How to Stay in Touch

How to Stay in Touch January 22, 2015

Photo by Fran McColman
Photo by Fran McColman

I recently received a very nice email from a reader in Canada, who ended her message like this: “So thank you Carl and I look to somehow stay in touch with you?”

Here’s how I replied:

Thanks for this lovely message. Briefly put, the best ways to stay in touch are:

  1. Keep reading my blog, and comment on posts when you feel like doing so;
  2. Sign up for my email list — and get a free gift;
  3. Follow me on Facebook or on Twitter, if you do those kinds of things;
  4. Keep sending me comments/questions through my website’s contact page (I may not be able to answer all messages I receive, but I strive to read every one and I answer them when I can);
  5. Come to an retreat, class, or other event (or see if you can find a church or retreat center that could invite me to your community). Here are some of my upcoming events:
Thanks for your interest in my work. Many blessings to you.

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