The road less traveled isn’t just foggy – it’s lonely.
Whether you’re a writer, freelancer, artist, entrepreneur, or part of a mobile workforce, there are more people going it alone that every before in history.
Our culture encourages it, our technology enables it and our economy demands it.
Which is great for productivity and flexibility.
But we’re still human. And human beings are social animals.
Creativity without community, isn’t.
And don’t get me wrong. I wouldn’t trade my job for anything on the planet.
The fact that I get to make my own schedule, make my own decisions, make my own money and make a measurable difference in the world – all while doing what I love – is an honor and a privilege.
When the inevitable loneliness starts to creep in like a toxic mist, we need every ounce of our creative capacity to stay connected, stay supported and stay afloat. Otherwise the isolation will drive us insane, and will drive our businesses into the ground.
Thank god for the nametag. It keeps me connected. It sustains me. It’s my constant spark for human contact. And every day I get to interact with cool new people from all walks of life that I never would have met otherwise.
It’s my analog friend request.
LET ME ASK YA THIS…
LET ME SUGGEST THIS…
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That Guy with the Nametag
Author, Speaker, Publisher, Artist, Mentor
Now booking for 2011-2012!
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