I was really pleased to write an essay in this Sunday’s New York Times entitled Is This the Time to Chase a Career Dream?
Despite so much conversation online and off about the death of traditional journalism, I was extremely honored to write for such a well-known and well-respected publication. I learned so much through the editing process which reaffirmed what I have known for a long time: while the structure of traditional media has to change, the craft of journalism is more necessary now than ever.
If this is your first time visiting my blog, I have been writing for nearly four years about how corporate employees can leave their jobs to start a business. An introduction to the blog with a good selection of starter posts is here.
I also wrote a book Escape from Cubicle Nation: From Corporate Prisoner to Thriving Entrepreneur which is being released on April 30.
You can read the first chapter here: Download Ch 1 escape from cubby nation
And if you are ready to get started moving on your own creative plans, you may enjoy a new program I just released: Life After the Cubicle: A Quickstart Guide to Self-Employment.
Enjoy your Sunday, and I can’t wait to hear about your own creative yearnings!
And if you read the NYT article and have a comment, please send it to the email at the end of the post. I know they would love to hear your thoughts!