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So we’re officially one month into the New Year. Last night I sent a huge email out to the team to explain how grateful I am to be working with each and every one of them, as well as outlining my plans for Individualism moving forward through 2012. 2011 was a huge year for me both personally and professionally. However, the changes I’ve experienced with Individualism have easily been the most memorable, richest experiences I can remember. We’ve had team members leave and had new members come on board. We’ve celebrated our 3rd birthday, which then lead to 3 of the most exciting parties London has seen in a long while!
We’ve been featured on everything from Hypebeast, BBC1XTRA and GQ to Grazia (a blasted women’s mag!) and will be in shortlist as well as a few others this year. We’ve had everything from people stopping us in Westfield saying they changed their university course because of us, to being stopped at Miami airports.
All of this wouldn’t be possible without the continued support from all of you guys. I’d like to take the time out and thank you all for choosing to spend you’re time reading and watching what we do and produce. We understand that the internet is getting chock a block with great content and you have the choice to leave whenever you want, so we appreciate that you have still stuck it out with us and we hope to bring you more entertaining informative men’s style content for years to come.
Now onto the purpose of today’s post. We all know beginning a new year is the perfect time to make changes and start to pursue new goals. One of them for me is to personally write a little more. Over the last year the team has grown and my time has been limited due to the amount of projects I’ve been undertaking, which has ultimately limited my posting input.
In 2012 I’m going to change that. I officially introduce you to my Editors Letter. Each Week / Month (if it gets too much) I’ll be writing a little bit about what I’ve been up to (which will hopefully be interesting enough for you to stick around past 3 seconds) and rounding up what we’ve produced as a team over that period of time.
So I’ll leave you on that note. Remember, “There are no failures. There are only results”. Try new things, if they don’t work, learn and move forward. Just always keep getting up. Remember you can’t loose a game if you continue to play on. That’s all life is about. To 2012!