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My guess is you haven’t noticed, but I’ve not posted much in the last several years. I used to post pretty regularly, mostly about business and marketing stuff. Then several years ago I decided to take a one year break from blogging.
About twice a year I’d get inspired and write something. But the truth is I really felt like I’d lost my voice. Usually when I’d sit down to write I wasn’t sure what to write about. The stuff that I used to write about just didn’t excite me in quite the same way any more. So rather than posting for the sake of posting, my one year blogging sabbatical became a four year blogging sabbatical.
Over the last four years I’ve learned a lot about myself and the things I’m actually passionate about. I’d like to start writing about those things and sharing a few thoughts on stuff I’m exploring with my friends and others who are interested.
This is where the unsubscribing part comes in. I have no reason to think that because at some point in the last decade you honored me by subscribing to this list, that that means you’ll have any interest in the stuff I’m going to post from this point on.
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Will I still write about business and marketing? A little. I still love business and the way ideas spread. But, I’ll also be sharing a lot more about the other stuff I’m increasingly passionate about. Things like adventure, health, trying to be a good dad and husband, my faith journey and figuring out my place in the world. My guess is that it’s much more eclectic than it has been in the past. Less about businessy things and more about life.
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