On January 3rd, 2019 I created the first post for this blog.
When I started my goal was to create a productivity blog by finding interesting posts and adding my own analysis.
What ended up happening was different “phases” of posts. I did start with productivity articles but moved into lessons learned and open questions about the nature of things.
I learned a lot. I had enough positive comments to keep me going. I messed up. I missed posts. Spelling errors got through. I kept at it.
I had two goals: help anyone who was struggling in their work and improve my writing skills.
Not sure if I helped anyone but I think my writing improved.
I intended to only go for one year and I met that goal. I didn’t quit in February (when I thought seriously about it). I’m glad I pushed through.
So, this version of the blog is ending and at the right time. I have other interests and areas I’d like to explore.
It might take a few weeks to figure out what’s next and I’m excited for the journey.
But before I go, I want to leave you with a “new year, new you” type article. It’s by a personal favorite Jim Rohn. It covers, in deceptively easy prose, how to succeed in life.
I encourage you to read and save it. Post it were you can see it. Try and look beyond the words and see the meaning. Jim’s guidance has helped change my life, over the last year in particular.
You’ll see me soon.
Have a happy, productive, and successful 2020!