Saturday, November 24, 2007

43 Things.

With any goal-oriented program lies, within its core, the presence of some sort of list. Whether it's a grocery list for this week's supplies or a list of short term goals to achieve a bigger objective. This list is generated by its user to act as a reminder of what needs to get done. With Thanksgiving come and gone, and Christmas being right around the corner it might be time to start thinking about 2008's New Years Resolutions. Again... a list. A list of things you would like to do during the upcoming year. Enter 43 Things. ask its users "What do you want to do with your life?" It's a simple question with a not-so-simple answer. The site allows you to put your laundry list of things that you need to (or want to) get done. It doesn't all need to be world altering or awe inspiring, but you have 43 spaces to put what you want. Why 43? The founders of 43 Things needed a name. So 43 was what was chosen: "We think 43 is the right number of things for a busy person to try and do. Why not more? It’s too much. Why not less? You can do less, but it is still called 43 Things." If you haven't had a chance, I suggest you visit the site for your own personal improvement. Come follow me on my self-improvement journey... Here's my profile:, follow me, by subscribing.