I believe that it’s important to challenge yourself. Whether it’s setting a new personal best on the row machine or kicking the Juul habit you developed over the holidays, you cannot settle into complacency. This brand, PGP, is an extension of all of us, and that is why I’ve taken the book on content distribution and thrown it in my chiminea. We are officially announcing our entry into LinkedIn, a business- and employment-oriented social networking service that operates via websites and mobile apps. Let’s go.
That’s the question I’ve been answering here for the last week as I’ve attempted to rollout this initiative. And make no mistake, there has been significant pushback from corporate. In fact, I was told “it’s your ass” if this goes south. So needless to say, my job is on the line here. But to answer the question, the purpose of this endeavor is to keep it fresh. Finding new ways to distract you is what I live for, and I think we can do this in a way that you haven’t seen before.
Will, W.R. Bolen, Madison and I are all admins, so if you see something on there, one of us posted it. Unless it’s awful or offensive, in which case we were hacked.
Hell if I know, man. Rumor has it that “Morning Coffee Thoughts” will be making appearances, but Ross Bolen is a notoriously unpredictable. You can’t tame that beast. All we can do is bring you tent, some from the vault and some new. There’s a new world out there that’s just begging to be hit with high-level, full-throttle PGP content. It is our duty to provide it to them.
Oh, it’s on LinkedIn. A bit redundant, but I need to include this for the sake of uniformity.
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Go follow us. Unless you have a burner account (power move), you won’t get the luxury of Internet anonymity, but it’s refreshing to see real people interact with the brand. Hey, maybe this turns into a good networking tool for you. Peejers, Touchers, Clam-Fam all getting together and endorsing each other. The ceiling is the roof..