Breaking Up The Silence

Hey, how are you doing?

I have both good and bad news for you…

Basically, the bad news are that I haven’t posted anything here for a really long time.

The good news are that I’m going to make it up to you!

Here’s something I want you to check out and embrace it just as I will.

Theodore Roosevelt said something extremely cool and relevant for today’s update:

“In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing.”

The worst thing I could do (even when I didn’t have time for anything else) was doing nothing.

And I regret it a lot but what has been done, has been done and we can only change the NOW.

So I’d like to tell you this:

I want to get back to blogging more frequently since I miss it a lot.

There’s also a lot of things that have changed radically in the past months so I won’t suffer from writer’s block or about finding interesting topics.

In case you’re new here, you can find some of the stuff I do in these places:

Other than that, you’ll be pretty much covered!

Thanks for reading and this is kind of weird but I don’t have any call to actions for you today.

Stay around and connect with me as there is plenty to follow!

3 Responses to Breaking Up The Silence

  1. Cararta December 23, 2014 at 9:55 am #

    Hi Sergio,

    Often listening to your trials and tribulations…self evaluations
    and new side trips.

    Giving back to you…
    “focus on your plan, stop the learning, you know enough
    already, Start Doing.”

    Direct quote from Sergio Felix To Cararta a Christmas/New Years
    gift from two years ago.

    • Sergio Felix December 23, 2014 at 8:40 pm #

      Hey Cararta, that is indeed a wonderful quote and one that I should remember every single day.

      Thanks a lot for visiting my site and hope you’re having a great time during these holidays.

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