What’s your Motivation?

I’ve had several emails from my subscribers asking me what my motivation is for creating this blog.  Well, I can finally reveal ( 😉 ) that I’m writing this to encourage me to to keep learning – and this is a powerful motivator!

I’ve done a lot of personal development in the past, and one of the perpetual themes that I kept coming across was that of constant learning.  Peter Thomsonsays “The day you stop learning is the day you stop earning”, and Tony Robbins has a complete system which he calls C.A.N.I. – Constant And Never-ending Improvement.

This has been instrumental in me creating this blog.  It forces me to seek out new information.  It forces me to understand things in sufficient depth to write sensibly about them.  It forces me, in short, to keep pushing myself to learn more about my chosen field – technology.

There’s another side to this too.  By writing a blog within a specific field, it brings me closer to like-minded people.  I’m sure I’m not the only person here whose friends are less technical than themselves so who crave technical discussion.  I find it thrilling when something that I write triggers a response from someone – even if they disagree with me!  Debate is healthy and I’m open enough to admit that I don’t have all the answers.

So come on, debate with me, challenge me, and keep me on the road to further learning!

About The Author


John is a Senior Solutions Engineer for a U.S. IT company, specialising in Software Defined IT Infrastructure. He has an extensive background in IT and spends way too much time sitting at his PC's, making videos for himself and other Internet marketers and dreaming of spending more time boating. He's also passionate about Jesus.

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