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Making a list, checking it twice: Prepping for 2013

I run a weekly newsletter of tech events in NYC where I throw in some other musings as well.  This week, I thought about the holiday break and some things people could think about to have the kind of 2013 they want to have--more positive, more interesting, more authentic.

I suggested making some lists, and so I've published them here:

  • Three people I’m actually friends with that I would like to be better friends with.
  • Ten people I should know, but don’t.
  • Five people I’d like to help be successful.
  • Three things I’d like to learn.
  • A physical goal (a time, a measurement, or just being able to be more bendy, less creaky, etc.)
  • An emotional goal.
  • Something you’d like to close the book on and move on from.
  • Three ways you’re going to try to get more sleep.
  • Read a book a month…list the first three you’re going to read.  (Might I suggest re-reading the Great Gatsby before summer.)
  • Five people you feel like you’re supposed to be friends with, but really don’t like, that you’re going to unfriend/disconnect/ignore. 
  • Three things that you’ve been procrastinating on that you’re going to get done.

Best wishes for a fantastic holiday season and a great new year!

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