As most of you are aware through personal conversations or my first enewsletter, this past September I took the exciting leap of opening my own practice. I am enjoying the simplicity, and focusing on my practice, my family and my health. With the assistance of my interior decorator, my lovely wife Marci, our renovations are almost complete and our new space is comfortable and beginning to feel like home. I have only walked upstairs to my old office a couple of times after lunch, a hard habit after 21 years in the same place.
I have spent this past six or so months working on making our team, my practice and myself better. Personally, I feel strong. I am back riding my bicycle weekly with friends, working out with my sister-in-law Kara and my son Nicholas, and wrestling and swimming with my younger boys, Dominic and Paul. My friend Missy Shopshire continues to assist me in sharpening my focus on my business and I am enjoying her reading recommendations. I encourage you to read Donald Miller’s A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: How I Learned to Live a Better Story. I believe we all want to live a better story, yet we tend to get wrapped up in life and all the noise. Please take a couple of hours and give this book a read. Shoot me an email when you do – I’d enjoy hearing your thoughts.
Through the continued guidance of my dear friend John Miles, and Jennifer Riley Simone at Fresh Figs Marketing, I have updated our website, started blogging and sending an enewsletter, and created LinkedIn and Twitter accounts. These mediums allow me the ability to provide you with information on current tax and law changes that affect you, your family, and your business. I will be respectful of your time and only communicate with you as appropriate. It is my hope that you will find the information beneficial and easy to read.
I remain blessed that I have an opportunity to serve you, to provide you guidance and some measure of peace wherever life has taken you on your current journey.
Find someone to laugh with today! My Best, Paul Pittman.