New Year. New Me.

the story behind my rebrand
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I’ve made it apparent on my social media but If you haven’t noticed by now, what I want to talk about is different. You may be wondering “What happened?”. 

Well, I’ll tell you what happened. 

Death happened. 

Recently, my grandma (I called her Nonna) passed away. She was one of my favorite and only representations of what it meant to be a woman of grace and class.

After her passing, I felt compelled to preserve the values and traditions she’s taught me. Her death was a huge wake-up call on how temporary life actually is. It’s made me even more appreciative to be alive and a reminder to enjoy my time while I’m here.

As the world is advancing technologically, I find that so much of our humanness is being erased from culture. Things like literature, architecture, intellectualism and an appreciation for the fine arts are becoming less relevant.

While I was studying and writing about tech what I learned is that the way we are connecting is changing. As a result of that, we are losing certain traditions, philosophies and well… graces.

 

I’ve made it apparent on my social media but If you haven’t noticed by now, what I want to talk about is different. You may be wondering “What happened?”. 

Well, I’ll tell you what happened. 

Death happened. 

Recently, my grandma (I called her Nonna) passed away. She was one of my favorite and only representations of what it meant to be a woman of grace and class.

After her passing, I felt compelled to preserve the values and traditions she’s taught me. Her death was a huge wake-up call on how temporary life actually is. It’s made me even more appreciative to be alive and a reminder to enjoy my time while I’m here.

As the world is advancing technologically, I find that so much of our humanness is being erased from culture. Things like literature, architecture, intellectualism and an appreciation for the fine arts are becoming less relevant.

While I was studying and writing about tech what I learned is that the way we are connecting is changing. As a result of that, we are losing certain traditions, philosophies and well… grace.

 

The Graceful Life” is an effort to preserve and appreciate philosophies, traditions and the simple things that our ever-advancing technological era abandons.

The more I was learning about the future, the more I was building an admiration for the past! So, what I will be creating content about as we head into the new year is grace, simplicity and living a good life . I’ll throw some marketing in there too because, hell — why not?

I want to give you a special THANK YOU for following me through all the ups and downs. I extend this message as an official invitation for you into this new adventure of grace.

I will be launching an official platform for this message in the first week of January 2017. There will be new and exciting things like “Grace Radio”. A podcast I will be hosting about living a meaningful life. I will also have a free audio course about “The Art Of Enjoying Your Time” and plenty of other material that can help you bask in joy and savor life.

For now, you can get started on this free, fun and luxurious adventure I’ve co-created with Sofia Cope called #9daysOfGrace. It’s a nine-day exercise that will challenge you to incorporate more elegance and sophistication both on the outside and on the inside of your world. You can sign up for it here and get a confirmation email with a special invitation into the “Grace Space”. A virtual community of people who savor the simple things in life like you do!

Are you on the verge of a rebrand too?

I know how confused, annoyed and/or guilty you may feel. I have dealt with it and I want to let you know that you are not alone. I’ve written a piece called “How To Successfully Rebrand Yourself” which I hope can help you move on to the next steps of your rebrand.

Thanks for reading my story! If you have any questions for me, you can contact me at alex@alexwolf.co or follow me on instagram