I’ve decided that when a big goal has little goals that will complete as a direct result of completing the big goal, I will list the little goal right before the big goal, so I can keep track of them. 21 months ago
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I recently accomplished my top goal of “Complete 100 things on 43 things”, which was having bizarre consequences on the priorities for the rest of the list. My new top goal is “Get the gardens under control”. That should be more straightforward. 21 months ago
It is really interesting watching the bizarre consequences of the interactions between the items on my list. Currently my #2 goal is “Complete 100 things on 43 Things”. The next several goals are things that will take many hours or days to complete, while things farther down may only take a couple of hours. Normally, I should prioritize the things that will take longer, because they have gotten more cheers, but because of the “Complete 100 things” goal, that is above them, there is a push to do goals that will be quicker to do, to accomplish this goal faster, thus upending the whole priority list. It’s kind of fascinating. 23 months ago
To the extent possible, I am going to focus on those goals that have gotten the highest number of cheers. (Obviously there are certain factors that I have less control over (like how fast my hair grows), or that will happen as a side effect of other goals being accomplished (like “number of hours spent cleaning” when another goal is “clean X”).)
This goal will sit at the top so people who come to my page to give cheers know they can affect the focus of my goals. 2 years ago