– 3mths in…

 I don’t know how most websites get started, but hit the three month anniversary mark today!  Firstly hello all who have stumbled across and this article. (P.s this post isn’t specifically Salesforce related but please bare with me).

To start off, I would like to share a very humbling fact. (So much so I had to actually double check this!) – 3 month mark

As of today, over 3,390 people have visited this site!  With over 1,400 people discovering this site, for the first time since the start of May!! Amazing!  

Thank everyone who has either visited, commented, viewed, shared, proof-read, inspired or contributed to making this site get up on its feet.

Starting out three months ago with my first post, I honestly was worried if anyone would find let alone read anything on this blog.  Never in a million years would I have ever excepted to have anyone read what I put up on here.

At the start of, I remember  excessively worrying about every word/sentence being sent out.  How much was I worrying?  To the point of overthinking the simplest concept and second guessing myself (as we all know there are multiple ways to solve most Salesforce problems, but what is the best way to write about??)

Mostly I think the fear was (stupidly) around getting over-run by trolls and/or everything mixed with the classic imposter syndrome and worrying about if what I said was good enough?! ? I am not sure that will completely go away altogether, but….

It has been a very short three months today, since I started this endeavour.  But it is safe to say I have learnt so very much!  Not just about how other people use Salesforce but in whole new areas/technology I never expected to even think about!

So to finish up, I sincerely thank each and everyone one of you for getting the site to where it is today and look forward to where the future 3mths will take us!!

Adam Gill

Hi, Adam here! I am a Trailhead Ranger and also 5x certified. I have been working with Salesforce since 2007, across a wide variety of CRM projects and orgs (both greenfield and legacy). I love travelling and fun fact, I had my scuba diving license before my driving license!

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