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A few announcements before today's challenge:

This week's theme is goal-setting, and we have a Goal-Setting Discussion post up. We've had a couple of really interesting, thoughtful responses up so far and I'd love to see more thoughts.

Additionally on the theme of goal-setting, [personal profile] jjhunter has a post on Quarterly Intentions up that you might find interesting and/or useful.

And there are still guesting hosting weeks available in January and February, in case you've been thinking about hosting a week and haven't got around to signing up yet!

Happy New Year!

It's challenge time!

Comment with Just One Thing that you've accomplished in the past twenty-four hours. It doesn't have to be a hard thing, or even a thing you think is particularly awesome. Just a thing that you did.

Feel free to share more than one thing if you’re feeling accomplished!

Extra credit: find someone in the comments and give them props for what they achieved!

Nothing is too big, too small, too strange, or too cryptic. And in case you'd rather do this in private, anonymous comments are screened. I will only unscreen if you ask me to.

randomling: A wombat. (Default)
[personal profile] randomling
Hi, folks, and a happy new year to you all!

It's Theme Week! And this week's theme is Goal Setting. I thought we would kick things off with a discussion post about goal-setting. It's timely, given that it's New Year, and I'm sure many of us are thinking about our goals for the coming twelve months, whether we're making resolutions or not.

So here are some questions to get discussion started. Feel free to answer (or just cogitate about) one or more of these goals. And our Just One Thing philosophy totally applies to this post - feel free to say one thing, make one point or even just one sentence. Every contribution is welcome!

* How do you set goals? Do you find the SMART framework works for you, or not? What's important to you when deciding what your goals are?
* What sorts of things do you tend to think about when you're planning how to achieve your goals?
* Do you spend any time on anticipating obstacles or figuring out how you're going to cope with problems? What do you find useful/not useful about such an approach?
* How do you decide what success will look like?
* How do you review the goals you've set? How do you decide when to review?
* Do you reward yourself for goals that you achieved? How you do treat yourself when you don't achieve a goal?

Feel free to share with us! I'll be sharing some thoughts of my own in the comments.


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