The Reason I Started Writing This Blog …
Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today. ~ Robert McKee, Author
On Monday I am celebrating my 200th blog post so I figured what better way to celebrate, in advance, then to share with you in a micro-blog kind of way, the WHY behind why I started writing this blog!
I started writing as a personal tool to journal as a way to help me be more mindful of the changes that were going on in my life. This all started at a very young age, in my diary which grew to my young adult years as journaling and right on through (still in my “younger years”, ha-ha!) as part of my business. However, somewhere along the line, it became less about me writing stories of my life and more about the story of changing the way people see business … And let me start by saying this … Technology sometimes has a bad reputation. However, one of the greatest gifts is ever gave society is the ability to gain access to any and every resource imaginable. Which is the main reason I started this blog. I wanted to put myself into that virtual container of the internet by sharing insightful and resourceful bi-weekly blog posts in a fun, yet informational kind of way. I want to share with the world things that will help entrepreneurs’ businesses grow. Provide them with information they may not know about, or perhaps a bit more in depth.
Since I’m a one-stop-shop virtual business I wanted my blog to also be a one-stop-shop of information.
#GraphicDesign is my #SecretSauce but writing #SoothesMySoul.
I also wanted a way to showcase the growth stories of other entrepreneurs I have meet (and will meet – more success series to come) along the way. So, after starting my first interview series back in 2017, I realized there was a strong need for more storytelling. I was left with a feeling of pure gratitude and inspiration so wanted to figure out a way to show support to all the hardworking entrepreneurs, just like you, hustling out there, building their empires and not letting a single thing stomp on their dreams.
Sharing these stories has not only opened my eyes to the incredible talents and strengths of other amazing humans all around the globe but has helped others along the way … whether in a struggle of how to leave their dead-end 9 to 5 or looking for growth but feeling stuck. I wanted other entrepreneurs to feel as empowered as I did when I interviewed these individuals. And, I wanted to help make their special businesses shine – even more than they already are. So, in short, I wanted my blog to be informative and resourceful all around. Through the art of storytelling as well as through a passionately creative outlet on my end that I could entirely control.
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
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