Autumn seems to be my own personal season of change, as I’ve found that historically, things change in my life around this time of year. I’m writing to give you some news, which isn’t as useful as my typical posts aim to be, but hey, it’s a blog. Sometimes, we use them to announce things, right?
I am moving on from pulvermedia and my job producing the Video on the Net conference.
As of today, I’m officially a free agent.
There are some things being discussed, and I hope to report more interesting news within a matter of days (weeks?), but I thought I’d announce it here, so that you knew I was no longer working with the pulvermedia organization.
Still a Friend
Now, please don’t confuse this with my relationship with Jeff Pulver. Jeff and I are still friends, and still have plans to keep each other’s lives interesting. For instance, we’re in Boston together Tuesday night. So, don’t get that idea, okay?
I’m just no longer an employee of the organization.
Quick Housekeeping Note
I’m turning in my cellphone and laptop in a day or two. I’ve used my work phone number on every business card and contact you have. As such, it’s not worth much to you now. Just hold your horses. I’ll send you a new number soon. I’m still debating whether or not I want to use my GrandCentral number as my primary contact #, but I haven’t figured out how I can change a few features to make it do what I want. Stay tuned.
What Comes Next
My focus over the last year has been on community, and particularly how social media and networks build and enhance relationships, either business or personal.
Beyond that, my talent seems to lie in a few places:
- Explaining Things
- Sharing and Being Helpful
While I’m working out my next role, you can rest assured it will take my technical knowledge, my business understanding, and my human-centric view of both those worlds and use my abilities to their full advantage.
I have a meeting tomorrow with a prospective employer, but in the spirit of doing what’s best for my future, if you have any thoughts or suggestions, I’m always open for a conversation. My email remains blog at chrisbrogan dot com.
This blog and my passions remain the same. Fear not. More posting will ensue. I’ve just been tired from travel.
Photo Credit, Steve Garfield