My name is Josh.  Hi there.  I am 28-years-old with an 8-year-old beard.  I’m a man who loves variety, adventure, and people – in no particular order.  I love to DO things.  I love to do things with people who are insanely talented and creative and passionate.  I love to dream big.  And I love to be around people who strive to make things better, push things further, and who only stop to recharge and come back stronger.  Pioneers.

Today I’m starting this blog… and I’m super excited about it.  There’s been something stirring up inside me lately, something that’s been making my eyes water.  I want to do something big with this blog.  I want to do something big with this life.

It’s taken me a while to figure out who I am and what I have to say, but I have something now…


This blog is about fusion.

This blog is about the fusion of minds, the fusion of ideas, and the fusion of lives.  It’s about the meshing of cultures, the collision of landscapes, the mixing of ingredients, and the marriage of teams.  I want to explore passion and fear, attraction and magnetism, faith and art, the future and the past.  I want to mash up all the best things in life and search for a balance in contradictions.

I want this blog to be a place for experimentation, realization, and inspiration.  I want this to be an interactive experience, a conversation… a collaboration.

I’ll be doing one post, every Monday.

I’m so excited to be starting on this adventure.  And I’m excited to do it with the most important people in my life.  I hope to make new friends in this process and I hope whoever finds this site will be willing to get involved.

There’s a new energy and a new freshness coming into this new year, and I’ve never experienced anything quite like it before.  Change is in the wind and I’m thrilled to be in the middle of the storm.


12 Responses to 28 Years To Find My Voice

  1. bob says:

    Good stuff Josh! I can't wait to see what you've got planned here.. I'm all ears :) I might even talkback a little bit.

  2. Steven says:

    Love it Josh! I am really stoked to be a part of this journey your on. Excited for Mondays!

  3. Dave says:

    I so appreciate your humble, vulnerable and honest approach. You are amazing and on an amazing journey!

  4. Dawn says:

    To my 28 year old son with the 8 year old beard … married to an extremely amazing woman — I look forward to what God continues to have in store for you on this exciting journey. I love you!! Mom

  5. Ryan Terry says:

    Hey, Josh! Cool to hear you're back in Savannah. Good luck with the new job and this new blog. Adding it to my Google Reader.

    Google Reader initiation sequence in 5…4…3…

  6. Brother Jon says:

    Ah yes, how is that 8 yr old neckbeard?! I bet he's grown quite a bit since the last time I saw him. All kidding aside, this is a great way to collect all of your thoughts and experiences. It'll be fun to look back in couple of years to see what God was teaching you.

  7. Jim Lind says:

    Google Reader Added… I better be blown away. no pressure

  8. I already feel your passion Josh, this is great! I'm totally into it.

  9. Ted says:

    Fuse on.

    From an 8 year old with a 52 year old beard.

  10. LNA says:

    Good luck Josh! You're such a talented person I know your blog will be incredibly fun and interesting!

  11. Michelle Poluikis says:


    You have no idea who I am but I am friend of your parents.

    I love this line in your blog."And I love to be around people who strive to make things better, push things further, and who only stop to recharge and come back stronger. Pioneers." You speak my language and this line really hit me because I made a similar statement about your parents in a discussion with my husband during his hospitalization last month.

    I am so on this journey with you and the others. I sense it also and this new road my husband and I are on with his health has me even more convinced. God put you out here Josh. I am in tears. God bless you!

    As Jim said, no pressure.

  12. nelson fox says:

    "The next thing to being wise oneself is to live in a circle of those who are." C.S.Lewis

    Looking forward to Monday's

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