Friday, May 8, 2009

A New Direction

[This post is a response to the continual support of my wife and Molly to keep at it.]

I know it has been way too long since my last posting. To those of you who still check up on me every once in a while or still have me in your Reader, I am humbled.

The truth is, over the last couple months, I have not only been finishing up a new business venture (which I will go into more detail about soon), but have also been seriously considering the direction and focus of this blog.

I have enjoyed being able to offer financial advice to my readers over the last year or so. But, I have recently come to the conclusion that there are many personal finance blogs out there that offer sound wisdom for those looking to eliminate debt, save for retirement, and get the most out of their dollar.

Therefore, I have decided to shift the current focus of The Dollar Dance, and will begin a transition into something new. With the mentality of finding a need and striving to meet that need, I am certain that I will be able to accomplish more through this blog than ever before.

I invite you to join me as I turn the page. If you own your own business, or play a key role in handling the finances of a small business, I think you will like what is to come.

As I continue to work through this process, I will be sharing some life lessons I have recently learned that, quite frankly, must be experienced in order for them to be truly grasped.

Looking forward to it!



Amanda B. Young said...

I think your new direction is something much needed. Will look forward to where you go with it!

Victoria said...

As a reader of the Dollar Dance, I am happy you are going to stick with it and I am also excited to see what is coming next. Knowing you, its gonna be great! :)

Timothy Gill said...

Thanks Amanda!

If you have any questions come up, please shoot them my way.