A while back, like the end of last month, I decided I'd follow David Seah's Groundhog Day Resolutions method of implementing New Year's Resolutions. I've never been one to set New Year's Resolutions for the simple reason that they never seem to be kept. So last year when I stumbled across David Seah's idea of GHD Resolutions I was intrigued.
After following his progress last year I'm determined to give it a go this year. The distinct advantage I see in using his methodology is that they aren't mere resolutions anymore, they have become goals. And not only that, they're written goals that have defined expected benefits, supporting actions and set review dates to help you follow them through.
Of course David has a much better explanation of the whole thing, which is well worth a read if you're interested. But without further ado, here are my GHD Resolutions (a cool five days before the first review date).
- Pursue better health through better eating.
- Get efficient at the 'administration' of life.
- Blog more (for myself)
- Commit strongly to web development and design as a career (for now).
There are a few others too and of course they all have associated supporting actions and tangible results, but I won't go into them in the interests of actually getting this post published and not having it sit in drafts until the end of time (see resolution 3 above).