It's been almost five months now since I've posted something new here to the blog. I've been going through quite a transitional period in my life since my last post, and while I have a ton of content in the pipeline, I am lagging behind on finishing some up for publication. So today I thought I would post a quick update.
Bear with me as I complete some more posts and get them pushed out. They are coming soon. And to be sure you don't miss out on anything, you'll want to make sure to join my email list, which you can easily subscribe to right from my home page on the right-hand side below "About Kyle". Every time I push out a new post, you'll be notified via email in the off chance you don't catch it on Facebook or Twitter when I share them.
Here's a quick rundown of what I've been up to since my last post:
1. Went to Las Vegas for the first time to attend another business/personal development conference, that time at Grant Cardone's 10X Growth Conference.
2. Recorded a podcast on Ethics and Morality with Connor Boyd, which you should stay tuned for as I make updates to my website to accommodate podcast uploads and streaming.
3. I've begun to explore my faith much more seriously, and am on a journey to find the branch (and church) of Christianity that is right for me. You can stay tuned for a future post on this topic as well.
4. Began writing out a script for an online course that I plan to bring to market, and sell.
5. Scored my first guest post on a fellow Twitter follower's (Sarah Carey) blog (this post is in progress and will be my next post before I push anything new out here to my own site, podcast or otherwise).
6. Began playing the piano.
Those are probably the biggest things I've been up to since late February.
I mentioned "Blog Transition" in the title of this post though, so you are probably wondering what I mean by this. While the first five posts I've published here have mainly focused on appreciating the present moment, gratitude, personal development, and self-reflection, the theme(s) of my writing going forward will be of a different nature.
I will be shifting my content to a much more philosophical and "way of life" structure. Some of you will like it, others may not. Some of you may find yourselves surprised at the beliefs and perspectives I'll be sharing in what's upcoming, and others may have been able to guess where I plan on going by the content I engage with and share on Twitter (assuming you follow me there).
As a teaser, I'll be writing about topics around Tradionalism, Culture, and the Current State of Modern Society. As I indicate in My Bio, the writing you will see here will consist of my experiences in this world from my own perspective and will include thoughts around the world as I see it. I don't believe my writing so far has touched too greatly from within that scope, but it will going forward.
It may surprise you to know that mostly everything I stand for is essentially not what "modern times" call for, because I believe that the "modern times" aren't really "modern" at all. Thus my interest in writing about Tradionalism. I will explain what I mean by this in my next post here, but overall, I'm finding that I'm being drawn to writing more about the topics in the spaces I mentioned in the previous paragraph than in the personal development and gratitude spaces at this point in time.
I look forward to sharing with you all the content I have in the pipeline, the new podcast I recorded with Connor Boyd, and the guest post - when I've completed it - for Sarah Carey's blog. I believe the content I will be sharing will provide tremendous value, and will hopefully enlighten you with perspectives you may not be familiar with, or maybe once were familiar with and have long forgotten.
I continue to believe that the content I will be providing will be helpful to you all in one way or another. I do believe, even if just for one person, my writing can help them or you along in the journey of your own lives. Regardless the case of whether or not you choose to follow my message with the coming changes, every true leader makes a stand for what they believe in and will never have 100% of the support from the people that know him or know of him. To think, believe, or try to achieve otherwise would exemplify no leadership capabilities at all because if you stand for everything, then you actually stand for nothing. While I hope you'll join me along the way, I know not everyone will.
Here's to the forthcoming and enlightening perspectives, bittersweet truths, and to helping you in any other way I can should you choose to follow along in all that's to come...