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…Today marks the introduction of my Services. I could not be more excited or proud about this. The Spring slots are already filling up, due to the initial announcement over my invitational mailing list. If you’re a visionary entrepreneur who writes, or know of one (or several), please do explore — share — enjoy.

Listen to me read this here:


 

Often, change is good. We don’t necessarily see it as such — especially when our lives are being thrown helter-skelter — but the inevitability of change can also hint at something better.

I see no need to bang on about change right now, though. All I want to do is fling the doors open to my new space and say: Welcome.

If you read my site in an RSS feed, you may have no idea what I’m talking about; and, should this be the case, I implore you to visit the site in a browser and take a look around. I ask this not only because the entire site has been revamped, but also because there are new rooms to explore and well-worn furniture that’s had a facelift.

For example, today marks the introduction of my Services. I could not be more excited or proud about this. The Spring slots are already filling up, due to the initial announcement over my invitational mailing list. If you’re a visionary entrepreneur who writes, or know of one (or several), please do explore — share — enjoy.

Due to the new-home feel of Esmé Weijun Wang — esmewang.com — I’m having housewarming presents. Comment on any post put up this week, beginning today until next Saturday, and you’ll automatically be entered to win one of two prizes: The Kindness Hustle, a 30-day self-taught course from Theresa Reed (also known as The Tarot Lady), which has certainly taught me to think more deeply about what steps I can take to be a kinder person, or a $25 donation in your name to Girls Write Now, an organization that arranges for writing mentors to meet regularly with at-risk girls in order to grow their skills of expression. Kindness and girl writers: two things that I can get behind. I hope to live up to both.

My gratitude is immense, but I’ll begin with thanking the two powerhouses behind the site’s transition. Jo Klima of The Darling Tree possesses alchemical skill and design acumen that astonishes me regularly. Lisa Wood of Sprout New Media, and her team, made the vision a reality. Emotional and business support included, and continue to include, Dyana Valentine, Alexandra Franzen, Tara Gentile, and Grace Quantock — all amazing women; the readers who come here and leave comments, as well as chirp with me on Twitter, are dear to my heart. And, finally: a special thanks to my family and friends who are not named here, who are my pack, and who make sure that I keep going.