Changes on the horizon…

Lots of exciting things happening around here and you will slowly see me rollout and discuss what those things are over the next week. But let me just give you a taste of what to expect.

First, I’ve gotten some good feedback on the post, 5 Things I Want To Do In The New Year-A 2009 Preview. In that post I mentioned 5 themes for myself this next year:
1. Less is More.
2. Pruning.
3. Focus.
4. Cut Out Distractions.
5. Online Translates Into Offline.

I mentioned a little bit why I chose those themes for this year, though the details and specifics of them were quite vague. That was intentional as I will be discussing more in length what those things will be for me this next year, and hopefully they will be things that resonate deeply with you as well.

Those themes relate to things such as my family life, online community, vocation, a new blog redesign and a new focus in my blogging for this next year. I’m very excited about all of this and look forward to telling everyone more about it within the next 7 days.

What is one thing you are really hoping to focus on in 2009?


  1. by Rhett Smith on January 12, 2009  9:30 pm Reply

    (Due to some difficulties during the site transfer, I had to paste and copy some comments into their appropriate are two comments I transferred over)

    1. Jace Breeback Says:
    January 7th, 2009 at 11:08 am

    I took the same approach as you…Boring from Chris Brogan’s post and focusing on key themes for this year. Here are my three keywords.

    Build - Develop relationships and coaching groups with individuals through social networking Connect with leaders and individuals who are making it happen. Expand my knowledge through reading, asking questions and listening, and prayer.

    Execute - Guy Kawasaki says that ideas come easy, but execution is hard. I need to learn to get things accomplished. Just do it. Whatever it takes, get it done. Keep appointments, keep promises, and keep resolutions.

    Lead - Provide guidance to others in ways that help them experience positive growth.
    2. Rhett Smith Says:
    January 7th, 2009 at 11:20 am


    That is such a good list you have created. I like it. Very specific. Really love the build part, and I like how they all play on each other…build, execute, lead. Awesome. So true what Guy Kawasaki says. I have tons of ideas, but man, execution is tough.

    3. Jim Gray Says:
    January 8th, 2009 at 2:35 am

    good stuff,keep up the momentum!((no pressure,right?))

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