Jumping Off the Cliff

In my last post here, I made an announcement that I had started working as the Enterprise Sales Manager for ManageWP.com. I’ve decided to move on from that position and focus my attention on continuing to build my own businesses and partnerships.

man jumping off cliff
Online Business Takes Guts

It’s Not You, It’s Me

To be clear, we’ve separated on good terms and I have the highest respect for the entire team at ManageWP.com and firmly believe in their products and services and will continue to work with them where warranted and be a vocal advocate of their tools. In fact, if you’re reading this and happen to be attending the New Media Expo in Las Vegas this weekend, be sure to stop by the ManageWP.com booth. I’ll be there and will be happy to tell you all about the service.

Why I Left (in a nutshell)

There were several factors that led to my resignation. The two most important were…

  1. I couldn’t dedicate the time needed. Our expectations were different.
  2. The voice in the back of me head kept saying “go in a different direction.”

As a reminder, before this experience, I had been focusing on my business and partnerships full time for a few months and our successes were starting to grow. When I decided to change my focus, my own business and my partnerships started to take a back seat, and that was not a good thing.

No Parachute

Now that I have re-focused my business development and marketing efforts on my two main projects, WP Pro Business and FooBox, I am feeling refreshed mentally and emotionally and a renewed sense of excitement and accomplishment. There is a lot of work to be done, no doubt.

I better get to it.

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