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About Dan

Profile: Dan Jones
So, who is Dan Jones?

Now that is a question that constantly gets asked in my own mind over and over again. I’ll answer this later, perhaps, but in the mean time I’ll let you decide along the way…

What is the purpose of this resource?

The main reason for building DanJones.com.au is purely to serve as a platform for sharing my life’s journeys and experiences, my discoveries and teachings, my thoughts and my dreams.

What do I hope to achieve from it?

Personal Growth

  • Best way to learn something is to teach it. Here this platform serves as a means to document my findings and experience and be able to convey my thoughts and experiences not only for self reflection but also to contribute to the world and inspire ideas and concepts. Perhaps to help open doors to others for where there were no doors before.
  • This platform also search as a means to measure my own personal progress. To see how far I’ve come in the years past, and to help project where I might go in the future.
  • To help improve my own writing skills, as means to be more effective communicator. English (in written form), has never been a strong suit with me throughout life. Never really making the connection between explaining through words and gestures, through action and feeling, and being able to put those thoughts to paper. It’s always been a part of me that I’ve always felt was inadequate, and that it would never get better. After hearing an inspiration line from a hero of mine during a 10 question interview with Time magazine…

    Whether or not you can never become great at something, you can always become better at it. Don’t ever forget that! And don’t say “I’ll never be good”. You can become better! and one day you’ll wake up and you’ll find out how good you actually became.
    Neil deGrasse Tyson

    …and so my journey to becoming a better writer begins here with this platform.

You can expect this resource and its material to change as my own personal views change as well.