Started Friday 14th January 2011 At 6.00 am GMT
Word Count = 432 Word Limit = 500
Success Index S.I. = 87%
S.I. Between 80 and 90 % thorough attempt at fulfilling Aspirational Target has been made
S.I. Between 90 and 100% means reader able to add their interpretation and take part ownership
S.I. Between 50 and 101% Aspirational Target has been met
S.I Less than 50% means wrong Aspirational Targets set as started with wrong premise
Friday review time. Early morning Friday I find is the best time to review the week's progress against those aspirational targets I set myself on Monday. If I have become distracted by the trivia of the process or experienced a systems failure I can at least have a fighting chance of putting the working week to bed by lunchtime. Then have a Friday become a POETS day (push off early tomorrow’s Saturday). But it depends on how detailed or how long I consider what my aspirational targets should be on Monday. It also depends if I am trusted to set the targets. Too many ingredients and too little time means I won't be able to finish the plan in 5 days time.
My definition of what the word Education means has been revisited and clarified. I have told myself what it is once and written it in lemon juice so I will not have to repeat it to myself a second and third time.
My Wellbeing was enhanced further this week by an event that had parrallels to an event pre-1979. Ipswich Town (my local Suffolk team) beat Arsenal by one goal. This is the first FA Cup final I can remember watching on TV because of it's relevance to me. A good result but it is only the first leg of the League cup tie.
And finally I tried to avoid being a little cynical in this blog as a critical friend observed this trait. I had already observed this trend before he mentioned it. Since somebody else is aware and I would not want my intent to be misinterpreted I had better change the tone.. So at the risk of being a little catty I include this final link for today.
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