So much I’m excited about, that I want to write about, and yet I rarely post. I’m changing that now.
Last year I set up a separate blog for my new life-coaching business, to describe my relatively analytical approach, and to blog on specific topics. I then set up yet another blog (Procrastination Ambulance) focused on procrastination – which is my main focus in life coaching.
But having multiple blogs to manage became a distraction and a mental barrier, with maintenance on each, and decisions to make (which blog should I post to on topic X?) So I’ve used my own coaching processes on myself and come to four main decisions:
- I’m running with Chris Waterguy as my business name, for now. People who know me in person remember my name, and know what I do.
- One blog. I don’t love web admin work, and I don’t need to do it. It may not be perfect to mix posts on environmental and social issues with coaching and self-improvement topics, but I’m aiming for done and fun.
- I give myself permission to share less-than-perfect blog posts, here on this site. My seminars are also imperfect, but people get value from them. And it’s my way of walking the talk that I talk with my clients. I’m not just telling you to embrace imperfection, I’m doing it.
And now, pardon any typos or other imperfections while I press “publish” – and what a great feeling this is!