Today is a really great day… For You and For Me!

You see, I just installed some really cool video creation software on my Mac and I want to try it out.

Now, I could have just created a video tutorial on anything I felt like, something quick and easy….

but then I remembered something I read the other day (unfortunately I can't remember where!):

Don't Give Your Audience What You Think They Want…

ASK THEM What They Need!

Okay, so I've created this short, one question Poll that will take you 15 seconds to answer it.

Why Should You Answer This Poll Question?

  • It will take only 15 seconds and it's good for your karma to help others! 🙂
  • You get to direct me in creating the kinds of training that will most benefit you.
  • Answering poll questions is FUN (at least I find it fun).

Here's the Poll:  PLEASE VOTE (choose as many as you wish, but try to pick the subject(s) you REALLY want to learn more about)!


I'll post the results here and get cracking on your Free Video Training!

Appreciate your help!

    10 replies to "You Win in 15 Seconds!"

    • Hans Schoff

      Isn’t making videos fun? I’ve heard it’s even better on a mac, which is better designed for that kind of thing. Takes the fun out of guessing what people want when you ask them though (LOL), but it’s probably a whole more helpful and beneficial to just give people what they want and need, right?

      • Bob

        That’s what I think, Hans. Why waste time guessing when you can ask?

    • Rowena Bolo

      Hi Bob,

      Thank you for asking your audience. You are so right that we shouldn’t give the audience what we think they want, ask them what they need! 🙂 I answered the survey, hope it helps, and I look forward to your videos..


      • Bob

        Thanks for voting, Rowena… I’ll be releasing the results soon here on the blog. Always better to ask, don’t you think?

    • Jamal

      Grateful to you for introduction. Thanks and regards.

      • Bob

        You’re welcome, Jamal!

    • marquita herald

      Hey very cool Bob! Look forward to seeing your new video.

      • Bob

        I always find the best way to know what people want to learn is to ask.

        Looking forward to the results and making the training.

        Thanks, Marty!

    • Karen

      This looks awesome! Thanks for sharing!

      • Bob

        You’re welcome, Karen… hope you voted!

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