First off, thank you.

Thank you for all the support over the years with the blog and the creation of my company Brandswag (now MindFrame). Thank you for the content, sharing, and communication to develop a stronger presence for social media and digital marketing. I am transitioning into a new phase in my personal and professional life but first…

My partner, Brandon Coon, and I left college wanting to create and build something. We didn’t know how (or what), but we knew we wanted to build a business that helped people understand the world of marketing and digital technology. And so, we took the risk and dove headfirst.

We went through many changes between the years of 2007 and 2010 mainly because we were trying to find the right product for a business driven by “kids” under the age of 25.

In business, you know how important it is for a company to change and grow in order to prosper. This is true in my life and business as it is for your own. The most notable change came in January of 2011 when we shifted the entire focus and name of the company. We created MindFrame.

Since January, we have been working hard to build a service and software model that delivers personalized communication for the world’s most important nonprofits. Basically, we created a software solution that captured more data and raised more money from donors.

The software worked and the solution was a success for many of our clients. MindFrame is now moving into a new phase and now is the time for another change.

I have decided to step away from MindFrame and pursue other business opportunities in social media training and software development. As of September 30, I have sold the majority of my equity in MindFrame to my existing partners and outside investors.

I still maintain a small ownership and have 100% faith in the MindFrame brand and the future success of the company.

As for my future endeavors, that has yet to be decided. I will continue to do more speaking to national and international audiences, inspiring them to challenge themselves and their paradigms. I will also continue to write more to create the kind of content people need to propel their brands into the future, both in books and this blog.

Thank you for the support and encouragement you’ve given me in the past couple of years. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to see you sometime soon. As always, if you need anything, I’m just a phone call away.