How Are Your 2013 Goals Coming? – QLMS #015


wheel_of_lifeBack in December, I first set goals for 2013. I’ve shared some updates for the first couple months, but dropped the ball since March. In this episode, I review over these goals, where I am, and what I’m going to be working on.

First, in light of Memorial Day, I’d like to thank all those that have served or are still serving in our military.

Here is my Goals for 2013 - Original List and the 3 Focus Words for 2013.

You can follow the trail of my goals as I track my progress as well.

I’d like your feedback on future show topics and people to interview. Here’s just a couple that I’m working on:

  • Social Media (with Erik J. Fisher of the Beyond the To Do List podcast)
  • Exercise (with Mark Sieverkropp)
  • Blogging/Podcasting
  • Your ideas….


Questions: How are your 2013 goals coming? Do you have any topics or suggestions for the show?


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  • Carlie Hamilton

    I had a little flick around your site – it was great to see how you are progressing with your goals. I know I am trying to “move every day” which is easy in theory :) Good luck for the future and hope both our goals are achieved in 2013!

    • Joshua Rivers

      Thanks, Carlie. I do hope that you’ll reach your goals (at least most of them). Please come back to keep me on track!

  • Wade_Thorson

    Thanks for the update. Like you said you may not complete eveyone of them perfect but I am sure you are a lot further along than if you hadn’t set any goals.
    A topic that might be interesting to go with your website business is something with Joel Fortner in regards to marketing.

    • Joshua Rivers

      That could be a good idea. @joelfortner has a lot of great, practical ideas.