This blog is a platform where I share my thoughts on a wide range of topics. Personal growth, productivity, leadership and relationships and are a few of my favorites.
It began as an archive for me to log my thoughts on these topics. A way to go back and reference lessons I’ve learned and a way to clear the clutter that sometimes appears when I think too much.
I want to share insights I wish I knew when I was in my twenties. Maybe I could have avoided many of the mistakes I made (and noticed important things I overlooked).
An added bonus is forcing myself to improve my English writing skills.
A Bit About Me
Why do I write under a pseudonym? First of all, I don’t want this blog to be about me. I’m not selling anything or trying to gain anything from this, I just want to share my stories and hope that someone gets something out of it. Second, as Seth Godin has often stated: write a blog, even if no one reads it.
Seth has also written about creating a platform where your lizard brain doesn’t interfere. I felt that putting my name on all my writing hinders me from writing what I want without constraints. I don’t want to have to consider how someone might relate to all of this with me in mind. Not that it really matters, I own every word I write here, but it just makes it easier to write.
“Everyone should write a blog, every day, even if no one reads it. There are countless reasons why it’s a good idea and I can’t think of one reason it’s a bad idea.” Seth Godin
Also, some of the stories I share are related to people I know, relatives or colleagues and I don’t want them personally involved in what I write, they didn’t ask for that.
I’ve spent a whole life thinking that my thoughts, no matter their content, had been expressed better and more eloquently by someone else so there’s no reason for me to share them. While that might be true, that attitude makes this world a lesser place, so I decided to ignore my lizard brain and just write and press that publish button.
Thanks for reading.