Goals for 2020.

Goal-setting is a blast. Goal follow-through is something else. I don’t lose much sleep over wayward goals. They simply float away, far from mind. So what’s the value in setting them at all? I find it to be a rhythm and reset, a way to check in with myself and see what I want to […]

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Goals for 2019.

Every new year, I come up with ambitious new goals to pursue … then forget about them as soon as February. But! I like to think that the act of goal-setting, anytime, allows the goals to seep into my subconscious where they drive my secret unknown behavior all year long. Because when I happen upon […]

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My 2018 goals

I set yearly goals as an exercise in focus, motivation, clarity, and purpose. I find that I also set them to empty my brain of all the random things I think about and want to do, someday, somehow. It’s a cleansing feeling to get it all out of my head and onto a list. Plus, […]

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My Own, Personal Proust Questionnaire

These past few weeks have been a blur. I started working at Buffer. We got a Chick-fil-a in town. I accepted a full-time spot at Buffer. I found a five-dollar bill in my pocket. Crazy times. As part of my joining full-time with Buffer, I had the opportunity to have my very own introduction on Buffer’s […]

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The 2014 year in goals

Before I get to the present, let’s take a look at the past. The following were my one-year goals for 2013. Compete in a Hearts tournament. Nope. Have you ever tried finding a Hearts tournament? Impossible. Participate in National Novel Writing Month (✓). Participated, did neither finish nor fare particularly well. Get organized, live simply (✓). Removed a lot of clutter. […]

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