All good things must come to an end…and so is the case with the Post-Thanksgiving Goal Writing Project.
The purpose of the project (for me and others) was to write our goals on our blogs – goals we wanted to achieve from now until the end of 2006 (which is fast approaching!) I wrote 5 or 6 posts about my goals, ranging from starting new businesses to frivolous blog stuff. I think the best headline out of all of them was Be The Duck, although it doesn’t necessarily meet Brian’s headline suggestions (Personally, I think “Be The Duck” should have made the front page of Digg just based on the silliness of the post title!)
The last batch is listed below:
- Carolyn Manning comes in strong with two posts: This Is The Closest I’ll Come To A Goal Post and Some Goals Are In Mind.
- Phil Gerbyshak gets right to the point with 5 Big Goals for the next 4 weeks. He wants to meet 25 new bloggers (I’m assuming virtually) which is a great goal!
- Stephanie West Allen does her own acronym-style goal thing, based off Starbucker’s F.R.O.G. with End-of-the year-goals: Connecting, Listening, Inquiring, Collaborating, and Keeping (C.L.I.C.K.)
If you still want to write a post about your goals and let me know about it, please do! I’ll add your submissions into a late night post or tomorrow morning. All you need to do is write out your goals on your blog and tell me…email me and tag your posts “post-thanksgiving goal writing project.”
It’s been a blast writing out my goals (and now I’ve got a bunch of posts to write at the end of the year or early 2007 about whether I met those goals or not!) What’s more, I was introduced to quite a few people including Carolyn, Stephanie, Whimspiration, Mobivity and others. It shows you how braindead easy it is to connect online. And for those connections to be truly meaningful.