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Open Source Goals and the Year in Review

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Una Kravets is one of my favorite designers/developers even though I just discovered who she was, and by accident.

I was doing a little GitHub dumpster diving, scrolling through who I was following. Found a guy who I wanted to keep an eye on who hadn’t posted in a while. I went through his repos and found a personal goals repo. It was a fork. I went to the source and found it was Una Kravets repo.

Open Sourcing Your Goals Makes You More Productive

Accountability is a thing that most humans need 1. Open sourcing my goals has made me pay attention to what I am doing and when. This past week I didn’t get much done, and hesitated sharing it to my personal goals repo. But I did. And it looks pretty bad.

Goals for the Year and Year in Review Posts

Una posts her Goals for the Year and Year in Review on her blog and I decided I’d do the same thing on this one.

I had my goals on my other blog. Since it is no longer a Apple productivity blog I’ll do it here. It makes more sense here than there.

What Do You Think

I thought this was a great idea immediately. What do you think? Will you try it? Two weeks in and I am hooked.

Una Kravets is one of my favorite designers/developers even though I just discovered who she was, and by accident.

I was doing a little GitHub dumpster diving, scrolling through who I was following. Found a guy who I wanted to keep an eye on who hadn’t posted in a while. I went through his repos and found a personal goals repo. It was a fork. I went to the source and found it was Una Kravets repo.

Open Sourcing Your Goals Makes You More Productive

Accountability is a thing that most humans need 1. Open sourcing my goals has made me pay attention to what I am doing and when. This past week I didn’t get much done, and hesitated sharing it to my personal goals repo. But I did. And it looks pretty bad.

Goals for the Year and Year in Review Posts

Una posts her Goals for the Year and Year in Review on her blog and I decided I’d do the same thing on this one.

I had my goals on my other blog. Since it is no longer a Apple productivity blog I’ll do it here. It makes more sense here than there.

What Do You Think

I thought this was a great idea immediately. What do you think? Will you try it? Two weeks in and I am hooked.

  1. Especially if you procrastinate and get off schedule on weekends like I do.  2


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