Goodbye 2011; Hello 2012

My how time flies.

An entire month went by without a single blog being posted to this site.  What was I thinking!?

The good news is:

  • Business at Safe Harbor Consulting has picked up and I have been busy spending time on other, income generating tasks.
  • I took time off in December to spend with my family and friends and let this blog take second priority for a while.
  • There have been no real big, disaster events demanding my attention and prompting me to write a blog.

The bad news is: 

  • I have been experiencing a little writer’s block and have been challenged to come up with new topics to write about.
  • I have received little feedback from blog readers on my postings and have wondered about the effectiveness of this tool.
  • Business at Safe Harbor Consulting has picked up and I have been busy spending time on other tasks.  (Sometimes, news is both good and bad.)

But alas, it is time for the New Year’s resolutions to kick in and I must, at least, try to fulfill one resolution before the month of January expires.

I hope everyone had a terrific holiday season and a safe and happy New Years.

2011 was an interesting and eventful year for many of us in the Business Continuity and Emergency Management arena.  If the Mayans are correct, 2012 will prove to be even more so.

If you have any subjects or ideas you would like me to try to tackle in the next few blog entries, by all means, let’s hear them.  Otherwise, I may ask you to bear with me as I repeat a few topics, with perhaps, a new spin or refocused emphasis.

May 2012 bring you much joy, happiness and few disasters – at least none that you can’t recover from.

Happy New Year,

Joe Flach

Thank you for your input.