Today is Labor Day but it’s also the first of the month. With Labor Day, it’s the unofficial end of summer and the schools in Michigan kick back into full swing.
It’s hard to believe but it’s true. But this also means we’re 3/4’s of the way through 2014. Crazy, huh?
I hope you’ve been working hard towards your goals and making progress. I’ve made great strides in 2014 and can’t wait to see how the year closes out.
Keep at it! You’re going to make it guys!
With it being a new month, it’s time to do a monthly review of the blog to see where how it’s progressed. Let’s take a look at top posts first.
As you can see, the pop-culture, movie-based leadership lessons posts have been very popular. They’re dominating the top posts.
I hope this means you’re enjoying them and I look forward to providing you more leadership lessons based on great movies.
For September, I’m hoping to see and share from:
Leadership lessons from The Maze Runner
Leadership lessons from The Boxtrolls
I always look forward to reading and responding to the comments you guys leave. There’s something about the interaction that happens when we share our ideas freely.
Hopefully, this you feel the same way.
While other sites have migrated away from comments, I know allowing comments on your site provides great insights and interactions.
3. Dan Black
4. Ed Oyama
7. Paul Sohn
8. Derek Brott
9. Jon Stolpe
Sessions – Decreased 24.61%
Users – Decreased 23.83%
Pageviews – Decreased 23.74%
Pages Per Session – Increased 1.51%
Average Session Duration – Decreased 6.76%
Bounce Rate – Increased 3.60%
New Sessions – Increased 0.62%
As you can see, it was a rough month at the blog. A lot of blog traffic was lost but it was also the last summer month. That could have had something to do with it.
Regardless, I’m not going to slow down. The site is here to stay to help young leaders improve their leadership skills.