Why I Blog
Thare’s a few key reasons why I’ve been consistently and regularly blogging for the best part of fifteen years now:
- To invite conversation. I love conversations. I love personal interactions and the exchange of perspectives. Blogging has not served me too well in this regard, so far.
- To clarify my thoughts. I find writing my thoughts down serves to refine and clarify them.
- To change the world. Some ideas, such as nonviolence, fellowship, love and dialogue have the possibility to change society in general, and the world of work in particular, for the better. I feel privileged to invite folks to encounter these ideas.
- To listen to and learn from others, and experience their alternative perspectives.
- To share my experiences. I probably have more experience in software delivery (and life) than most. Maybe my sharing equips readers with extra experiences, albeit vicariously.