Changes Afoot

I’m working on a new focus and format for this site.   I’ll be doing a “soft launch” and then announcing on Twitter once I have enough content to share.

My earlier blogging experience taught me that I was interpreting the “Publish” button as a “Perfection” button.  Running your work through a perfection filter is a sure way to guarantee doubt, procrastination, analysis paralysis, and meager output. Going forward my goal is to

  • embrace imperfect content,
  • track what works, and
  • build on what I learn.

The whole shebang is a prototype.

Prototypes are built to fail.

Prototypes are built for improvement. 

When we live afraid to fail, we don’t take risks. We don’t bring our entire selves to the table—so we end up failing before we even begin. Let’s stop worrying: What if I fail? Instead, let’s promise ourselves: When I fail, I’ll stick around.  -Abby Wambach

This prototype is worth me failing and sticking around for.

afoot

My hiking feet relaxing beside a waterfall in New Hampshire. 

 

 

 

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One thought on “Changes Afoot

  1. I’m interested in what changes you are planning to make. Are you going in a new direction?
    I also work in the evaluation space. (I hate using that phrase, it sounds so pompous and fake but I can’t think of a good alternative). Perhaps it’s better to explain that I don’t “do” evaluations myself but I do a lot of program logic workshops and I help people to write evaluation plans, so I have a pretty good understanding of the field.
    Anyway, I like your approach to life so I’m looking forward to hearing more from you.

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