Full Circle

Last weekend I volunteered at Hoʻoulu ʻĀina through HIHO and Kokua Kalihi Valley (KKV). This was an experience. The 80 or so volunteers gathered in a grass area and naturally put ourselves in a circle without any kind of instruction. I’m lucky to have this experience, meet all the wonderful stewards, and build/learn/share knowledge. Photo by R. Jeung.

This is my 52nd post. Meaning I reached my goal of blogging weekly for a year.

Like the metric of talking to 100 people a week, blogging was an exercise for me to share my perspectives and also keep log of all the ideas and projects I’m actively pursuing.

So what does this mean for you as my audience? Well, I’m planning to shake things up a bit. This year I’m planning to blog a lot more sporadically and naturally.

Fear not.

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Focus

I got this amazing shot in Big Island in the middle of the night. I woke up from camping and realized the sky was at its clearest while the volcano’s heat provided a glow below the stars. Sometimes the most focus views are found at random times. (Photo by D. Ramos)

2018 is quickly approaching and I find myself in a great position to hit the ground running. Spent a lot of time networking and learning about local businesses and organizations.

Focus. That’s what I’m shaping. This isn’t the first time I started a company. Now that I know exactly what kind of value I bring to the table, I need to make it easier for my customers to select my services. Keeping that in mind, I’m excited to provide packages and a la carte services, making technological solutions as easy as ordering a hamburger.

I’m really excited to hear what you think and get a conversation started. Feel free to holler @ me directly.