Goals for January 15-21, 2017

This week started off hectic and has continued that way. So my goals were are bit late to be published.

Goals for this week:

  • Publish weekly goals
  • Add three more relevant people to LinkedIn
  • Comment on a Feedly article
  • Comment on a LinkedIn article or post
  • Post “Four Mistakes” to Facebook, Linked In and Twitter
  • Should I start doing a separate “work goals” post?

Weekly schedule

Sunday

  • This week’s theme and how it ties in to a brand characteristic: Better late than never
  • Hashtags to use (mainstream and niche): #betterlatethannever
  • Where can we get some original images or video: practice, out the front door
  • Schedule publication of goals

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

  • Update goals (30 minutes)
  • Publish goals (15 minutes)
  • Schedule Four Mistakes (5 minutes)
  • Register for The Open (10 minutes)

Thursday

  • Thank somebody (5 minutes)
  • Thoughts on youth basketball (55 minutes)

Friday

  • Publish thoughts on youth basketball (20 min)
  • Read a feedly article, comment on it and link to author on LinkedIn (20 min)
  • WIF grouping and pruning (20 min)

Saturday

  • Decide on weekly work goals (5 minutes)
  • Review and update content schedule (55 minutes)

How did last week’s goals go:

  • Publish weekly goals
  • Publish reasons you should be segmenting your email list
  • Add three more relevant people to LinkedIn
  • Comment on a Feedly article
  • Comment on a LinkedIn article or post
  • Post “Diet Puzzle” to Facebook
  • Should I start doing a separate “work goals” post?

Really good week and kind of had an epiphany. One of the mornings I woke up and was dreading writing the email segmentation post. And while I felt I should finish what I started, it got me thinking about what I really want to spend time writing about. So I might make a few tweaks to the subjects I focus on.

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)
  • Validate that people would pay for a basic training course to help small businesses get more from their digital marketing budget (Will it Fly?)
    • Develop a basic training course to help small businesses get more from their digital marketing budget if this is viable
  • 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

Goals for this quarter

  • Compete in The Open (Master’s Division)
  • Begin an aerobic program
  • Take a paid marketing course of some sort to see what a program looks like
  • Begin the Will It Fly process to validate course idea
  • Put together the outline of a basic training course for digital marketing and find one business to try it out
  • Find a day in April to volunteer at Katy’s class
  • Finish and review Extreme Ownership
  • Pick a new book to read
  • Run a mile in under 6:15
  • Decide if Twitter is a better medium than Instagram
  • Find a way to integrate video in to one of my company’s properties and see what kind of impact it has (spring BAM Jam?)
  • Continue to build network

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