This blog was an idea that started three years ago, first as a place to journal about business ideas I had and wanted to share. Not only did that become too demanding, but I also (quickly) learned that I just didn’t have enough experience or enough ingenuity for the amount of original business ideas necessary to run a blog; so I quit cold-turkey.
After three years I decided that I wanted to try blogging again, not limiting myself, but simply sharing whatever comes naturally, and that happens to be sharing personal opinions on books I read and personal experiences I go through.
This blog is a mix of professionalism and real life. It’s my first venture. It’s the first concrete idea that I can call my own.
Interestingly enough, this blog was re-started while I live in Shanghai, China. I study abroad in Shanghai as a sophomore at a university. You’d think that I’d have enough on my plate as I balance school and travel, but ever since the second semester began I couldn’t shake off the idea that now is the time to re-start this blog.
I chose A New Title as a name for the blog because it represents where I’m at in my life. I’ve been reading several books each semester, all of which have a “new title” with fresh pages full of information. Living in China has been a “new title” for another (incredibly impactful) chapter in my life. It’s a timeless name that can be applied to every experience I’ve ever gone through and will continue to experience. I think it represents the message of this blog: find A New Title.
Kaci D. Courtright
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