pastor matt

    Took the survey @pastormatthew

  • http://twitter.com/NibbyP Nibby Priest

    Thank you Mike! Keep up the great work!
    @NibbyP

  • Mike S

    Thanks for the opportunity to participate in your conversations!
    Twtr name: mikes

  • http://thinkspurlove.blogspot.com Dbuckham

    Done and thanks! @dbuckham

  • http://www.yuzzi.com Rick Yuzzi

    Running a little late, but was happy to participate in your survey.
    Thanks,
    Rick
    @RickYuzzi

  • Mike

    Really enjoy your blog, especially your honesty! Thanks for all the lessons and being willing to share what you have learned and are currently learning with the world! – @mikehooperjr

  • Smoochagator

    Survey completed! Will tweet about it shortly…

  • Mephipps

    Thanks for always pouring out from your heart and passions in order to pour into so many others. It’s the essence of leadership with a servant’s heart. Keep it pouring…@mephipps

  • http://twitter.com/rphteach Mary Gurney

    Thank you for asking our opinions! I appreciate the time you take to respond to posts and to make comments.

  • http://twitter.com/obihaive Joseph Sanchez

    I appreciate how you’re always trying to make your blog better even though I think it’s amazing as is. Thanks for your willingness to serve others!

  • Andrew

    Michael,

    Your blog has changed the way I view social media. Thank you for requesting the input of your readers. I look forward to reading you post each day.

  • Pete Nicholson

    First year participating! @petenicholson

  • http://twitter.com/abbylive Abby Van Wormer

    I filled out the survey! My twitter name is abbylive. I enjoy reading your blog!

  • http://twitter.com/micahbgreen micahbgreen

    Michael,

    Thank you for your leadership of an organization that provides some excellent resources to the Church, and thank you for being willing to share your thoughts on (and experiences in) leadership with us! I can certainly say that I have been encouraged and challenged by your posts. @micahbgreen

  • http://twitter.com/manyhatsmommyMI Jenny Herman

    Thanks, Michael! I think your blog is fantastic already, and I have been recommending it! This is also a chance to thank you for mentioning the Women of Faith writing contest back at the end of December. I didn’t place in the top 30, but it prompted me to finish up an idea and get it out there! Looking forward to reading and learning more from you.
    @manyhatsmommyMI

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Great. I am glad the contest at least helped you in that way.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Great. I am glad the contest at least helped you in that way.

  • http://twitter.com/taterhouse Ryan Tate

    Thanks Michael.

    @taterhouse

  • Terri

    I appreciate your blog and have recommended it to others. I’m not on Twitter. Thank you for offering such a wonderful gift for participation.

  • Nicole Miller

    I adore your blog and love how you strive to serve your readers. You’re an inspiration for other writers, bloggers and leaders!

    nmillerbooks is my twitter name! Thank you!

  • http://twitter.com/Susan_Wilkinson Susan Wilkinson

    @Susan_Wilkinson

    The survey was fun. :) I forgot to say in the survey that besides the leadership posts my favorite posts are the more spiritual in nature. Those always seem to hit a high note with me. Thanks.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks. That kind of direction is helpful to me.

  • George Hanna

    Hi Michael,

    I really enjoy reading your blog. You’ve inspired me to start writing my own blog. Your blog about putting the big rocks in first was especially relevant to me because it’s so true: what doesn’t get scheduled doesn’t get done! So i’ve decided to schedule my saturday mornings to creating and writing my blog :) can’t wait! Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experience!

    twitter: georgehanna83

  • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

    Hey Michael, thanks for your blog (and the opportunity to provide some feedback). Your blog has been a great encouragement for daily life and a great resource in starting my own blog.

  • Dustin

    Always enjoy reading your blog!

    @dustin_bates

  • David Adeola

    @musco1003 I have been really blessed by your blogs which I started reading less than 2 months ago…keep it coming

  • Bianca

    @bcperez

    Thanks for asking :)

  • Sara Hill

    Hi! I just took your survey. My husband and I both enjoy reading your blog and get great ideas from it. Thanks, Sara Hill @scrhill

  • http://twitter.com/JimWeeks Jim Weeks

    Michael, as manager of the church bookstore, I always enjoy reading your blog. Its uplifting and a blessing to me.

  • Lindasandmann

    Thanks for requesting reader feedback – you have one of the most relevant blogs for where I’m at in leadership. Thanks! LindaSandmann

  • http://www.trinitybyte.com Trinitybyte

    @trinitybyte – Awesome survey!

  • Ben

    Your blog is my favorite and I read it almost every day. My twitter name is @bentune.

  • http://twitter.com/ThatGuyKC K.C. Pro

    Thank you for level setting with readers. I’ve been a regular for over a year and recommend your blog to friends and coworkers on a weekly basis.

    Twitter: @ThatGuyKC

  • Anonymous

    @MeredithTeasley – Love the survey. I’ve gotten many ideas for the survey I write for my office each year. Thanks for being so in tune with your readers.

  • http://twitter.com/ajpodchaski Alex Podchaski

    That was a nice easy survey. I can’t believe it was done with Surveymonkey. I am going to have to investigate their solutions more as I work on similar things for my job. I am impressed by your dedication to being online with all that you do. You are in my prayers.

    @ajpodchaski

  • Jill

    I participated in your survey. My twitter name is jillpottsjones

  • http://twitter.com/ryentzer Rick Yentzer

    Thanks for doing what you do. Relevant and informative.

    @ryentzer

  • Ashleymmoss

    Excited about the opportunity to win the Audio Bible! I’m a regular reader of your blog; first learned about your Blog on Twitter and excited to continue reading your insights on social media! @a_moss

  • marychambers

    Thank you for doing this again. Thanks, too, for your blog; I always enjoy reading it as it’s always so informative.

  • http://twitter.com/Realrawr Joe Carter

    Hi Michael – excited to give you feedback on your site.
    @Realrawr

  • http://twitter.com/DonnaPyleTX Donna Pyle

    You’ve got one of the best blogs out there. Keep it up. Blessings!

  • Ccurry06

    Took the survey, thanks!

    Twitter name: @curryestcurry

  • http://twitter.com/shonbradford Shon Bradford

    I really appreciate the opportunity to be a part of your improvment process. I’ve only been following you for about 4 months but I look forward to what is still to come from you here.

    @shonbradford

  • misty

    Michael, this is a great giveaway! So impressive! Whoever wins will be winning a great thing. I couldn’t agree more with the comments by “jeedoo”.

    FYI: I could not get the Twitter link to work so created my own message under the Twitter Name mistywgilbert. I also posted a link on Facebook. I will be broadcasting your giveaway on my blog too!

  • Rwarden1961

    Happy to offer my opinion on your survey. Just recently discovered you and your blog on Twitter. Thanks for the chance to respond. Here’s my Twitter name for the purpose of the Word Audio Bible drawing: @robinwarden

  • http://www.defineddesign.com Lisa

    I love the fact that I think your blog is perfect, yet you are reaching out to find ways to improve upon it. Thanks for teaching me that there is always room for improvement. @defineddesign

  • Mike G.

    Thanks MH!

    mlgregg

  • http://www.joshwoodtx.com Josh

    @joshwoodtx on Twitter. New to the blog…great stuff.

  • @hasbell

    I love that though you have a great resource here, you’re striving for better. Better communication, better development, better concepts that your readers are interested in seeing.

    In the age of technology, it is so easy to take this blog for granted. Accessible insight from a successful CEO on real aspects of business and personal growth. Thanks for putting in the time and effort for us all to learn freely.

    Thanks,
    @hasbell

  • http://twitter.com/fearingGod Daniel

    I appreciate your good, quality posts. They are informative and helpful.

    My Twitter name is fearingGod.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for allowing us to participate in your blog.

  • http://twitter.com/btminor Brence Minor

    I haven’t really read much of your blog, but now I plan to. Good survey questions!

    @btminor

  • http://twitter.com/Byrdman48 Chris Byrd

    My twitter name is @byrdman48 I am interested in publishing my new book with you guys. i self published my first as i was impatient but that is very difficult

  • http://astolpe.wordpress.com Angela

    I really enjoy your blog. @blessedamerican

  • http://twitter.com/rwhitson Robin Whitson

    Looking forward to listening. @rwhitson

  • http://www.shrm.org/blog Michelle Porter

    Thanks for your inspiring posts! I enjoy your blog very much, and frequently tweet it out at my account here: http://www.twitter.com/missionmusings

  • http://twitter.com/CurtisDonHurtUs Curtis Leatherberry

    thank you for the opportunity

  • http://twitter.com/CurtisDonHurtUs Curtis Leatherberry

    thank you for the opportunity

  • myMagen

    Found your site via a twitter post by someone else. Now I follow you on twitter, facebook and your blog. I have already learned some invaluable information. My twitter name is @myMagen.
    Peace and Blessings to you.

  • http://twitter.com/ronniereid1 Ronnie Reid

    Great blog! Thanks for listening to your readers.

  • Trusthimtochangeyou

    I enjoy your blog posts related to technology and new devices (iPad vs kindle) I also enjoy hearing about authors that I may have not heard of or read before.

    On Twitter, I’m @trusthimto

    Happy v-day.

  • Andy Newsome

    Thanks for taking the time to consider our input. My twitter is @andynewsome. I hope I win because I am an auditory learner!

  • http://twitter.com/hunthome1 Rev. Ron Hunter Jr.

    Thanks Michael for this post with the useful information as you work through your day. I have found your blog helpful and personable for productivity. @hunthome1

  • Tom Hogsed

    Thanks for making this available and I hope it helps you know us better!

    @tomhogsed

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=160801584 Deanna McCune Albrecht

    I enjoy reading your blog. Thank you for sharing your stories and insight. My Twitter name is @Deemms.

  • Jeremy Teran

    Cool idea, I think my son would be more interested in the Bible if he could listen to it on his iPod. Good luck to all commenters!
    @jeremyteran

  • Hogsed03

    Great blog that I was just introduced to by my brother in law!!! I’ve enjoyed catching up on your previous posts! I’m not currently on twitter. Thanks for letting me complete your survey!

  • http://www.davidfmckee.com David McKee

    Michael (don’t know you well enough to call you Mike, yet!),
    Thanks for the opportunity to win the audio Bible – something I was just thinking I’d like to have for my morning commute, by the way – but, more than that, thank you for this site and the great source of information and inspiration you provide. My wife and I are really enjoying your tweets and your posts!

  • John J Volk (gort999)

    I took your survey. If I win the audio bible I will use it for my Mother-In-Law who is bedfast so she can hear the Word of God read to her. Thanks for the survey and the chance to win an audio Bible.

  • Colin

    Thanks for your posts, they have been a big help! Continue doing what you are doing and God Bless!

    @ColinH80

  • http://twitter.com/ganns Ganns Deen

    Hello, I’ve completed the survey; this particular contest has forced me out of lurking. LOL I’m on Twitter as @ganns.

  • http://twitter.com/alangolson Alan Olson

    Thank you for your blog. @alangolson

  • http://twitter.com/AndreaAresca Andrea Aresca

    After many “purges” of my Google Readers subscriptions, your blog is still present and one of my favourite!
    Thanks you, Michael!
    @andreaaresca

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for that. I am glad to know I am still there!

  • http://twitter.com/LEdmondsbassett Lesley E-B

    Survey done. I wish I had more time to read your posts, they are so interesting. My twitter name is @LEdmondsbassett. Thanks for all the great posts, I don’t know how you find the time.

  • http://twitter.com/mdmaurer MaDonna Maurer

    I am new to your blog and I just noticed that you do this yearly. That is really amazing. Thanks for taking the time to write up a survey, to read it, and then make changes. I have enjoyed them so far and look forward to reading more this year!
    twitter name is mdmaurer

  • Veliahowell

    Thnx My twitter is Franvel. And thnx for your Book proposal fiction and non-fiction e-books, it is a great tool.

  • http://twitter.com/patgmac Patrick Gallagher

    First time visitor. Learned of the survey through a twitter post. I do see some articles I like though, subscribing to the RSS. Twitter name is patgmac

  • iGranny

    I loved that you gave opportunity to include the type of blog post that most interests us. Thank you for encouraging us in blogging, and taking time to teach us SoMe things that spur us on.
    I’m http://www.Twitter.com/SwitchingGranny

  • http://www.letsmovetothemoon.com Steven Rossi

    Thanks

    Twitter name: @SuperMoonMan

  • http://captainsacrament.blogspot.com Kyle_potter

    I took the survey. I teach college and work at an academic library, so I especially enjoy your posts on productivity and publishing. Like everyone else, I have a master’s thesis (gathering dust) that I just know would make a great book. Ha!

    Twitter: @kyledpotter

  • http://twitter.com/ktisallred Katie Allred

    Thanks for allowing me to help you out! My twitter name is ktisallred!

  • Carmenjoyce

    You have been an inspiration to me. I am 83 and have journaled for years. I have compiled these into a devotional book which I produced on my computer at home and gave to a few people. Would like to be able to publish it for future generations to read. That is in the Lord’s hands – if He wants it done He will provide. Thank you so much for your many insights. Especially enjoyed your insight re “introverted leaders”! Thank you for all you do. I do belong to Booksneeze. Recently was given a kindle so am starting some reading on that.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I love that you are 83 and doing all this. Awesome!

  • Cheri

    Great Survey. Reminder to do one on my blog! @advinthekitchen

  • Cheri

    Great Survey. Reminder to do one on my blog! @advinthekitchen

  • http://www.christopherscottblog.typepad.com/ Christopher Scott

    Hi Michael,
    I just completed the survey.

    Thanks for your great blog. I’m enjoying getting to read more blog posts in 2011 that you are posting.

    No need to enter me into the contest for the audio Bible.

    Thanks!

  • LexieS

    You were one of the inspirations when I started my blog in 2005. I found you via Barbara Curtis. You both used Typepad, so I went with them. (I haven’t followed you to WordPress yet. Typepad has great supprort.)

    Your blog showed the value of social media and how people in large organizations can use social media effectively.

    I’ve referenced your site at writers conferences where I taught on social media, to my Sr. Pastor as a model for his blog (and because of your leadership posts) and to friends.

    On a personal note, I value your parenting input, having 5 kids (4 girls) myself.

    All that said, keep doing what you’re doing. It blesses many.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Lexie. I appreciate the encouragement!

  • LexieS

    Oops! Forgot twitter name
    @thelexiesmith

  • CHDyer

    I enjoy your blog and advise on social media. I use Google Reader because of your suggestion. I admire your openness and would love to hear you speak sometime.
    Blog: http://www.CHDyer.com
    @CHiltonDyer

  • http://www.noxbox.blogspot.com Johan M

    Thanks for continually improve the way you share your knowledge with us. My wife and I have learned a lot from your blog. Keep posting!

    • Johan M

      Twitter name: @johannmurillo

  • Bwenman

    Mike – “How do I read your blog?” RSS , email or blog. Neither of those. I actually set http://www.michaelhyatt.com as my homepage last year because I wanted to have something positive to start my day every day. I originally had my home page set up as a news channel and found that I got lost in the depressing news that was happening everyday. I made a New Years resolution to limit the amount of negative “junk” that comes into my head, especially first thing in the morning. I changed my setting on January 2, 2010 and I don’t plan on changing it anytime soon! So thank you for the info, but you might want to add “other” to that question!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Wow! I don’t even have my own blog set as my home page!

      • Bwenman

        Haha! Does that make me lame?

        • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

          No, you are my hero!

          • Bwenman

            Well in that case – — I booked Governor Walker from Wisconsin to be the keynote speaker at a charity event in May and it seems that might just be a little controversial right now! Know anyone who could take his place??? Just kidding….. unless of course you do, then I’m not kidding. It’s crazy living in Wisconsin these days! Seriously, thanks for the inspiration that you add to my day – every day!

  • Amy

    I always enjoy reading your blog and I appreciate that you seek feedback from your readers. As on any survey, not all the options are listed. You might consider adding “other ministry leader” under church leadership involvement. It seems to jump from paid staff or elder/deacon to small group or youth leader. Leadership in other ministries is omitted. Adding that category might provide more accurate demographics for your survey.

  • Blair

    Always love reading your posts Mike… now if I can only get into commenting more!
    Keep up the great articles.

  • http://twitter.com/guymwilliams guy m williams

    Like all, thanks for this. I appreciate the opportunity to contribute. Plus, I enjoy reading the annual survey results post.

  • TheSaint08D

    Reading the results of your Survey was amusing to me because I’m the opposite of yourresults on almost every single question bar maybe 2

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