I contemplated for much of December if I was going to do some poker new year resolutions or not.
In the end, I have set a few, but will probably not bore you with the details. Most of it is with web site management/podcasting/establishing a bankroll.
I do have some poker related goals, but I am finding them hard to quantify, so I am still mulling them over which brings me to my next point.
Why use the first of the year to resolve to do anything? We should be in a constant state of resolving. When life is not acting like we want it to, we resolve to change it.
If you have a friendship that is not up to snuff, resolve to fix it. Need to lose some weight in May, resolve in June to lose it.
My main plan for January is to get onto my poker business plan. I have sniffed out a pretty impressive start from a Word doc that I found on the web.
I also want to get my poker app off the ground this year. It is an app that I will be using personally. I really don't want to sell it as it is a FileMaker database that will connect to my iPad. Think of it as a live HUD. Yeah, I'll be that gut that is "engrossed" in my iPad, only I will be looking at your raise/call/fold stats.
If I program it as good as I think it could be, I really won't want to be selling it - LOL