These Are Not The Goals You Are Looking For Obi-Wan

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  1. Well, it is difficult to meet open-ended goals without a plan in place which you have discovered and shared. An ebook sounds like an incredible amount of work for a completely unknown outcome. For 2012, I will be sticking to posting on a regular schedule.

  2. Moneycone says:

    You’ve made some incredible progress for the short time I’ve known you Buck! I’m sure you’ll get there!

    Good luck and here’s to a much more successful 2012 Buck!

  3. krantcents says:

    Goals require plans and holding yourself accountable. The key is holding yourself accountable! Take small steps and build on your success. Good luck.

  4. PKamp3 says:

    Well, you did finish the new logo goal – I was pumped to see the ‘buck-inspired’ favicon when I loaded up your site this morning! I have no doubt you’ll be able to pull off the rest of your goals.

  5. Jackie says:

    I think it’s easy to get sidetracked, which is definitely one of the challenges of staying on-task for goals. Part of it too though is making sure the goals you’ve set are set for the right reasons. For example, we could have been nearly done with having our house paid off if I hadn’t bought trips to Paris, New Zealand, Blogworld LA, and Galveston, and donated money, and paid half of my son’s college tuition. But I think all of those things are worth getting the mortgage knocked out a little slower.

  6. Jackie says:

    P.S. I’m glad to see that “Team Antler” won :)

  7. I will get started on a book soon, too. It seems like a lot of work!

  8. Realistic goals is more my style. I think it is much easier to have realistic goals and work step by step to meet them. Shooting for the moon doesn’t work for me. Good luck with the new book!
    Nice antlers. ;)

    • Buck Inspire says:

      The good thing is you know what works and what doesn’t work for you. Your results speak for themselves. I, on the other hand am still finding my way. Nice antlers? I bet you say that to everyone, haha!

  9. Don’t worry about an e-book. I am a strong believer that everything has its own time. If it is time for it, you will be able to sit down and right it. Focus on what is important for you and don’t be too hard on yourself!

  10. Don’t forget to have some fun with the challenges you set for yourself this year. It’s going to be the biggest year of your life with Baby Buck arriving!

  11. I like realistic goals. That way I get to celebrate when I achieve one, and I am able to move on to the next one with confidence.

  12. joyce says:

    According to the films, Obi-Wan received training from at least two Jedi Masters: Yoda and Qui-Gon Jinn

  13. If you’re going to pump out an eBook, give yourself a deadline and just pump out the content. Don’t get stuck on design – save that for someone on Fiverr or something. You can crank one out in no time if you’re focused.

    -Hack

  14. Bettina143 says:

    For me, if you are motivated enough to reach your goal, then you need to strive hard to get it and there is no room for disappointment. Stay focus on what you like and everything will be possible. I know, you can achieve your goal of having an ebook at the right time…

  15. These sound like great goals. I personally don’t think open ended goals are so bad. They still keep you focused but allow you some leverage with completion time. With a new baby coming you are going to need that.

    As far as tackling an ebook, don’t ask me. I haven’t written one yet.

  16. AverageJoe says:

    I think it’s WAY important to stay focused. Expecially when–SQUIRREL–

  17. Doctor Stock says:

    Patience grasshopper… it will come as you persevere!

  18. Love the new look!

    Buck, you should have had a goal about getting lots of comments because you sure have accomplished that one!

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