In Japan, the word for constant and never-ending improvement is kaizen. Not only is this an operating philosophy for modern Japanese businesses, it is also the age-old philosophy of warriors, too—and it’s becoming the personal mantra of millions of successful people. - Jack Canfield
As part of my constant and never-ending improvement, I have decided to bring everything home. Literally, I'm bringing everything to my home page, DanHansen.com. I discovered that I have so many goals and projects. I didn't want to be so scattered on the Internet. I have decided to take my lead from Michael Hyatt at http://michaelhyatt.com. Therefore, I'm taking my blog and podcast to the next level.
Taking It to the Next Level
This is exciting. I'm taking my blog and podcast to the next level. I am planning on putting everything under one domain, DanHansen.com.
What do I mean? My blog is already at DanHansen.com. I am working on is merging the podcast The Coffee Couch there. I'm also bringing in my scholarly studies from The Scholars Room. I have a few books and screenplays that I am working on. I decided to do is make me the brand.
This will allow me to showcase the many sides of me. The scholar-practitioner, novelist, screenwriter, and podcaster will all have a chance to shine.
Canfield, J. (2008). Commit to Constant and Never-Ending Improvement. Retrived from http://www.success.com/article/commit-to-constant-and-never-ending-improvement#sthash.oAPhSKiT.dpuf