Cats are good at knowing their place.
You can even say they own every place.
In fact, it appears as if they own life, you included.
How about we humans?
Is it part of our human-ness to search for our place,
and to learn how to own it?
How is this related to website development?
Having been engaged in developing personal websites, I have realized that creating and curating a personal website can help with searching and calibrating our place in our communities, our work eco-system, and in the world.
While being an efficient medium of communication, the process of making and maintaining a personal website can greatly enhance our clarity about our work, values and inspirations, the path we have walked and changes we have experienced over time. The process brings us to face fundamental questions, such as:
- What are my best contributions?
- Who are the best people I can engage with, and how?
- What forms of articulation can bridge between my contributions and those who may need it?
- What is important to share?
- How can I be more accessible?