Grant video - Find your focus

Yesterday I talked about a talk about trying something new for 30 days. What was that, Annie? Sorry. Self-editing. TED Talks video: Try something new for 30 days I promised not only to share with you what ideas I decide to implement for a fun-filled 30 days (still workin’ on it), but a friend of […]

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This is an incredibly lighthearted, casual video from an engineer at Google named Matt Cutts, but well worth the 3 minutes: An extremely simple, unoriginal message – not unlike practically all personal development messages – yet thought-provoking, don’t you think? What shall we try? What shall we do! Our options are endless. This is gonna […]


Everyday Reminders

September 19, 2010

Something Upon This Stairs, on Flickr by The Other View

It’s no secret that I am a fan of goal-setting. In fact, you might even go so far to say that I’m a bit bonkers for it. (Let’s see, I talked about it here and here. And it’s also related to this and this.) Nate and I set goals every January, writing down in our […]



It occurred to me a couple days ago that I hadn’t reviewed my life list in several months. I *love* these realizations. It’s a known fact that simply writing down your goals and dreams is a massive step towards actually making them come true. Don’t ask me how, but writing them down clicks something in […]


Thoughts about 2010

November 17, 2009


1. I’m gonna rock Twitter‘s face off. 2. I’m gonna take even more advantage of the amazing, personalized networking that takes place on DailyBooth. 3. I’m gonna launch 3 new websites & 1 web tv show. 4. It’s gonna be amazing. More where those came from. What’s on your radar for two-oh-one-oh?


Is it worth it to write down your goals? I think it is and here’s why. P.S. The blog post I reference in the video can be found here. P.P.S Don’t forget that we’re going through a site re-design! Thanks for being patient with us, even though we look a little wonky.



For the past several months I’ve been following one of my favorite bloggers, Maggie Mason of MightyGirl, as she detailed out the results of an amazing opportunity she received from Intel to fulfill 10 items from her LifeList on someone else’s dime. Maggie is an accomplished author and blogger, in addition to an inspiring, creative, […]



I posted about the relationship between visualization and goal-setting on my Vemma blog yesterday. The short version? Visualization is hugely important. MASSIVE. It has the ability to make or break the accomplishment of your goals. To read the post in its entirety, go here. I’m visualizing many of you doing it right now. :)

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