I’ve never been one for rigid goal-setting, or resolutions. (Hey, my Myers-Briggs type is INFP — and we “P” people like to keep our options open!)
That being said, I’m in a fairly unstructured time in my life right now; a little structure will keep me focused. And the cherry on top is to post my plans here.
Here’s to an awesome 2019! Happy New Year!
|Education and Development||Comments|
|BU (online class) for Certificate of
|completed Dec. 2018|
|IGHR (Athens, GA)||week of July 21, 2019;
registration opens 2 Mar 2019
|Texas Institute of Genealogical
|week of June 9, 2019|
|Legacy Tree webinars||focus on BCG-sponsored|
|Community and Colleagues|
|join Assn of Professional
|renew Indiana Genealogical Society membership||done!!|
|renew NGS membership||done — 2 year renewal|
|join Tx State Genealogical Society||done!!|
|start attending DGS meetings and
DNA SIG meetings
|attend meetings regularly in 2019|
|Evaluate: what do I know and
how do I know it?
|for key (aka “brick wall”) ancestors|
|Formulate a research question and a research plan for each of the
“brick wall” ancestors (above)
|Write up GPS proof summaries (or narratives) for each research question I’ve asked (and think I’ve answered) re: my ancestors’ lives|
|Continue mapping my
|my favorite thing!|
|Copple (family line) project|
|Ask other cousins if they will
|submit my lineage to Sonoma
County Genealogical Society for a
certificate (if approved)
|by the end of 2019|
|submit an article to NGSQ||this is at least a year away|
|get my CG designation — or my AG designation||this is at least a year away|
|enroll in and complete ProGen
|typically a 6 month wait list, after
you enroll. Offered 3 x a year.
3 thoughts on “Genealogy Goals for 2019”
Way to go!
Anyone posting their Myers-Briggs gets a LIKE in my book.
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Those are some goals and achievements. Good luck!