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Are you good at asking for…HELP?

8 Comments 25 May 2010

I am good at helping.  As a matter of fact, I probably default to helping others when I should probably be taking better care of myself.  It is some form of therapy my old counselor (who will remain nameless, because she is now my friend 😉 ) says!  But also, I am what the good folks that descended from Carl Jung call a ENFJ, which is:

Warm, empathetic, responsive, and responsible. Highly attuned to the emotions, needs, and motivations of others. Find potential in everyone, want to help others fulfill their potential. May act as catalysts for individual and group growth. Loyal, responsive to praise and criticism. Sociable, facilitate others in a group, and provide inspiring leadership.

Now, what that also means is that I do not ask for help easily and often times, I am not necessarily attuned to what I need.  But while I was reading my new friend Mack Collier‘s post today about what I could do to help him, I was inspired to help myself.  Funny, huh?  Actually, Mack suggested that I write a post about how my readers could help me and in doing so, it would help him.

So, you might say this is a backassward way of helping someone else that in turn helps me, but either way, six of one, half a dozen of another.  I am doing it.  So here goes…here are some things you, as my readers can do to help me…

1.  Tell me how I can help you.  If you find yourself within a “pale” of sorts, in a spot in your life where you feel like you have given up pursuing your passions, how can I help you push beyond it?

2.  Send the link to my blog to your friends, your family, your co-workers, your cleaning lady, your neighbors, your kid’s ENT, your ex-husband’s new girlfriend, hell…send it to anybody you want to send it to, just send it!  I would love to have an opportunity to be passed around! 😉

3.  If you are a tweeter on Twitter, tweet me, Retweet me by tweeting my post or RT me when I tweet my post.  That sounds really confusing, but if you tweet you can decipher. (I am @beyondpalegal on Twitter)

4.  If you are a Social Media wizard and want to help me get linked to other people out there, teach me how!

5.  The women that I want to reach are women in their mid-lives who have found that somewhere along the way they lost themselves.  They laid down their dreams, gifts and passions and got lost in the roles, expectations of their contexts and relationships.  Or, they were women who found themselves on the curb as the lives they planned sped away in a bright red convertible called “divorce” or “death.”

I want to help them excavate their dreams and live the next forty plus years with greater fulfillment and passion in those same contexts and relationships because they are living a fuller expression of who they were meant to be.

Are you one of those women?  Do you know one of those women?  Are you becoming one of those women?  We are all that woman to some extent or another and I invite you to read, participate and join us!  If you know of a group, a niche, a blog where these women buzz around like bees, hook me up..take me to the Queen!

6.  I want to make a living.  Yes, I said it.  I write, I help and I can empower women through both.  I am in the process of excavating my own dreams and I want to do this for the rest of my life.  In order for that to happen, I have to have income.  So, help me figure out how to make a living doing the above.  The Third Tribe has given me a great start, but if you want to take me under your wing…I am willing to fly, I am teachable, let’s go.

Oh yeah, I have no idea how to put Google Analytics on here.  Anyone wanna help me do that?

Okay Mack, is that enough?  Am I putting my neediness out there?  I feel naked now – thanks a lot!  😉

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8 Comments so far

  1. mack collier says:

    Hey Jorja! Love the post and that you are asking for help! I have some ideas and will email you more thoughts, but thanks for the mention and link! I’m sure your readers will appreciate it!

  2. Julie Davis says:

    Hey Jorja girl!!! THis is Julie from Rome!!! Love your blog and so enjoyed catching up on you thru this great site!! I need to make a big effort to come and visit you this summer… We MUST take the time to see each other. You are the best!!

  3. Walter says:

    Create an account on Google for you to be able to use Analytics and there’s also a plugin for it. You also need to install Sitemap plugin to help Google analyze your site

    Hope this helps. 🙂

  4. Judy Helfand says:

    Hi Jorja,
    This week has been really busy with projects and I have just had time to ask our designer to take a look at your site. Google Analytics, etc…including getting some of the browser kinks resolved. I enjoyed this post. I don’t know if you have every been to this blog it is pretty interesting.
    Sorry I have been quiet all week. The Good Wife was interesting!

  5. Cynthia Williams Insko says:

    Jorja- Lee came across your blog and shared it with me last week. I have so enjoyed your insight and honesty. I resonate with much of what you are sharing and as soon as I read this post I thought of a Queen Bee to introduce you to. Her name is Kelly and her website and ministry can be discovered at I hope you will take a look at it and if you contact her, let her know that you are an old friend of mine. I look forward to reading more from you 🙂

    • Jorja says:

      cynthia, hello stranger! good to hear from you and thanks so much for the tip on the queen bee! thanks for taking the time to read, please come back! hope lee is well!

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