A Sense of Purpose

When I created this site I had a defined sense of purpose, but not necessarily a set of deliverables or strategic milestones.

The purpose was to provide a place, beyond the limitations and distractions of LinkedIn, where I could capture my resume and blog about my thoughts and experiences along the way, such as I can make public[1].

Now, around 10 months into the process, I’ve realised the limitations when nothing from the day-to-day can be directly referenced. Despite my wishes to the contrary, I currently prefer a zero tolerance policy rather than trying to determine where the line gets drawn.

  1. Of course blogging about experiences is heavily limited to public domain observations and not the day to day specifics.  ↩