Creating Communication’s 2014 Goals


Looking forward to 2014, I definitely have some goals for this blog.  Check out a few of my answers to this precious Pinterest questionnaire below:



A bad habit I am going to break will be late night blog posting.  My goal is to post every morning so that readers have the entire day to take in new content.

A person I hope to become more like is Nancy Duarte.  If you’ve read a single post on this blog, you know I am her biggest fan and adore her and her work.  She is an amazing role model, and I am fortunate that I can continue to learn from her every time I read her books, her articles, or her blog posts.

Several books I’d like to read in 2014 include the recently released second edition of Garr Reynolds’ Presentation Zen Design; Jerry Weissman’s Presenting To Win; Cliff Atkinson’s Beyond Bullet Points; Jonah Sacs’ Story Wars; Amy Spaulding’s The Art of Storytelling; Nick Morgan’s Give Your Speech, Change The World; Dave Gray’s Gamestorming; and David Sibbet’s Visual Meetings.

I’m going to do better at writing quality posts for Creating Communication so that readers find the content they need to help them become better, stronger speakers and presenters.

What are your 2014 goals?  Did you use the above template?  Please share your resolutions with me in the “Comments” section!


Resolutions For A New Year by Ethos3


Ethos3 developed and uploaded “Resolutions for a New Year” today, and I love the advice and inspiration paired with the beautiful design:


Read my 2013 communication and presentation goals for 2013 here.

What are your resolutions for the new year?