In late March, I posted current statistics from Google Analytics about this blog. This is both an update and a call to action.

Back then, the blog was read by people in 38 states plus the District of Columbia, as well as residents of 26 nations (including the US).  Almost every continent was represented.

Now, every continent has gotten on the map.  What’s more, readers live in 46 of the 50 US states.  (Apparently, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, and Nebraska have not caught on yet.)

Top readership continues to come from the DC metro region (DC, Maryland, and my home state of Virginia).  These are followed by California, New York, and Illinois.  Internationally, top readership beyond the US comes from Australia and Canada, followed by the UK.

So, my call to action? As readers know, I don’t do this for the money.  I do it because I want to gather and test materials about life’s best practices.  This requires a dialogue.  The more readers, the more dialogue.  I’m asking you, my readers — and there are lots — to evangelize on my behalf.  Tell people about this site.  Let your friends and colleagues know that this is a place for learning about, discussing, and honing practices that lead to greater achievement and life satisfaction.  We don’t have all the answers, but we do know many of the most important questions.

As always, if you have thoughts about how to make this blog better, please let me know — either in comments (below), or directly.  You can also follow me on Twitter, where I’m extremely accessible and responsive.