Category : Goals and Challenges

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Organizing 2019 Goals And Tasks

First, I want to clearly state that this is what I am doing and in no way am I suggesting or recommending any of these steps on organizing their goals and tasks for anyone else. Find what works for you and make it happen. We’re all different.

Going Old School With 2019 Goals

This year I think I’ll create continuous lists rather than monthly blocks like I did last year.

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2018 Goals Review
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Reflection On 2018 Goals

Like I mentioned last year, I’m not into year’s resolutions but I believe in both long-term and short-term personal goals. Like most people, I find the planning much easier than the action required for any level of success.

My 2018 Year In Review

Without going into too much detail, I will admit my 2018 levels of success was mediocre at best. Here’s that post if you’re interested.

Here’s a quick outline of last year’s goals and how I felt I did:

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2018 Personal Goals – Planned One Month At A Time – Brian D. Hawkins

This post is for me. Stop reading. Just joking, read on. It can be for the both of us. Sharing my 2018 personal goals.

I’ve never been big on the whole new year’s resolution thing, still ain’t. So this is NOT another lame ass new year’s resolution – it’s simply the steps I need to take to meet this year’s short-term personal goals.

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Proper Planning Prevents Piss Poor Performance
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Eating An Entire Pizza, Productivity, Proper Planning, & Masterminds

What’s the one commodity you can NEVER get back? Your Time!

~ Brian D. Hawkins

In this post I’m going to do a magic trick? Yep, I’m going to quickly move from a traffic jam, to eating A LOT of pizza, to productivity, and wrap it up with you wanting, no NEEDING, a mastermind. Ready?

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Accepted And My Personal Thoughts

Unless you live under a social media bridge, you’ve certainly heard of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. This challenge has taken off like a rocket and could end up being the best thing (hope) to date for those dealing with this devastating, deadly and incurable disease.

ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease doesn’t get a lot of media coverage, until now, and it really hasn’t been researched in a big way; with only 30,000 Americans infected at any given time, there’s simply no financial incentive for large research and mega-pharma companies to invest big money into. As sad as that sounds, it is way it is.

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