My possibly HUGE game plan for the first six months of 2014

Last Update: December 27, 2013

I was thinking of writing this in my own notes but I figure that I should share it with you guys.

Sorry, Derek Sivers. I'm not gonna follow your tip this time around:

http://www.ted.com/talks/derek_sivers_keep_your_goals_to_yourself.html

THE GAME PLAN (Updated 24/12/2013)

December 2013

Finish 30 posts (30/30) DONE!

Predicted results at the end of December 2013:

a) Google loves me a little bit more.

b) My website is not that skinny any more.

Actual results:3 keywords top 20, 5 keywords top 30, 7 keywords top 100.

January 2014 - March 2014

1. Write at least three posts a week and one huge post a month - Two reading related posts, one book review post, one great book discovery post.

2. Pitch in to 5 self-help bloggers for guest blogging opportunities each month and nail at least one of it. If not, pitch more!

3. Commit to reading one book a week and one great book a month. (OBAWOGBAM)

4. Write my own book as an incentive for e-mail subscription.

5. Identify content gaps at the end of each month.

6. Get into a writing class and brush up on my grammars and English

Predicted results at the end of March 2014

a) Google knows my website now albeit still an acquaintance.

b) Climbing the stairs a little bit despite falling down once in a while.

c) Connect with other bloggers and become more impervious to rejections.

d) Be smarter than the time I am writing this blog post.

e) My website has normal BMI now.

April 2013 - June 2014

1. Write at least three posts a week and one huge post a month - Two reading related posts, one book review post, one great book discovery post.

2. Commit to reading one book a week and one great book a month. (OBAWOGBAM)

3. Pitch in to 5 book related bloggers for guest blogging opportunities each month and nail at least one of it. If not, pitch more.

4. Read one poem a day, recite it, record it, and share it. Also make a summary of all the poems at the end of each month.

5. Make one sales.

Predicted results at the end of June 2014

a) Google is a friend to my website now.

b) Climbing the stairs is easier now due to more developed legs.

c) Connect with more bloggers and become even more impervious to rejections.

d) Be even smarter than the time I am writing this blog post.

e) I can read poem better.

f) I have some cash that's not from my scholarship and parents.

g) Buying something to improve my website with that cash.

h) My website has larger biceps.

================ End of 6 months and adapting to the real results=====================

I was thinking of making it a yearly plan but I don't think that it is feasible.

Committing 6 months and evaluate the results would give me the information on what is lacking and what needs to change. After that will I make a new plan.

Oh well...now I need to follow this plan or I would be proving Derek Sivers that he's right.

My pessimism crawled out from the pool of negativity; its hands squeezed the right leg of my effort as tight as the tightness of my angry face...hoping to see the plan's failure in its seemingly simple execution.

Now I need to intervene or else...



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TJ Books Premium
Great! Good for you! Dreams become realities for many people. Just work your plan. John
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wanzulfikri Premium
Thanks! I will.
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mwd21 Premium
Great idea, keep yourself accountable.
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wanzulfikri Premium
Thanks for commenting. I'll be sure to do that.
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talimont1 Premium
Great goals - remember - one day/bite/hr/min at a time! Stay focused and you will reap the rewards!

Ken
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wanzulfikri Premium
Yup!
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msdj8163 Premium
Its good to write out your goals. Much easier to stick to your goals when they are in writing. I wish you much success in 2014. Debbie
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wanzulfikri Premium
True, Debbie.

To your success too/
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LadyOdd Premium
Those sound like some pretty great goals! I am sure you will succeed in all of them :)
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wanzulfikri Premium
Thanks for the wishes!
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