100-Day Creator Challenge #36: Goals
What are your creative goals for this year?
Today we wonder about the following:
What are your (creative) goals for this year?
The year has officially begun for a few weeks now, but maybe you’ve had a slow start and are really starting next week. 😉 In any case, it’s good to reflect on what you want to do this year. Even if you’re not defining specific goals, some intentions might work well.
I have the intention of making a course, for example. And also doing some more workshops/salons.
So what are your goals or intentions? You can tell me, jokingly, even. (Cause maybe saying them out loud will help you make them true, even as jokes!)
Day 50 | João Mateus | 01/19/2023
Stealthy self-improvement | Zoun | 01/19/2023
*panics, runs away* did someone mention self-improvement?
Don't Make Me Think on a Sick Day | Made in Cosmos ✨ | 01/19/2023
I’m home with a sick child again. We were very lucky, I must say. She fell ill after successfully surviving Christmas at her grandparents’, New Year holiday in Greece, and her own 3-day birthday party. If it happened during any of these times, things would get much more complicated.
Are you storing your tasks in your body? | Jibran el Bazi | 01/19/2023
And feeling the resulting constant tension... | 100 DoW #36
Collapse Now, and Avoid the Rush | Alex Wagner | 01/19/2023
Sound advice, but what if you don't have the resources to "collapse now"? Then what?
Data to Wisdom: Broken Hearts, Real Intelligence and Artificial Ambition | Christina Fedor | 01/19/2023
Why Write | Chris Wong | 01/19/2023
After writing with some regularity for the last two years, I see that writing helps both externally and internally. Externally, writing is communicating. You can persuade, explain, and entertain, all in service of gaining an audience. Internally, writing helps you develop ideas. By putting pen to paper, logical gaps are
verbal calisthenics | Yuelian Hong | 01/19/2023
lately as I’ve been writing these daily “drafts” I’ve noticed myself getting drawn deeper into a habit which has always hovered over my writing practice for as long as i can remember, even as a little kid. I wonder if anyone else can relate to it. it typically goes like this: i’m typing words as quickly as they occur to me, and then upon reviewing the sentences i feel mildly dissatisfied with the suitableness of a word or two. and so i look them up in an online dictionary, first to confirm that the words really mean what i think they mean, and then i wind up checking the thesaurus for more specific words if the dictionary entries feel lacking.
Stream of consciousness cram | gome | 01/20/2023
I’m pressed for time today so I’m just going to free write
I'm running late to 2023 | Julie Mosow | 01/20/2023
My year officially begins on Monday, January 23rd 😜
036. Finding your voice | Kevin Zhai | 01/20/2023
Ernest Hemingway would have been a threadboi
Thanks for the effort; it's much appreciated!
“Hello, friends” in Japanese
I'm still working on my goals, but my intentions are:
• Keep publishing my newsletter
• Write a song a week (get back on this, haven't written anything yet this year)
• Build meaningful relationships with others who are thinking about co-living, community care, interdependence, and things like that.
• Build and deepen relationships with other content creators who are making a living from their work
• Get the newsletter to $500/mo profit by EOY
• Go on 1-2 podcasts per week to talk about the above topics and promote what I'm working on
• Find a remote job that allows me to keep publishing and growing the newsletter