In the last year, I’ve been very lucky. My consulting business has exploded, and I’ve been booked with work for months in advance. I’ve dug deep, worked nights, weekends and on the road, and set aside the work I normally do for my business, including this blog. Not to mention most of the fun stuff in life. All work, no play.
But I woke up one morning a few weeks ago and realized I had created the lifestyle I wanted and had no time to enjoy it. So I took a step back, and took a sharp left turn (my favorite!). I turned down every project that I didn’t love, put together a work/life strategy and committed to complementing my business with fun projects.
What does this mean for DirtyMouth and the content I create here? Not only will you see more consistent posts, I’ll be doing more of the type of writing I love with an emphasis on long, detail-heavy posts with data and research. You’ll be seeing less beginner information and more in-depth content that serious racers can use to apply business sense to all of this racing nonsense.
I hope you’ll love it, too.