Tag: New Year’s

2016 was another great year for me personally and professionally. Most importantly, I have gotten married, purchased a home, and moved in with my beautiful wife. Maybe that’s part of the reason I’ve been missing-in-action in the blog world…

Either way, HAPPY NEW YEAR and all the best luck to you and yours. Maybe you’ll see bigger and better things (or at least a more occasional post) from me next year :)

Til Next Time,

Michael

I have clearly been useless as a blogger lately. For that, I’m sorry. As far as the past few months go, though, they have been tremendous personally and professionally. Within the past three months I have:

  • Accepted the Cablefax Award for Overachievers Under 30
  • Been promoted to Director at my company
  • Gotten engaged to the love of my life

So – needless to say – it’s been a busy time. Not a lot of time to reflect and blog. Hopefully once I start traveling in the new year I will have plenty of time to shed some light on it all. Who knows, maybe this whole blog thing turns into more of a referendum on the wedding planning process? We’ll see :)

Regardless, HAPPY NEW YEAR and all the best luck to you and yours.

Til Next Time,

Michael

Happy New Year 2015

Wishing you and yours a happy and prosperous new year!  May this year present you much success, fulfillment, and good health. Cheers to 2015!

Til Next Time,

Michael

Happy New Year

Cheers to a successful 2013 and looking forward to an even better and more successful 2014!  I wanted to take a quick opportunity to wish you all the best and thank you for being a follower of michael-wiggins.com.  When I started out on this journey to develop a site to supplement the traditional resume measures (i.e. what I have managed, where I have worked, who I have worked with), I never could have expected it would be this rewarding.  Thank you to all those who have helped make the site a success and I look forward to (hopefully) continuing to drive relevant dialogue in the matters most important to Corporate America throughout 2014 and beyond.

I feel that far too often we get settled in the traditional templates, processes, and ways of thinking, and I hope sites like mine continue to press the envelope and help everyone ask the difficult questions that will help companies innovate and drive forward to the future with bigger and better ideas.  When we reduce ourselves to a rhetoric of bullet points on a resume, I think we lose a lot of our spirit and our personality.  We throw away our opinions and personal beliefs in order to regurgitate a series of accomplishments that are largely void of original human thought or opinion.  I feel like this is really hurting our society, and I hope that we can all agree to be more mindful of human interaction and personal engagement going forward.  Sometime in the not-too-distant-future, I hope we are all benchmarked not only on what it may say on our resume, but rather, a larger body of opinions and skills that may have previously been brushed under the rug.  This is a topic and conversation that I look forward to adding a lot more color to over the coming months and years, so please don’t hesitate to chime in and let me know if you think I’ve gone off the reservation!

Again, Happy New Year and I look forward to hearing more of your stories and thoughts in 2014!

Til Next Time,

Michael

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