Biz columnist asks for help in reinventing himself
by Chris Roush
Tom Walsh, the business columnist for the Detroit Free Press, asks for help from his readers in terms of reinventing what he does.
“Is what I do useful to you? Entertaining? A local CEO tells me if something is not useful it better be entertaining, or it’s useless — and I buy that.
“Should I spout more opinion or less? Introduce you to more smart, eclectic characters? Or deliver more facts and links to help you draw your own conclusions? Should I write less often and more deeply? Or should I be there for you with something fresh every day?
“There’s some risk, of course, in making the requests. Some of you might suggest a brain transplant. Or even that I retire, which would terrify my wife — who accepts that she signed up for better or worse, but not for lunch everyday.”
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