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My Life Principles (and 2015 goals)

written by Matthew Rensberry, MD MBA on 2015-02-17

What I Choose to Value:

My Personal Goals:

Goal Daily Routine:

Send 5 emails:

    Every morning send a friend, family member or co-worker an email to say thanks for something.
  2. JOB
    At the end of the week, send your boss an email and sum up what you’ve accomplished.
    They probably have no idea what you’re doing with your time. They’re busy. They have their own problems.
    Once a week email a potential mentor.
    Doesn’t have to be related to your job. Who do you admire that you could learn from?
    Email a good friend and make plans.
    Research shows the best use of electronic communication is to facilitate face-to-face interaction:
    The results were unequivocal. “The greater the proportion of face-to-face interactions, the less lonely you are,” he says. “The greater the proportion of online interactions, the lonelier you are.”
    Send an email to someone you know (but don’t know very well) and check in.

Money Principles:

Desired style:

Words to live by:

Lifestyle Tips:

My Hobbies:

Previously Stated Personal Goals:

Note: People love confidence so much that we sometimes prefer those who talk a good game over those who produce quantifiable results. So be moderately overconfident. See the world accurately but have belief in your abilities.

This dynamic list began in 2011 and edited every New Year