First find your voice, not your audience

I think it might be time to take some new risks.

And it took the words of the late Anthony Bourdain to help solidify that.

I started writing as a regular practice back in 2005 when someone said I should have a weblog. I didn’t know what that was and so I looked up a few friends online that had one and I couldn’t understand why anyone would be interested in reading one-paragraph stream-of-consciousness, typo-filled rants on who I’m mad at and what I had to eat that day. I then found some other writers like Seth Godin who wrote … more »