Last week, I found out that my company, Toothless Tiger, and my personal website full of curls had its 7th birthday. I was blogging on Blogspot for a couple of months before buying the henrietteweber.com domain and turning into an army of me. A 7 year birthday is something to be proud of in these internet times where everything goes so fast.
I have always had a passion for the internet, relationships, and communities. But it was when my maternity leave ended that I first thought to myself: “Life is too busy living other people’s dreams”. Toothless Tiger and henrietteweber.com started out as playgrounds where I could document everything I wanted. It is where all my business revolutions, driven by 1-on-1 relationships on the internet, are documented.
A lot has happened since then. I’ve written several books, developed several creative tools for change, story living, and business unusual. I’ve also worked with a lot of really cool people. Got me a lot of dear internet friends.
I guess one could say I became a grown-up in the realm of this blog and Toothless Tiger. Sometimes I ask myself, “Is writing about Henriette the best way to spend a large part of my time?” And I must admit that yes it is. I see this as building a public legacy for my kids and family to come, documenting “Henriette” and my commercial thoughts. I see this as the personal part of Henriette Weber, my very own space to inspire, to tell stories, to rock, and to rant.
Wish me and my curls a happy birthday in the comments?