Commitment to 365 blog posts in 52 weeks

Commitment to 365 blog posts in 52 weeks

This is the type of commitment that happened one day after I woke up and decided to do it. Most people wait until their birthday, others might wait until New Years resolutions. August 18th came and I simply decided to write 365 blogs in the next 52 weeks. Notice, I didn’t say that I would write one blog a day, but rather 365 over the next year.

What Does This Mean for David Goecke?

It means that my thoughts about business, life, and the world will start to work its way into a readable format online. SO many people have written successful articles and books so I do not want to re-invent the wheel. Instead, I’d rather leverage existing resources to further my discussion and I hope that you will become involved with the conversation.

Passions and Topics of Interest?

I’m glad you asked. Finding your passion and areas of interest and truly understanding yourself is the first step toward happiness. Many have no clue what makes them happy or joyful. To some, happiness may stem from their faith, family or friends. For others, work is truly their passion. For me, it is a mix of both for I believe that a well balanced life is a happy life. Without further a due, below is a topic of personal interests and passions.

  • Personal Finance
  • Cooking and Health
  • Yoga and Fitness
  • Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Motorcycles and Fast Cars
  • Leadership and Motivation
  • Travel and Culture
  • Purpose and Psychology
  • People and Events
  • Style
  • Graphic Design and Technology

Tell Me About Your Passions!

Over the course of the next year, I am motivated and excited to embark on a writing journey that hopefully leads me to my own definition of value, success, and happiness. Now tell me about you! What makes you happy and what are you passionate about?

About the author,

David Goecke is a business developer and designer. He is passionate about helping people through the use of technology and systems. In his free time, he enjoys meeting new people, advancing new ideas, reading, and competitive sports. You can find him on twitter @DavidGoecke.

  • Kurt Snyder

    I am passionate about my students succeeding in life! Good luck to you, David. I am sure you will do great.

    Kurt Snyder
    Adjunct Professor
    Indiana University
    Kelley School of Business

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