How Tragedy Taught Me to Redefine My Limits – A Year in Review (Part 3)


This is the long-delayed third part of a 3-part post about my experiences leaving my job, starting a business, and taking control of my life last year. I really recommend reading part 1 and part 2 first.

This post is also a lot longer than I meant it to be, because I have so much I want to get out, there’s too much I don’t want to leave out, and editing it more would only delay me posting it even longer. But if you follow my blog, pieces like this won’t be the norm for me. This one is special.

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A voice passes

I was really hit harder today by Roger Ebert’s passing than any celebrity or public figure that I can remember. He was an amazing writer, communicator, and even artist who was adept at sharing his passion for the movies that I care so much about, and later for how he embraced technologies to give himself a new voice both online and off. Probably most of all because I grew up watching his show every Sunday, both with Siskel and later with others.

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