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2013: A Year of Inspect and Adapt

I have never been one for New Years resolutions. I always stood by the fact that one should always be doing what they can to better themselves. However, this past year I dove into Scrum and really tried to embrace the concept of inspect and adapt. This showed me the value and absolute necessity for a time box, though. How can you inspect and adapt your actions without time constraints?

So, here we are. Nothing spectacular. Just honest and doable goals. Start small, I’ll adjust if needed.

  • Read 1,200 pages
    • <—————————————————> 0%
    • March 31: ?? pages read
    • June 30: ?? pages read
    • September 30: ?? pages read
    • December 31: ?? pages read
  • Write 3 short stories
    • <—————————————————> 0%
    • March 31: ?? stories written
    • June 30: ?? stories written
    • September 30: ?? stories written
    • December 31: ?? stories written
  • Write at least 2 handwritten letters a month
    • <—————————————————> 0%
    • March 31: ?? letters written
    • June 30: ?? letters written
    • September 30: ?? letters written
    • December 31: ?? letters written
  • Run 100 miles
    • <—————————————————> 0%
    • March 31: ?? miles ran
    • June 30: ?? miles ran
    • September 30: ?? miles ran
    • December 31: ?? miles ran
  • Bike 500 miles
    • <—————————————————> 0%
    • March 31: ?? miles biked
    • June 30: ?? miles biked
    • September 30: ?? miles biked
    • December 31: ?? miles biked
  • Learn to and knit an American Flag blanket
    • <—————————————————> 0%
    • March 31: ?? knit
    • June 30: ?? knit
    • September 30: ?? knit
    • December 31: ?? knit
  • Draw at least 2 pictures a month
    • <—————————————————> 0%
    • March 31: ?? pictures drawn
    • June 30: ?? pictures drawn
    • September 30: ?? pictures drawn
    • December 31: ?? pictures drawn
  • Change more diapers (no quantity here, my awesome Wife who lets me get away with a lot will decide if this one is a success)
    • March 31: [succeeding|failing]
    • June 30: [succeeding|failing]
    • September 30: [succeeding|failing]
    • December 31: [succeeding|failing]

I owe this blog updates on or around the dates listed above. Keep me accountable!

Comments

Sean Heritage

Bold. I love it.

Dad

Do one incredibly good deed a month. It is a happiness ingredient.

Mike Lambert

All worthy goals. I have changed one diaper in 2012. I hope to change many more in 2013 (our granddaughter’s).

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