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So long 2020! - dayone, Issue #11

In December of 2019, I decided I was going to commit to writing an article a month on a topic I thoug
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So long 2020! - dayone, Issue #11
By Marc Kermisch • Issue #11 • View online
In December of 2019, I decided I was going to commit to writing an article a month on a topic I thought others in my network would enjoy. I published on LinkedIn, Medium, my own website, and via this newsletter. I achieved 83% of my goal and learned a lot over the year. Mainly what seemed to resonate with you, my readers, and what platforms were most successful in reaching others. What follows is a summary of the year and the stats of my articles and newsletters.

A year in Review
A year in Review
Half of you opened the newsletter on a consistent basis and 32% of you found something of interest to read. I thank you for your readership and continued engagement with me.
Help me grow...
My goal in 2021 is to grow the audience for my newsletter. You can certainly refer your friends, colleagues, and family to sign-up by forwarding the newsletter to them or sending them this link: https://dayone.marckermisch.com. Another way to ensure that I keep you engaged and provide content that is meaningful is to submit an idea on what you would like me to write about. If you send me an idea to [email protected] and I will send you a sticker back.
Send me an idea, get a sticker!
Send me an idea, get a sticker!
A Recap of dayone Articles...
Below are the 11 articles I wrote in 2020, broken down by level of engagement as measured by how many commented on the article on LinkedIn.
4,464 Reads, 63 Comments
1,200 Views, 49 Comments
795 Views, 35 Comments
898 Views, 29 Comments
448 Views, 23 Comments
730 Views, 20 Comments
553 Views, 17 Comments
380 Views, 9 Comments
654 Views, 6 Comments
269 Views, 3 Comments
223 Views, 2 Comments
173 Views, 0 Comment
My Favorite Books of 2020
My favorite business book that I read in all of 2020 was Andy Grove’s High Output Management. The hardest read I had was a social justice book called The New Jim Crow, by Michelle Alexander. My favorite fiction book was the New Earth Series by Mathew Mather.
So long 2020
This year had been challenging for all of us and I sincerely hope that you have a safe, happy, and healthy new year. I found this video and felt it captured the sentiment of 2020 better than I could have.
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Marc Kermisch

I believe in the concept of relevancy as a key ingredient to success. Relevancy requires constant learning, challenging norms, and embracing the future. Welcome to Day One, where we cover a wide variety of topics, with a personal perspective, weaving in our own experiences to bring the topics to life. Our topics vary based on reader input, social and life events, and topics that may be just top of mind for us.

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