Although I have never been good at being a consistent blogger, it has come to my realization lately that I need to really focus on cultivating my passions in life. If asked, I'd have to respond that my passions are my writings, my poetry and my belief in autodidactic pursuits. This blog originally was supposed to be a reflection of that; much to my own dismay and a series of unfortunate time mismanagement issues I let this fall by the wayside and didn't focus on it like I should have. My apologies to you dear reader if you had hoped that I would have been more consistent in this endeavor. Do not lose hope in me please.
It an age where image is everything and how we present ourselves ultimately becomes it's own form of currency we forget that we as individuals are our own Brand. I've had to do a great deal of thinking about the person I present myself as. In retrospect I realized the version of me that people see is not the Brand of myself that I want individuals to see. I spent some time reading Colin Wrights book on Personal Branding , it brought me to the conclusion that I needed to focus on the brand that I want to put forward. At the end of the day I know that I am a writer, a poet, a blogger and an autodidact and I want my brand to reflect that.
So in the coming months I will be working on rebranding the identity I want to convey to others that will also add more value to your own lives so that what I offer in my blog will not only enrich my life but also your own. January 1st of 2016 will see the launch of a new but old endeavor of mine. I intend to launch a new blog/website that will focus on my endeavors and will also help those of similar passions cultivate those habits and pursuits in their own way. I just hope dear reader that you can bear with me in these upcoming months as I slowly start to transition over to this new project. I will still try to update here but I can only hope that you will stick with me and that in the coming year I will be able to offer you content that will enrich your life and work.
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