After a couple of years of curiosity I’ve decided it’s time to start blogging. All the standard questions abound…will anyone read my blogs? Will anyone care what I have to say? Will anyone respond to my blogs? Will I start talking to myself after I develop the habit of reading my own blogs? Will Mr. Ahmet Baruk, Barrister for some unfortunate multi-millionaire in Africa who recently met a tragic and untimely death, finally be able to get in touch with me so as to give me a 50% commission simply for transfering the deceased’s earthly fortune to a U.S. bank account?
But perhaps most importantly, what will I blog about? Good question. I can only answer that by saying: I refuse to pontificate. I refuse to sugar coat stuff. I refuse to bicker, whine, and moan. Other than that, I guess I plan to talk about the things that I know best, spend the most time on, and interest me most. That means, a bunch o’ blogging about work (as a CEO growing a software company), travel (mostly Europe and New England skiing), and a smattering of fun stuff (movies, books, family, dogs, cats, whatever).
Update: Chuck sold Emerald Software Group in 2011. You can learn about his new company by clicking here.