Why "closing the barn door"?

In case anyone wondered where I got the name “closing the barn door” for this blog, it comes from the old expression of being too late, “closing the barn door after the horse has already run away.”

That may be the nature of this blog that I talk about things that are already big news, or explain my thoughts on a topic already more widely discussed by writers of more prominence and audience. So be it. The horse may already be out of the barn but I’ll still use this site to talk about why the door was left open, what color the horse was, whose horse it was, the best way to get it back into the barn and damn why did we need a barn and a horse in the first place?

Looking forward to spending more time in the barn with everyone in 2012.

Published by Steve Banfield

Kentucky born, Seattle based. Entrepreneur. Team Builder. Photographer.

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