This year, I'd like to keep one of the less repetitive goals: Reading 12 Books. With help from my friends and a few reading lists, I got a hefty list of books I should at least attempt to read. In knowing that I may not like every book I pick up, I selected three books a month that I can choose from. Surprisingly, I did read quite a bit at the beginning of the year. Let me circle the books I know I own and cross out the ones I know I've read.
So, as of June, I've read five books off my list. And I know I read more because I tackled some books not on this list, particularly related to my health conditions or my job. Not bad.
So let me take a look at this list and compile a new one based on the amount of time I have.
Instead, I'd like to get in the habit of Visiting One News or Informational Site Every Day for a minimum of 15 minutes. It's amazing how much information you can absorb by just browsing through quickly. If I decide I want to stay for longer than 15 minutes because something's peaked my interest, that's great too! I've even created a chart that breaks down what site I visit on what day:
So back to my goal table:
For my monthly goal template, I do want to leave space for my habit goal of daily mental exercises from 2013. Again, this will be listed as "Done" or "Not Done" and will have no affect on my completion percentage. It's more just there as a reminder.
KNOWLEDGE - 0% Complete
Daily news/informational site visit. – 0/X Days – 0% complete.
Read one book. – 0/X Pages – 0% complete.
Daily mental exercises. – Done | Not Done
Some notes: None.
Only three more till completion!
My 2014 Personal Goals.
Question for my readers:
What are your 2014 knowledge goals?