· ☕ 1 min read · ✍️ John Minnihan
I had a conversation with two long-time friends early this morning that can be summed up in one word: optionality. We were talking about goals and meandered into the topic of travel. One of my friends is in the early stages of planning a month-long trip to Europe, while I’m heading over in April for a week with my wife. She’ll stay an additional week after meeting up with one of her girlfriends.

First Post
· ☕ 1 min read · ✍️ John Minnihan
Here we are. January 1st, 2020. New day, new month, new year, new decade (except for all you pedants, hey…) I can’t say that I have plans for the year - they’re more like daily & monthly goals. I’ve always done my best work when I break down the stuff I need to do into discreet, doable steps. I discuss that in my book. This post is a manifestation of one of those goals.

2020 Goals
· ☕ 1 min read · ✍️ John Minnihan
We’re a week away from the beginning of the new year. This is, of course, mostly symbolic with regard to individuals: there’s virtually nothing different between one day when it is 2019 and the next when it is 2020. But symbolism is important. It helps us - it helps me - begin new things by providing easy-to-understand boundaries around timing of those things. New Year’s Resolutions are the most common example of this.