In 2010, I did quite a bit. And I learned quite a bit. I’ve gone through 5 projects, OneExtraLap (strategically failed), iTunes Instant (went massively successful), TwtRoulette (made with Shervin), Pitch.ly (stopped), and OhBoard (launched 10 days ago). I went from barely knows how to code web apps, to become the creator of several. I felt like I’ve accomplished a lot.
On the last day of 2010, I think I should create a list of things that I am going to do in 2011. (The list is more for me, but putting it public can give me more momentum because of the more people that know about it).
- Focus. I’ve been saying this for a long time, and I’ve been constantly pushing myself. Everything I do in 2011 is going to be OhBoard-related. I am going to take it low and slow, and bring in $10000 (well, the more, the better) profit by the end of the year. That’s it.
- Blog. Not here, but at OhBoard Blog, because I really see the importance of experience sharing about my work. I am going to share about things from design to development, from promotion to customer service, from copywriting to press, and just anything in between.
- Learn. There is just one thing I want to learn. It’s not another programming language, it’s business. I’ve been a developer since 2009, but barely have an opportunity to touch on serious business-related matters. With OhBoard, now it’s the time. And I will share about everything I learn.
- Help. I’ve been active on Forrst. And I want to continue helping out people there with design and development. Also, I want to help out more people who contact via Email (hey, that can be a great promotion machine). It’s necessary to give back to the community since you guys guided me so much in 2010.
5 hours to go and I will start accomplishing these goals…