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Archive for January, 2015

In Getting Things Done by David Allen, he recommends the occasional review of the high level priorities in your life. Mr. Allen uses altitude as a metaphor, where the Runway is your current list of actions and the 50,000-foot view is your goals for life. I’ve created my own hierarchy that looks like this: I look at this year as the longest timeframe. I have a general wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey feel   Read More ...

Groundhog Day Resolutions

In October, I started thinking about my goals for 2015. My goal setting hasn’t been good the last two years, especially in 2014 when my primary responsibility was taking care of my father as he battled cancer. We successfully repaired our relationship and I grew closer to him until the end. That’s a huge win in the important things, but left a lot of other potential untapped. I wasn’t adrift   Read More ...

Groundhog Day Resolutions