Tag: shoemaker’s children

A colleague and friend of mine at an agency in my past was fond of the old saying “the shoemaker’s children go barefoot.” If you take a look at the epoch that passed between my last little blog post and this one, you’ll see evidence of the truth of that statement. Believe me, during that two year span, I was dutifully advising my clients not to start blogs if they didn’t have a plan to maintain them. Apparently, I’m exempt from my own counsel.

Nonetheless, I’m going to try to offer up a few words here now and then. Hopefully they occupy your attention and provide some degree of value. I’m going to do my best to post more frequently than once every 24 months, but…no promises. :)

As you can see, the True Impact website has been refreshed after 5 years. Thanks to the original web desginer, Sean Rieger, who built a site so good that it remained relevant for over five years. Thanks to the web designer who put the new site together for me, Anthony Tori. I think he did a wonderful job, and invite your feedback as well. I hope you’ll agree that the site reflects the place True Impact stands today, after over five years in business.

Much has happened since that first site went up quietly in 2008. The mortgage industry has changed. The world has changed. And, of course, our little world has changed (for the better) here in our suburban corner of Cleveland. I hope to share some of that and, in so doing, to provide at least a crumb or two to serve as food for thought.

Cheers!