Expanding my Blog

It has been on my mind for sometime now that maybe i am limiting just what i want to discuss here on my blog. While i do enjoy business and like to discuss it, i have a similar want to discuss personal development, and personal growth.

These two topics are really in many ways not just to do with yourself, but also an extension of business. There are so many facets of business that provide such a high level of opportunity for personal growth and development. Business i think can show you more of your true self and nature then just about any other area of life. Not just through the potential complexity of operating some businesses, more so in how you deal with people, how you carry yourself and portray yourself to other’s in business and the sense of trust and honesty that you extend to others and you accept from others.

Expending to include this type of category is going to give me the opportunity to do some of the things i initially wanted to do with the blog, but realized did not really fit under the business theme. In addition to these extra things i want to start looking towards doing some 30 day trials, as i have seen other bloggers doing at different times and on a range of different topics. This is really going to give me a challenge to step outside my comfort zone, and do something for 30 days and hopefully learn a new skill, or get fit or discover something about me in the process.  I am not really sure where i will start with this, however i currently have a fairly small comfort zone, and there is so much i would love to learn or do, that it should not be hard to come up with something. Or please do feel free to leave suggestions.

I hope to start with some of the new topics i have in mind fairly soon, so keep your eyes open.

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