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Happy New Year’s Resolution List

Happy New Year!Well, it’s that time of year again – New Year’s.

It’s that time of year where we sit down and make a New Year’s resolution list. I like to call it my 2006 Goals list. (A resolution list for me never seems to get resolved, if you know what I mean).

I have a 2006 business goal list and a personal goal list. And here they are:


  1. Email Newsletter
  2. Partner with other web developers (XHTML/CSS)
  3. Accept Credit Cards
  4. Setup new Blogging software
  5. Revamp logo, website, etc.


  1. Exercise (set aside an hour or hour/half a day)
  2. Join a band. Spend more time creating music.
  3. Sync up computer with guitar, etc.
  4. Spend more time with family and friends

What goals or New Year’s resolutions are you planning for 2006?

Looking Back on 2005

It’s also a time to look back at your previous New Year’s resolutions list (if you kept it) and see what was accomplished or not. Two of my main items were accomplished: Developing a business plan and purchasing a new home. A couple items ended up on this year’s list – go figure.

More Lists

Speaking of lists, I just read a great article on Boxes and Arrows about creating lists and how different list systems work better for some than others.

My most successful list is one that I keep right on my desk, right in front of me.

Master To Do List

It’s a Master ‘To Do’ List that includes everything I need to do for that day and days to come. What doesn’t get done, goes on a new list and what does get done, gets crossed off (I love that part). I got the idea from the book “Time Management for Dummies“. I also have more of a long term list or ‘Idea List’ that I keep in my email program, Goldmine.

What list system helped you survive through 2005 and what list is going to get you through the New Year?

I hope the New Year is a safe and successful one for you.

Cheers and, of course, Happy New Year!

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