I admit it. I’m a procrastinator. I know how to prioritize, but that doesn’t mean tasks always get done. I’ve been trying out 43Things now for a week and have determined that it’s a good tool (for me, at least, and certainly for others with similar procrastination habits to mine.)
It’s helped me, in this last week, make progress on short- and long-term goals, and feel good about that progress because I can keep track of it (and there are other people out there who can and will cheer me on! What a treat that is!)
I enjoy logging what’s going on with my goals, and being able to keep track of what I’ve already done to move forward, and what yet needs to be done, so I can keep it all straight.
This is an awesome tool that I have thoroughly enjoyed using thusfar, and intend to continue using!
I’m really pleased, actually. I think 43Things will be a very useful tool for helping me set short- and long-term goals, and keeping track of them. I keep a journal, but it’s not really the kind of place to detail progress quite this way. I make To-Do lists constantly, but they don’t encompass “goals” the way this does.
Every morning I long on and look at my goals. Within the goals I’ve set little mini-goals or to-dos and I check those. I write in entries on how I’m doing thusfar on them, and am thus able to see my progress. I have set a challenge with a consequence, and am thus kept accountable.
I think it’s safe to say I’ve “tried” 43Things, and I love it! I’m going to stick with it!
so good. I’ve only been a member here for a few days, but I’ve set six goals, given myself a challenge, journalled progress and intentions on all of the goals I’ve set…
Like I said, so far so good.
I was visiting www.bookcrossing.com (my absolute most favourite place on the web) and found a link to 43things. Followed it and fell in love! Yes, I admit it, I’m a listmaker! My mother would get a kick out of this, too. Anyways, I’m gunna see how this goes, if it helps, so it makes sense that my first “thing” is to give this a try.
Incedentally, I also toddled straight over to 43places, and allconsuming and listsofthebest (the 1001 books you MUST read before you die list is HUGE. It’ll take me a while!)
I’m having fun already!