This February, I joined my friend Dave Seah’s 2016 Groundhog Day Resolutions Challenge. The challenge I am committing to is to:
- Work everyday on producing something in relation to one of my goal-related projects from now until December 2016, and
- Share my progress with others in the group. (Since I have lots of projects this could be pretty interesting.)
Using Evernote, Backpack and Trello I created a project map of all of the projects I would like to complete in 2016. Then I sorted each project into my Project Model Grid – which identifies each characteristic of a project by determining its: MOTIVE, MARKET, METHOD and MEASUREMENT.
Why am I doing it?
To make myself accountable to those wacky ideas in my head and let strangers evaluate them without fear of rejection or judgement.
How will I do it?
I will select projects from my current model list and develop a method for:
- Working on something from ” The List” every day.
- Sharing my progress with the group.
- Visualizing and mapping desired outcomes.
- Publishing outcomes.
What’s on the project list?
- Learn something new (how to build an IOS application)
- Create a digital game.
- Create a wellness application.
- Build a headache visualization model for my husband from 5+ years of data.
- Blog – write and share the wacky ideas in my head.
- Produce a new addition to the Shark Sticker collection (code name “Steve O”).
- Produce a Hoodie Sweatshirt with a kick ass shark emblem.
- Find a distributor and get the Shark Stickers into the market place.
- Produce or sell the rights to my board game prototype.
- Start the design/develop/prototype process for the ’16 Christmas game.
- Reboot my photography and post on the website.
- Keep drawing, sculpting and producing the Sadly Drawn Robots.
You can read the Daily Project Journal here.