Mailchimp is exhausting.

All I want to do is write.

Goodbye Mailchimp. Hello Substack.

Oh, and if you’re wondering how we initially met, it was either on Medium, Twitter, or my website.

I just exported my subscribers from Mailchimp and imported into Substack. Easy enough, and that’s the way I like it.

I love to write. I also love technology. But sometimes after a long day of real work, all I want to do is sit down and write a story, or a letter, or a simple blog post. I also want to share it with you, collectively know in my home as My People.

I want to write, and send.

I don’t want to have to futz around with a clunky, laggy, drag-and-drop UI to reach you.

I want to write, maybe edit a little, and hit enter. Done. That is where Substack comes it, and it excels at it’s task. I write here, hit publish, and it is sent to your inbox.

I promise to not be too annoying, but I do plan on writing here, and it might be a little different that what you find that I usually publish on Medium.

Same general concepts (entrepreneurship, motivation, leadership, etc.) but there isn’t a gatekeeper here.

Thanks for sticking with me.

Reach out any time.