A New Direction

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Some of you may have noticed that it’s been a while since my last post—my apologies!  Actually, I’ve been working behind the scenes to determine where this blog is headed.  After much consideration, I decided to make a pivot (and a hint at my upcoming posts) from a “blog” with regular updates to a knowledge and experience curation “site.”  For more details, check out the updated “The Story Behind The Business of Teaching” page.

So, what does this mean for readers?  Since content won’t be updated on a regular basis, the best way to keep up with The Business of Teaching is to subscribe by using the sidebar on the right of every post.  That way you’ll be notified whenever a bit of inspiration hits me.

Since I never intended to monetize this site in the way that traditional blogs are (if anything, I might compile this into a book someday), I’d rather focus on delivering quality, original content as opposed to posting (or re-posting) daily or weekly just to drive traffic and keep up with the Joneses.  Although this will amount to less content, hopefully what you read will be more useful than ever before.

So, with that said, I’m already working on fresh content for early 2014.  Until then, happy holidays!

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2 thoughts on “A New Direction

  1. I think this makes a lot of sense. Back when I had my own website, I came to the same conclusion. Readers want to read not only what you’re writing, but what you’re reading. Bloggers like Andrew Sullivan have done this for a long time. Good luck! Will keep reading.

    • Thanks Andrew! I appreciate your comment. If all goes well, you’ll see a bit of what you suggest in next year’s content. Next time we meet, I’ll have to ask you more about your website…

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