Joaquín Rodríguez Kierce

A blog about productivity, meaning and making things happen.

>Purpose?

>With this ¨start with chapter 2¨ approach on my first post (which I think is a great one, by the way), I haven´t introduced this blog yet.
Why do I blog? What do I blog about?
I think blogging is a great way to enter this ¨global conversation¨ the web is becoming. I write about life in general, and then try to make a contribution. How?

A few years ago I thought:
– Conversations are the best way to share thoughts, feelings, etc.
– We all deserve a good life, but often don´t know how to live it.
– T-shirts are a powerful way to start conversations.

Why not put together the three: life, t-shirts and the desire to live a gud laif? I established my mantra: be gud. live laif. Why written like this? I couldn´t decide wether English or Spanish, so I opted for writing it in English the way it would be read in Spanish (you get the idea…).

And so the idea was born. Every once in a while I make t-shirts with thoughts on them. Thoughts about life in general, generally those that I believe contribute to living a better life. That´s the reason the brand name is gud laif. Some are statements, some are questions that want to trigger additional thoughts. Then those t-shirts become conversations when worn by someone.

By writing these thoughts on a blog and inviting you to join to the conversation, I want to take this a step further. I want to start a small yet global conversation on life…and make t-shirts.

Welcome.

Advertisements

Single Post Navigation

2 thoughts on “>Purpose?

  1. >I have seen your T-shirts, and I love them! I guess you have to start selling them. This Xmas season would be a great time to start offering them to stores or by internet!

  2. >I think its very nice what you`re trying to do … using tshirts that says something that you`re agree with … makes you share a piece of you with everyonei really like your thoughts :)—> keep going !

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: