My first introduction to blogs was LiveJournal back in high school. At the time, it never struck me as particularly useful for there to be a platform in which everyone plastered the virtual walls with their teenage angst. Actually, come to think of it, it wasn’t useful at all. Fast forward eleven years and blogs are definitely more mainstream. Everyone and their mother has a blog, some of which aren’t entirely unuseful. At any rate, blogs are a dime a dozen. There’s no shortage of options to occupy your time while you’re rockin’ the cubicle jockey gig. I would wager, that most people learn more interesting things by not doing exactly what they’re supposed to be doing. That may be true for work and life. Your mileage might also vary on that one so don’t hold me accountable.
I guess this all begs the question if blogs are everywhere and so nerve-gratingly trendy, why the hell do I have one?
Well, I’m good at some things that I currently don’t have a platform for. Here’s what I’m good at:
- Managing people
- Software and computers.
Here’s what I’m passionate about: Improving everyone’s quality of life by arming them with the right information to help them be more successful on the job. Whatever that job happens to be. I’m also passionate about technology and how it can make an impact on how people live, communicate, and manage their day-to-day.
I’d like to help individuals through this blog by informing them of all the things that might be hard to put together on their own. I like being a connector of dots and informant to the curious.
That being said, if you find something that catches your eye. Feel free to drop a comment with any questions. I’m looking to help people find solutions to their work problems.