It's been seven months of blogging, and while I only wrote 24 posts, 58 had at least a page view (previous months: 54, 50, 47, 40, 36). Top posts this month were:
You Need to give High ROI gifts (like my daughter)
It's okay when your kids lie
How I'm going to improve my consulting business in 2016
Seeing as Facebook is the primary medium of distribution for these posts it's no wonder that personal posts win out over business.
Incredibly, Frontier revenue hit a record $199,485 for December, just shy of cracking the 200k barrier, up from $178,602 last year. Amazingly, this is while reducing the number of clients we have, including eliminating our two financial institutions that contributed hundreds of thousands to Frontier in 2014.
Clients also had a great month, almost all of them reported record December's online. Double digital growth appears to be the norm for all of our clients in the digital fundraising realm.
This month I turned 30 and spent a great deal of the month pondering the last year and the year ahead. I opened a couple google docs to jot down my thoughts and will share some of it on this here blog. Further to that, I've started a document on the year 2019, and I'm to do a better job visualizing a future year's specific details and how I might want to shape it.
Other than that, I've been reading and writing like crazy. I intend to share my thoughts on a few books, but the biggest one to stand out has been a book on Stoicism. It's really been a game changer for me.