Goals for December 3-9, 2017

Goals for this week:

Work Tasks for this week:

Weekly schedule


  • Publish Goals and Tasks
  • Study

The first law of success is concentration - to bed all the energies to one point, and to go directly to that point, looking neither to the right nor the left. - William Mathews


  • Study


  • Practice test


  • Study


  • Study


  • Practice test
  • Catch up


  • Study

How did last week’s goals go:

    • Publish weekly goals
    • Publish “The Beacon Experience” article
    • Finish section 1 of “Club Basketball Marketing”
    • Udemy section 7
    • Copyblogger email series #3
    • Article promotion and newsletter sign up mention (Periscope and Live)
      • “secret link to goals”
    • Add a relevant person to LinkedIn and Twitter – target sports management and marketing people
    • Load Buffer for THR, SB, BAM, SP
    • Build out roster hometown infographic
    • Revamp and publish recruiting 101
    • Proof and schedule Elevate
    • Phase I “club vs. school” opt-in evaluation
      • update clubs
      • email current subscribers
    • Make Select Printing Twitter Account Live – what type of content?
    • Jar HQ Demo
    • Where can I learn how to become a headline expert?
    • What are the most popular THR articles
    • New THR website – cornerstone approach
    • NPI redirect strategy to capture audience info for officials (blog post?) and coaches
    • Select Printing “stories” ideas. Who and when?
    • Select Printing content home (from Newsletter)
      • articles
      • checklists

Goals for this quarter:

Goals for the year

  • Run a sub 6 minute mile (start of this year is 6:23)
  • Get Fran time under 5:30 (start of this year is 6:05, finished at 4:48)
  • Validate a new idea via the Will It Fly process
  • Volunteer in Katy’s K class twice and in her first-grade class twice
  • Volunteer in Matthew’s K class twice
  • Read or listen to 6 books (Extreme Ownership, Start With Why, The 10X Rule, The Four Hour Work Week, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Disruptive Marketing, Buy Buttons, Shoe Dog, Known, Top of Mind, Get Scrappy, Legacy, Founder’s Mentality, Play Bigger, Grain Brain)
  • Is Start a Fire a content tool worth using?