If you believe in what I’m doing to increase awareness about what “giftedness” is (and what it isn’t), I humbly ask for your support. Together, we can change the narrative about this type of neurodiversity.
I have countless ideas, but I’m limited by both time and money. If what I’m sharing matters to you, please make a small contribution to help defray the cost.
My current expenses
Since December 2018, I’ve incurred countless expenses related to this blog. Many are monthly fees. As of this writing (late September 2019; three months post-launch), I have yet to recoup a single penny I’ve spent since December 2018, when I began building this site. (And that doesn’t count the hundreds of lost billable hours from my consulting business.)
I don’t share this with you for pity. I share it because I have a vision that I don’t have the resources to fulfill right now. To take this where I want it to go, I need to focus more of my time on what I do best: writing, strategizing, collaborating and establishing connections that further this mission.
I could accomplish more, in a shorter amount of time, with donations to help fund those monthly expenses as well as the many activities blogging involves (laying out and posting each story, monitoring website and social media analytics, designing and scheduling social media posts from the content I create, etc.).
Even four or five hours per week of a virtual assistant’s time would make a huge difference in output and overall efficiency.
How to contribute
If you’d like to support this effort with a small monthly contribution, simply click on the Patreon link below.
Setting up tiers with varying amounts didn’t feel right to me. I want you to decide on a monthly amount that feels comfortable to you. Besides, this seems more fitting considering we value out-of-the-box thinking! 🙂
Regardless of the amount, I promise to use your contribution wisely.
Whether or not you give
And most important, regardless of whether or not you donate, thank you. I’m honored that you’ve taken time out of your day to read the information and perspectives I’m sharing. It means more to me than words can convey.
All my best,