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New goals for January 2017, as posted from a chalet in Vail, CO.
There are my December 2016 Goals based on my standard monthly goal planner format.
I’ll be trying a new format with the kopywritingkourse premium materials by not letting them be sold all the time, only at specific times. This can allow for specific “klasses” to open and close.
These are the November 2016 Goals, all made in the similar style as the monthly goal planner suggests.
Here’s my monthly goals for October 2016:
These goals are always made using a similar style to this monthly goal planner because 3 primary goals is very attainable to hit vs. a huge list of goals that makes you scatterbrained.
Here’s my goals for September 2016:
I always find it important to limit goals to a maximum of 3 per the monthly goals planner template.
New month. New Goals!
Here’s the goals for August 2016:
I was planning on staying SanFrancisco for all of August. So from Aug 7th – 21st(ish) I’ll be in SanFrancisco.
I may-or-may-not stay the entire month. Currently no planned return date.
This trip serves two purposes:
1.) It’s hot AF here in Austin right now and I could use a break from the heat.
2.) SanFrancisco-ish area is the mecca for all tech stuff, and it’s always fun to hang out with other techie people.
I’ll still be doing a lot of work when here, so it’s not really a vacation.
July 2016 Goals:
June was good, with a trip to Denver to speak and a trip to Chicago that lasted through part of July.
It’ll be a busy month!
Here’s my June 2016 goals:
Last month was super busy with the addition of the coding class I’m doing. It’s pushing the boundaries of how much quality work I can get done per month myself. Spending large parts of my days and nights on coding prevents other work from getting done.
However I still want to do this coding class….
When I first went to college in 2001 I wanted to major in computer science.
As you may recall, 2001 was a pretty big year in the internet bubble, and at the University of Texas at Austin over 17,000 students were applying for a computer science program with only 5,000 spots.
To manage that huge influx in applicants, they implemented a year-long “weed out” program where they put everyone through certain computer science classes, and only the top 5,000 students make it into the actual program.
I was one of the weeds :(
So I ended up getting a political science degree instead….which is essentially 100% worthless.
(To clarify, I think college = awesome…..political science = meh).
THERE WAS ONE SILVER LINING to this episode.
While I sucked at programming (in comparison to my much harder working student colleagues), I was constantly exposed to different technologies, computers, and in general got better than the average population at “computers”.
This allowed me to start a bunch of small businesses on the side, primarily on the web, and set them up quickly. This better understanding I had at technology allowed me to execute things faster, and understand things better. I would even hire my fellow students to complete programming tasks for me (and never paid over $50 for it)!
Last month I started a coding class in Austin.
In-person, two classes per week, 3+ hours each.
With additional homework, transit time, and brain capacity going into this, it’s taking up about 1/3rd of the total brain power I have dedicated towards KopywritingKourse.com articles and other content (if you noticed a slight slow-down in output lately, you know why).
I am taking this course for a few reasons:
1.) Probably as some sort of compensation for never hitting my aspiration of getting a computer science degree.
2.) My computer skillset is getting outdated. A refresh is welcome.
3.) “You don’t know what you don’t know.” When you learn about things you currently don’t know about, a whole new realm is opened up. You learn different ways of doing things, understand the world better, and can spot opportunities others can’t.
4.) Cuz I wanted to.
5.) All these cool-ass new toys like Artificial Intelligence API’s and stuff are coming out all the time, and I don’t even know how to use them :::throws tantrum:::. I enjoy building stuff and tinkering, and more and more of the stuff you can build nowadays is software-based.