Don’t get me wrong.
I like your stuff. The topic you cover is important to me. That’s why I started reading your blog.
And I really, really appreciate what I have learned from you.
You have a fresh and useful way of looking at things.
I guess you could even say I joined your “tribe”. Or, to be more conventional about it, I’m a fan.
But here’s the thing.
I have been reading your stuff for about six months now.
And…I think I pretty much get it now.
I get your message. I understand your point of view. I see where you are coming from.
And while I can certainly admire how you dress up that message in new clothes with each post, I’m not sure I’m still learning that much from you.
After all, now I understand your message, I can do the dressing up part myself.
So while I’ll still keep reading your posts, for a while anyway, I’ll be reading more out of loyalty than anything else.
Don’t get me wrong. You’ll still be bringing tremendous value to the people who have just found your blog recently.
But sooner or later, and probably sooner, I’ll be out of here.
Unless, of course, you can bring me something new and important.
Not just dress-up new, but really new.