Three (full) months on…

…Thank you!

If you’re reading this, it means you’re part of my now three-month-old journey of full-time self-employment.

You’ve stopped by my site, followed me on social, dropped a line of encouragement, acted as a sounding board, offered counsel or assistance.

You’ve helped. So, thank you.

The past three months have flown by.

I have had the chance to work with new people, old friends, and old friends in new ways.

I have come to know, and become inspired by, organizations that are doing great things – some for many years and each in their own way – to serve people and change the world for the better.

I have attended conferences, networking events, and courses. I have met interesting, impressive people and emerged with new insights, new contacts, and new skills.

I have joined new professional associations.

I have also formed a great new strategic alliance with my BFF and an American friend. Together, we’re lining up some truly exciting, even game-changing things. (Stay tuned!)

An entrepreneur tends to bite off a little more than he can chew hoping he’ll quickly learn how to chew it.”

— Roy Ash, WWII veteran and Litton Industries co-founder

There has been much to chew on over the last three months.

At times, it has felt surreal. At points, it has felt almost overwhelming. But not once – not even for a moment – have I felt regret.

Here’s why.

Because over the last three months, not only have I become a better communicator, a better strategist, and a better business person. I have also become a better partner, a more present son, brother, uncle, and a more engaged friend, yogi, and volunteer.

I’m busier than ever. But I am a better busy. A fully energized, firing-on-all-cylinders busy. It’s a busy-ness that shows no sign of letting up, and I pray that it doesn’t.

I have so much to do and so much to look forward to.

And each of you still reading has not only got me here, you’re part of what’s next.

So, thank you. Sincerely. I am forever grateful.

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