In recent speeches I’ve increasingly used my favorite line about not dying: “If you live long enough, things change!”
So it is with this website. As I said the other day, it started seven years ago. At first it was just a blog with a couple of extra pages added, supporting my growing business as a keynote speaker. The blog lived, fittingly, on the home page. But if you’ve just come here directly, look at the menu – this blog’s now on a page of its own.
Why? As I’ve said this year, my work is evolving. After 500 conferences and policy meetings I’m doing more authoring now, more work in academic medicine, more work advising and speaking for corporate clients, large and small. I still love speaking best (nothing’s more fun than a standing ovation), but after seven years it’s time for the blog to move off the home page, to make room for the three dedicated “rabbit holes” a visitor can jump down, one for each of the types of work I do: speaker, author, advisor.
So welcome! Look around, and leave feedback in comments. Here’s to new tomorrows!