New Year, New opportunities
I’m not a great believer in New Year resolutions, often finding them a trite way of setting weak aspirations; however, the happenstance of calendar dates does give an opportunity to both look back, and look forward. So these are “sort of not-resolutions”
My last year or two have been challenging in family and health terms, and some sorting out at work has been testing.
I’m fortunate both with my family and my employer – and I have much to be grateful for, so I thought I’d set out some things I’d like to do.
Blogging: I have sadly neglected my blog, for Twitter, Facebook and occasional Tumblr forays. I am going to share more content here – although I may play a little with both Medium and ghost. Some of it will be technology related; some security; some knowledge management, and some more personal… I’ll try to keep my Scottish Independence thoughts elsewhere.
Coastguard: I’m part of a Search and Rescue Team locally – I intend to work more at this and step up to a more senior team role.
Family & Friends: I intend to make more effort to leave my lovely Scottish eyrie and actually see more of people this year
- I have achieved a couple of security qualifications last year, CISSP and SCF; I intend to further my security knowledge and my general architecture knowledge
- I intend to improve my physical fitness
- I intend to do more to keep abreast of technology – particularly Internet of Things type activity and cloud based work
- I will do more outdoor activity, including regular sleeping outdoors – particularly in my hammock that I have used for 8 years on and off.
Work: I have said I’m lucky in my employer; I want to make sure I work with some wider teams in the company and build my contributions across our security and architecture team.
What about you?
Have you any aspirations/goals you’d like to share?
Drilling into the New Year – what will you find? http://t.co/RwIKFfcaV0
@steveellwood I find the need to revisit my own blog, and to pick myself up after a tough 2013 and keep connected with folk.