Goals have been updated as of July 27, 2022.
It’s been quite some time (too long, in fact) since I’ve published anything to my personal blog. I remember thinking back in late 2019 that with my new TAM role at VMware, I was going to have the additional time needed to work on creating new content for the #vCommunity, both on this blog and over on my YouTube channel, as well. Unfortunately, I haven’t been very disciplined in that regard, as I’ve had maybe one or two blog posts since then. I also see that my last “Personal Goals” blog post was back from 2019.
With this being the start of a new year, however, I really want to try and get back into creating more content for 2022. My hope is that putting this post out into the world, I’ll hold myself more accountable by sticking with it. Here are some of my other personal goals for this coming year:
✅ Maintain VCP-DCV Certification for 2022 [Completed]
✅ Maintain vExpert status for 2022 [Completed]
✅ Present at another local VMUG meeting [Completed]
⚪️ Create and publish at least 10-20 (or more) new blog posts in 2022
⚪️ Create and publish at least five new YouTube videos
⚪️ Participate in Blogtober, where bloggers create five new blog posts in the month of October
⚪️ Reach 40 hours of community service
At the time this post was published, the applications for the VMware vExpert program are currently open through 28-JAN-2022. If you have questions about the program, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me or other vExperts in the community for help. I also encourage anyone who’s currently a vExpert to get their applications in or updated before the deadline. (Even if you’ve not been able to contribute much to the community this year).
I’ll be sure to check back and update this post throughout the year. As always, I appreciate you reading and stopping by!