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In One Year’s Time…

A year ago and some change I had registered a new domain name — yen.camp — with the intention of designing and building out our first cohort-based education / workshop experience for my resurrected startup.

It’s crazy to think that none of what we’ve built over the last year was even in existence then! Truly… the amount of work that you can produce in a single, calendar year — even in the middle of a global pandemic! — is quite humbling.

And exciting.

I’m so grateful for my friends, my family, my colleagues, my team, my investors… and everyone else in the larger community who didn’t give up on me (and the team!) as we launched, iterated, and grew something from nothing.

From my perspective, it was clear that the $84.00 investment would prove-out as one of the more important moments in my startup’s new and refreshed history. And my mission hasn’t changed: I’m still as desperate as I was back then to share everything that I know with as many people as possible.

We are on our way.

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    Weird right, how much you can do in a year!

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      lol. always blowing my own mind.

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    Thanking for having me on the journey with what you’ve built last year during a global pandemic 😄

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      yo! good to see you friend!

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