Last month marked the seventh anniversary of this crazy little blog.
There was no fanfare and no celebration. Frankly, I didn’t even realize it myself until about three weeks after the big day. For the past ten weeks I have not posted a single time. Perhaps you noticed I’ve been missing … perhaps it even made you happy.
A few of you have reached out and been very encouraging. Your remarks reminded me of why I like to show up and talk about leadership. But the fact is, I needed a break. The daily expectations had started to feel like homework. Seven years of consistent blogging is enough to break an average student.
[Tweet “Showing up and writing is hard, just ask Snoopy.”]
I’m still here, committed to growing a generation of integrity driven leaders. For the past couple of months I have been working on other projects I will tell you about later. In the mean time, if there is a place in your leadership where you need a break, don’t be afraid to go dark. It’s what I’m going to do for another week.
I’ll be cranking back up next Monday.
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