WHO do you want to become?
So yesterday, Facebook reminded me of a post I shared back in 2017. Have a look:
What's interesting to see is the journey from this point. It looks like I've stayed relatively on path, despite feeling like I've gone off path at times.
Have you ever felt that way?
Having prompters or reminders is a good way to let you know that everything is ok (or not).
A friend of mine showed me once how she keeps a 365-day journal for over five years at a time. She splits each page into five sections. And only writes one row per day, per year.
As a result, she sees exactly what she's written daily, five years at a time. Similar to the Facebook Memories feature.
It's a good way of seeing how far you've come and who you've become.
Speaking of, who do you want to become? Do you know yet? Here's what I'll cover in this issue:
Setting "who" (identity-based) goals instead of "what"
My personal who goal for 2024-26
A framework you can use to refine your own who goals
Why "Blockchain Community Builders," why now
Three key problems I'm addressing
Let's dive in...
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