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Saturday, April 22, 2006

Thank you Rocky!

Our dear friend and colleague Roger (Rocky) Noe of Kentucky has decided to take a break for a while from the Blog Synergy Team.

We are delighted to report Rocky has obtained a super new leadership job that requires much of his time at the moment.

We will miss Rocky’s distinctive, warm and powerful words and we hope to re-engage with him in a while.

Rocky told us:

“It is wonderful to be a part of such a great team. Through my connections in the Blogosphere I have learned a great deal. Some of the most important lessons I have learned center around the ideas of integrity, simplicity, daring to do things in a great fashion, expecting to succeed, and giving back. I have chosen to follow those ideals and have accepted a leadership position with a wonderful agency. My new job has proven to be quite a challenge and it is consuming much of my time. As a result I have been forced to make a difficult decision regarding my involvements in the Blogosphere. I must take a sabbatical from one of my passions. I hope to get things lined out real soon and resume my activities. Until then keep it simple, make it great, do not wait for permission to succeed, keep giving back, and talk your story with great vigour and passion!”


  • At 4:53 AM, Blogger Steve Sherlock said…

    Good luck with the new challenge, Rocky. You can do it! If there is anything I can do to help, let me know.

  • At 10:53 AM, Blogger Rosa Say said…

    Knowing of your ho'ohana Rocky, your passion for the work you do with full intention on-purpose, I can already envision the difference you will make with the challenge you have taken on. I am excited and quite confident, that when your name comes up - and it will, because of the contribution you have already made to Team Synergy - I can always respond, "Rocky is managing with aloha right now, helping us reinvent the very nature of work as we may know it."
    Ho'ohana, and malama pono, Rosa

  • At 3:10 PM, Blogger Phil Gerbyshak said…

    Rocky - we will miss you on the team, though we know we'll see you from time to time leaving us an inspiring comment or two. Your passion and insights challenged us all to be better. We are here for you, whenever you decide to return, or for whatever you need.


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