A shift in my blog’s focus!

Let me start by saying THANK YOU!  Thank you to over 2,500 subscribers and to all of the people who have followed this blog and it’s content for so long!  Thank you for those of you who have read my books and shared in my journey!  I hope I have provided you with inspiration and motivation and I hope you are with me for the long haul but it’s time for change (good change – I promise)!

For those of you who didn’t know, I am back in school!  I am roughly halfway through my master’s degree in Leadership at Northeastern University and I am happier than ever.  The more and more that I study the topic, the more passionate I become about it.  I created a Facebook group called The Flock to share so much of what I have learned with other like-minded leaders (join here if you are interested: https://www.facebook.com/groups/997533803937255/).

In addition, I have decided to shift the focus of this blog to the topic of leadership and teamwork.  I want to inspire others to step into the spotlight and to become leaders that will be the pillars of change this world so desperately needs.  I have learned so much incredible information throughout my studies so far that I know would be helpful to so many of you.  Throughout my time in the military and my transition back into civilian life, I have been blessed to experience some of the best leaders this world has to offer.  Leadership and teamwork is something I want to spend the rest of my life studying and coaching others on and this blog is my first platform in doing so (the second platform is my third book which I have already started working on!)

So once again, thank you!  Thank you to everyone who has supported me so far. Together, we will change the world.  Stick around for the first leadership and teamwork focused post coming soon!

And don’t forget to join my leadership & Teamwork focused Facebook group The Flock for videos and insight from other like-minded people!

  • Tim



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