Monday, August 3, 2009

The Hardest Part: Getting Started

"The hardest part is getting starting. " We've all heard it many times before. No matter what you're getting into, whether it be a new business or job, a new sport or hobby, or even blogging, getting started is the hardest part. I have a very strong belief that this is a mental barrier, as are many other barriers.

On that note, I will be starting my new blog here. It will be the voice of Chadwick Johnson. will be my stage for spreading ideas that I believe are worth spreading. I will help others to improve their lives and the lives of others, and show everyone that life can be enjoyed and used for good at the same time. I will discuss a great number of different things, from general ideas to specific subjects that may only interest a hand full of individuals. My interests will be revealed through my many blog posts, but some of them include business, entertainment, food, lifestyle design, music, religion, travel, web design, and web development. Yes, those are just a few of my many interests. As I add more posts, you can find out more about my interests by using the tag list on the side. I am a life learner, and plan to share with You much of what I have learned and experienced.

The platform that I initially chose for my blog is Google's Blogger. I am a big fan of Google, which I will go into more detail later, but the main reason I chose Blogger was because it was quick and simple, and my number one excuse for not starting a blog before was "I don't have the time." Problem solved. Don't waste time rolling my own. Get it done.

So, here it is. I hope you enjoy what you read, and use it to improve your life and others.

1 comment:

  1. Well, you've sort of motivated me to "get started" (again). is too niche now and I got a blank slate over at, maybe I will use it. It is my business domain, and that is a lot of what I really like to talk about anyway :)

    Congrats on your first post and I am expecting some pretty good things from this blog ...


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