On Sabbaticals and Whims
Wherein we optimise for nothing.
I have been gallivanting deep within the dark forest of web3, which has been relentlessly wondrous. Fiendishly so. But betwixt that, virtual events, in-person firesides, and some of the genuinely secret/classified work I am doing in Enterprise Land, I’ve had nary a moment to write to you.
That changes! As of today. April Fool’s Day. The herald of new beginnings.
So, thank you for your patience. If, perchance, you have forgotten whomst I is (because it has been so long) then ahem: I am none other than Dr Fox, Archwizard of Ambiguity (most fantastic). By day I work to cultivate quality thinking and quest leadership amidst teams.
Cool, well, that was awkward. I shan’t do that again anytime soon. Moving on—
Here’s a link to my response to a letter I received in October last year, wherein I am asked to share some thoughts on the notion of sabbaticals, along with a video and a magical code that grants anyone access to my illustrious program—The “Choose One Word” Ritual of Becoming—for free.
I could have just pasted my response to the letter here, but that feels a little weird—like, it somehow violates the intimacy of it all. And so I shall leave this museletter uncharacteristically succinct. I hope you have been more-than-well, and that 2022 is bringing about a kind of flourishing within your interior and exterior worlds. Yes, our backdrop remains grim, but more than ever I see glimmers of ‘hope’ for us all. It takes a bit squinting to find, but it’s there.
More from me soon. xoxo
Oh, and if you’d like to write me a letter, I may respond! Eventually. Direct your pigeon to drjasonfox.com/letters (I have a backlog but they’ve all been fascinating and relatable thus far).