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December 31, 2010
'Tis the Season for Year in Review Blog Posts
My favorite year in review post has to be Sarah Glassmeyer's 2010 Was an Interesting Year. She writes (and I intentionally omit the context):
I got nailed by a lot of balls in 2010.
I’ll wait for the #Iam12 crowd to stop giggling. Ready? Okay.
See her 2010 Was an Interesting Year for details. About 2010, Sarah writes
I stretched myself and didn’t take the safe route. Some things I even deliberately did because the thought of it terrified me. So, even though everything didn’t work out perfectly, I can’t say that I really regret too much. I did the best I could and stayed true to myself.
And adds "There’s supposedly a Chinese curse that goes 'May you live in interesting times' and 2010 was definitely…interesting. The goal for 2011 is to have a more boring year." I doubt she will achieve that goal. In fact, who would want that for Sarah! Continue to stretch and stay true to yourself is a far better goal for 2011. [JH]
Thanks, Joe! (And Greg!) After two weeks away from work and a week away from the Internet, I feel slightly more like tackling some "interesting" projects. So we'll see...
Posted by: Sarah Glassmeyer | Jan 2, 2011 3:54:17 PM
Wow!! Adding Sarah to your list of contributors is great news! I'm looking forward to the first post that ends with "[SG]"
Posted by: Greg Lambert | Dec 31, 2010 5:37:17 AM