100 reasons to go for your goal


Yeah! Thank you! Awesome!

Reaching 100 followers by the end of the year was a goal I set during Blogging 201 and I MADE IT 🙂

Accomplishment is a great feeling best to be shared.  Even if you hit 100 eons ago or are waiting for your moment – you all totally get it. I have found, in this community, there is no accomplishment to small or too big – share and be proud 🙂

100 reasons


Putting Planning into Practice

I need to get my focus on.

I’ve learned so many wonderful things from Blogging U and other bloggers and it’s time I actually make that knowledge useful.

So I’m going to use December to ramp up to 2015; get all my ducks in a row; cross my t’s and dot my i’s; and whatever other cliche’s that suggest I’m going to buckle down and get serious.

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Let the games begin!

With every game there is a goal.  Without one, how could claim to be a winner?  In the opener of Blogging 201 my first task is to think about the goals for my blog.  Thinking with focus!

So here are my three goals I hope will take me from Zero to Hero;

1. I would like to have 100 followers by the end of 2014.

2. I will create a Feature Post for my blog by Nov. 2nd

3. I will refine my focus and have an Editorial Calendar created by Nov. 2. The Calendar will take me through the end of the year.

Extra goal: Once I’ve completed #2 and #3 (their only two weeks away) come up with two goals to take their spot to be completed by the end of 2014.

I’m still not entirely sure where me and my blog are going, but life’s a journey, not a destination. I hope with focusing on branding and growth I will learn about what i want to say.  I don’t want to be a blathering numbskull who blows up your reader every 20 mins. I want to learn to write what I really want to say and hope you enjoy and look forward to my posts.


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