Season's Greetings and....
Well, another year is almost over. I really can't believe just how quickly it has gone.
This will more than likely be my last post for 2007, I would like to thank everyone who has commented on my posts and emailed me directly. It is quite a buzz when people take time out of their busy schedules to interact and I really do appreciate it.
For me this year hasn't quite gone as I had planned. Drastic reductions in staff numbers at my work place resulted in delays to my health 2.0 project which has left me feeling a little drained and somewhat frustrated. I am going to take 3 weeks holiday beginning Christmas Eve which I truly hope will recharge my batteries and spark my creative spirit which is currently in hiding, or possibly already on holidays!
Next year might bring change for me. I feel that after almost 6 years in Government (Health) that it is probably time for me to move on to greener pastures. Unfortunately for me, I live in a State (Western Australia) that really doesn't have much in terms of Health 2.0 opportunities so I will need to really think long and hard about what I want to achieve in this industry. One thing is for sure though, I have no plans on moving away from it if I can help it. I know this sounds terribly corny but I believe I have found what I am meant to do in my life.
Rather than dwell on the negative, I would like to throw the microphone (so to speak) over to my readers and subscribers and invite you to share your achievements this year. It can be anything from your professional achievements right through to any personal ones you have made and met this year.
I'd also love to hear what your thoughts, hopes, goals and dreams are for 2008. Where will Health 2.0 take us next year I wonder? It really is an exciting time to be in Health. Regardless of how my year has panned out, I look forward to seeing the new directions and technologies that hit the market next year and beyond.
So that is it for me this year. Finally, I would like to wish everyone a very happy holiday over the Christmas break.
All the very best for 2008, stay safe, drive safe and be well!