Some time ago, my friends and business partners urged me to consider writing a regular blog entry from the helm of ProCPR.org. I, being more of a verbal communicator and not especially confident with proper grammar, naturally felt reluctant to begin. After dragging my feet and finding many excuses as to why a blog is really simply a “Roy Shaw Brag Book” or something of very little importance to anyone other than my closest family and friends, I have researched other corporate blog sites and tried to get my now greying head wrapped comfortably around the real purpose of read worthy blog entries.
It’s not that I’ve ever been against Corporate blogs or the administrative transparency blogs can create, it’s just that for a man of my age (turning 40) never truly understanding what blogs were for, or from what interesting matter they are created, I simply did not want to cut down another “virtual tree” to waste kilobytes of “ink” on worthless trivial material that amounts to nothing more than a “see I told you I could blog about stuff I wouldn’t read myself!”
In the end, having written this first blog I think that I may enjoy blogging after all. Not only is it a bit therapeutic but has encouraged me to learn about something new. In the end I hope that the contents of my blogging will not only be of interest to me, but be of some interest to others who may choose to read it too.
Hmmm. Do I sign off?
Love Roy? How does one end a blog? Well, I’m sure I’ll get the hang of this soon. Besides, like all of my projects, I have a lot of help behind the scenes.
C’est la vie