Do You Know Where You’re Going To?

This blog’s been quiet these past few weeks as I’ve been giving most of my time and energy to writing for clients, as well as doing some offline projects.

monorail Tokyo

After voluntarily departing cubicle land in 2007, my life/career as a freelancer, like most anything else worth doing, has had its share of ups and downs.

The good times are when deals are won and my creative side can get to work.

The bad times, if I can call them that, are where sometimes client expectations aren’t properly understood.

Or where relentless marketing doesn’t show much in the way of results. (Although I’m learning a lot about how important positioning and expectation are in a crowded marketplace. It’s all feedback.)

Looking at my Do-To list, I see that there are a bunch of information products mentioned in this blog still on the proverbial digital drawing board. That means it’s time to allocate some product creation days over the next few weeks and get these info puppies out into the marketplace.

Because while desire’s arrows may aim at do what you love, wouldn’t it be nice to be on the right train and enjoying the view? You just never know when you might fall in the drink!

Tickets, please!