Goals for May 7-13, 2017

This weekend is the NPI so there are always random fires to put out that derail most consistency. The weekend will offer another chance to speak with club managers about their challenges.

Goals for this week:

Weekly schedule

Sunday

  • Publish goals

I look into eyes, shake their hand, pat their back, and wish them luck, but I am thinking, I am going to bury you. - Seve Ballesteros

Monday

  • Share Choosing Event on Twitter and Linked In (10 min)
  • Begin Creating Expectations (50 min)

Tuesday

  • Finish expectations (60 min)
  • Aerobic capacity Week 11 day 1

Wednesday

  • Read #SportsDaily for the week (20 minutes)
  • Read Joe’s Sports Marketing newsletter (20 minutes)
  • Find, share and connect with sports management post (20 minutes)

Thursday

  • Content Curation for the next week (60 min)
  • Week 11 day 2

Friday

  • Facebook Live – Crafting expectations

Saturday

  • Talk to 1-2 club managers about their biggest frustrations

How did last week’s goals go:

  • Publish weekly goals
  • Add a relevant person to LinkedIn and Twitter – target sports management people
  • Share Marketing Tips
  • Publish “Choosing your events”
  • Week 10 of Building Aerobic Capacity

Good week other than not getting in the FB Live session on creating expectations.

Goals for this quarter:

  • Finish aerobic program
  • Finish Robie Creek
  • Build and begin Open Weaknesses Program
  • Volunteer in Katy’s class
  • Read / Listen to three books (Shoe Dog)
  • Put together the outline of a basic training course
  • Run a mile in under 6:15
  • Continue to build network

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 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, Distruptive Marketing, Buy Buttons, Shoe Dog)

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