An impossible list is like, and unlike a bucket list. Like, in that it’s a list of goals to get done in the long-term, but different in that it invites a process of review of how to acheive those goals. In this way, it’s alive and breathing, and a force to push goals into the forefront. I stole this idea from Thomas Frank of CollegeInfoGeek.
Right now, my main focus is to start the process of better documenting my work and progress on personal projects on this site. I’m also working towards a HAM radio license, as well as quantify my goals in a SMART way (As in Specific, Measurable, Acheivable, Relavant, and Time-Bound).
Last 5 Completed Goals:
- Began Working on defining goals in a SMART way.
- Became HAM Radio Licensed
- Publish one project to the site for May 2018.
25 Mile Bike Ride (26th May, 2017)
- 50 Mile Bike Ride
- Run a Marathon
- Run 4 times a week for one month
- Do a “7 Minute Scientific Workout” 90% of days for a month.
- Eat a real breakfast 90% of days for a month.
- Become HAM radio licensed (Completed Technician Exam 2018-08-11. KE0SSK)
Upgrade license to General
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- Become more familiar with Python, Complete CodeAcademy tree.
- Visit Japan
- Visit Antartica
- 2024 Eclipse
- Visit CyberSecurity Conferences
- And maybe more