Seven Years Done

In November, 2004, we talked about starting this blog. Here we are, seven years later. This is post #1,580. Much has changed, we have weathered a recession, published through Hurricane Wilma. Sometimes people ask, what it takes to keep something like this going.

In the end. This conversation, like most conversations, is with myself, there just happens to be other people in the room. Thank you, for being in the room.

Off to Washington DC, working with three Vistage groups on my favorite subject, the research of Elliott Jaques.

Tomorrow, we roll into our eighth year of publishing. Today, I think I will have a beer.
-Tom Foster

12 thoughts on “Seven Years Done

  1. Bill Lawton

    I’ve enjoyed being “in the room” and appreciated your thoughts. While your discussions are with yourself, I hope your beer is not. I wish I was there to share that as well. Enjoy, it is well deserved!

  2. Dan Hudish

    Congrats, Tom. I have been reading your blog for about 3 years or so, I guess, and I find it the best way to get a regular “shot” of Jaques. Keep up the good work. “Requisite” really works, as we both know. Best wishes in your continued efforts to get more people to understand that fact and to give it a try!

    1. Tom Foster

      Thanks for the kind words. Just finished two workshops (back-to-back) today talking to Vistage groups about Elliott. At the end of the day, I was tired, but fully energized. -TF


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