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Smiley’s New Website: smileyposwolsky.com

2 Mar
Bye bye whatsupsmiley.com. Hello smileyposwolsky.com

My new website! smileyposwolsky.com

Dear Whatsupsmiley readers,

It’s been a minute (okay, a minute and a half) since I last wrote a blog post here. I’ve been busy speaking about The Quarter-Life Breakthrough and hard at work on my proposal for my second book.

Exciting news: I launched my new website! smileyposwolsky.com will be the place where I write new blog posts, share information about speaking events, and keep an updated list of resources that can help you get unstuck, find meaningful work, and change the world.

This means that I’ll no longer be using this site, whatsupsmiley.com. I know, I know, it’s kind of like when Seinfeld went off the air in 1998 (I’m still recovering from that too). Don’t worry, I’m still going to keep blogging. Go to smileyposwolsky.com/subscribe and you’ll never miss a new post or a helpful resource.

I would like to take this moment to express gratitude to those of you who have been reading this blog since I started it three years ago. When I wrote one of my first posts, “Just For Life (Why I Quit My Job),” in May 2012, I had no idea that three years later I’d still be writing (or getting paid to speak) about finding fulfillment in the workplace. There is indeed some magic when you begin something new. There is genius in not knowing what the fuck you are doing. There is boldness in putting yourself out there. There is power in starting. A blog can really be a platform for a dream. So for all of you who have read a post, liked a post, shared a post, and encouraged me to keep writing and keep going these past three years, thank you. You may not realize it, but you have changed my life.

When you have a moment, check out the new site: smileyposwolsky.com. I think you’ll like it. 

Thank you for your readership, your support, and your inspiration.

The journey continues,


Smiley Poswolsky, Speaking

Come say hi: smileyposwolsky.com

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