About

My name is Geoff Lennon.  I’m a recent college graduate (Finance/Economics) and a young professional (professional services industry) who is interested in personal and professional development.  I’ve also had a long-time interest in writing, though I’ve done little of it recreationally (certainly none of it this publicly), spending most of my time either writing papers for professors or preparing reports for managers.

However, in January 2011, I decided that it was finally time to stop just talking about sharing my writing more broadly…it was time to get started! 

This blog is my attempt to do just that…to get started.

It’ll likely take some time for me to find my footing, to develop a point-of-view, determine the topics I want to discuss on a regular basis, to develop my blogging ‘voice’ and to get smarter on using WordPress, but I look forward to the challenge and to hearing from readers, gathering your feedback and working to improve.

Thanks for reading!

I welcome your feedback and hope that you’ll consider subscribing to future posts via the links available at right.

Geoff

Disclaimer/Note:  This site is for entertainment purposes only.  I’m not a financial advisor, and as such, no information found on this site should be construed as formal financial advice.  Moreover, the views expressed in this blog do not represent those of my previous or current employers, nor do they reflect those of any previous or current clients.

One Response to About

  1. Hi, I am wondering if I can get permission from you to reprint one of your posts in Audiology Today magazine. We would like to use the post titled: The Value of Professional Credentials. Here’s the link: https://geoffreylennon.wordpress.com/2011/04/17/the-value-of-professional-credentials/

    If you are open to it, how would we have to credit your work?

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