I’m going to let you in on a little secret: Friday is my birthday.
I call it a secret because I don’t publish my birthday on Facebook. I always found it odd that people I never talk to in real life or never interact with on Facebook come out of the woodwork to say “Happy Birthday” like we’re best buddies. Weird.
You and I are superfriends, so that’s different.
However, I still don’t want a bunch of birthday greetings. I DO want something from you for my birthday, though. I want you to ask me a question!
Ask me anything. Ask me about Ordinary Superpowers. Ask why my book isn’t finished yet. Ask me about my business, my life, my dog, or my cabin. Ask me what’s on my bucket list. Ask me what my favorite color is. Ask me how I’ve managed to keep a business thriving for 17 years.
Just please don’t ask me to solve any math problems. I suck pretty bad at math.
I’ll answer your questions as honestly and transparently as I possibly can. Unless you try to sneak a math problem in there and then I will totally BS an answer.
Here’s how to ask a question:
1. Scroll down to the “reply” section.
2. Reply with your question.
I did this a few years ago and got some incredibly thoughtful questions, some very funny questions, and a whole lotta questions in between.
And it was one of the best birthdays I’ve ever had. It would be fun to have another one just like it.
So, go ahead, ask me anything. Silly or serious. Anything goes.