I found this card over at someecards.com:
Truth is, the summer has gone by pretty damn fast. Don't ya think? As much as I have gotten things accomplished, there's still lots that I want to do!
Things I've Accomplished:
- We've been building and growing at the Real Estate Tomato (new clients, fun projects and training, etc.).
- I was a featured speaker at Inman Real Estate Connect in San Francisco in addition to having spoken at several other association events (both private and public).
- Started focusing on being more healthy; sorta (eating better, drinking more water, running again).
Guess what? I think I have just the thing to hold us accountable and keep us right on pace... Rebecca Thorman (@modite) authors Modite.com and she's running a Monthly Goal Meet-Up. The idea is simple, publish your goals for the month and as a community, you help hold each other accountable towards reaching those goals. I think it's a great accountability exercise and so I'm gonna play along and I think you should too.
I'll go first...
- Establish more consistency in my blogging. I'm thinking (3) three blog posts a week. Seth Godin and Valeria Maltoni are hitting on daily. I think I can manage at least three.
- Be more consistent with my newsletter. To date, I haven't been very consistent at all. This needs to change. I'm aiming to write at least every 2-3 weeks (but only if it's helpful).
- Book at least (2) two more speaking engagements. I love speaking. There's something exhilarating about being in front of a live audience.
- Like the blogging, I'd love to establish a little more consistency in my running as well. I used to run 3 miles every other day (then 6 miles in between). That was before and during my first year of college. If I could stick to 3 miles every other day, I'd be happy.
- Remodel the office: more paintings, a couch, and an a/c unit. Don't get me wrong, my office space is ok but it could be better. I have a stereo, a television (that I'm getting rid of), a fridge, a big desk and some plants. I want it to be/feel more creative (it'll suit me better). This requires spending some money to get it done but I feel it'll be money well spent.