First of all, thank you for reading my blog posts. I am still surprised and humbled that anyone is interested in what I have to say. Your presence here is felt and appreciated.
After nearly three decades of writing and editing, I’ve entered a new phase of life. I am downshifting my client work a little, taking pause, and reflecting on what truly matters.
I am not an old man. But I’ve more than passed the halfway mark in this incarnation. And I want to make the wisest use of the time that I have left.
At the same time, my focus is shifting to other questions: How do I come to terms with the prospect of aging and dying? What about all those self-help and spirituality books I read over the years? Do they offer anything worthwhile?
In addition there’s Tiago Forte. He’s built a thriving business based on personal knowledge management. His blog is brilliant, and his course about Building a Second Brain has been well-received. Tiago is turning that course into a book, and I’m looking forward to the result.
Bottom line: If you’re interested in building a personal knowledge base, Tiago can serve you much better than me.
Meanwhile, I’m returning the focus of my original blog — finding self-help that actually helps. After years of working in this genre, it’s dimly possible that I’ll have something worthwhile to say about it.
Thanks again for your patience as I clear my head and connect with my heart. If you subscribed to my blog, I welcome you to continue. But if you decide not to do that, I will understand — and always wish you well.