“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. ” Walt Disney
Our new blog – The D Three Show – has been up and running for over 3 months now and it’s time for a little self-reflection. The goal of this blog is to bring a little more Disney into our daily lives and stimulate some debate on the best and worst of Disney. It was meant to help those thinking of a new way to see things, or to dine, or give an alternate view on how to get things done. While writing our weekly posts has been fun and has encouraged us to learn more about Disney, we haven’t generated as much discussion or enthusiasm as we had hoped. We want a friendly debate! We want discussion! We want YOUR ideas and contribution!
Once again we’re asking for some help from our friends…. What would inspire you to read the blog, answer the weekly poll, and/or start a discussion on our Facebook page? Do we need different topics? What topics are interesting or controversial enough for YOU to have an opinion? Or, better yet, what topics would inspire you to write your favorite three? How do we make this more interactive? Is the supplemental material that we post on social media throughout the week helpful? Do you read it?
What do YOU think?
- Email us @ TheDThreeShow@gmail.com
- Tweet us @ TheDThreeShow
- Facebook message us
- or just leave a comment.
We are always interested in your ideas!!
Three best things about The D Three Show:
- Taking time each week to think about Disney and feeling connected to the Disney community.
- Having friends write their own 3 best things each week and learning more about them by understanding their favorite Disney things.
- Reading other blog posts and articles on similar topics to post supplemental material.
If you made it this far… Thank you. For anyone that submits a post idea/blog post/comment, you will get an entry into a drawing for a small prize (based on an upcoming Pixar movie).
“By three methods we may learn wisdom: first, by reflection, which is noblest; second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third, by experience, which is the most bitter.” – Confucius