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2011 Goals

1) Show my wife and my two kids how much I love them and how important they are in my life.
2) Play more golf with both my 10 year old daughter & 16 year old son
3) clean the house of clutter

Equipment changes
1) Buy a new driver: Titleist 9069D2, Mizuno 630 Fast Track or Taylor Made Burner TP
2) Buy new wedges: Mizuno TP 10, 52,56,60 or 64?

1) run 2 - 3 times a week for 30 minutes each run.
2) work with light weights
3) walk and swim 2 - 3 times a week for 30 minutes

1) lose 10 - 20 pounds
2) watch what I eat

1) Make more money
2) invest in future business

1) Work towards critical mass

1) Volunteer more time toward other people in need
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2011 Goals

1) Show my wife, 3 kids and future son-in-law, how much I love them and how important they are in my life.
2) Play more golf with friends and family
3) clean the basement of all that junk that's been boxed up down there since we moved into this house 10+ yrs ago.
4) Give my oldest the best wedding she could ever hope for!

Golf related
1) Buy a new driver: thinking of trying a 12 degree to try and get a better trajectory.
2) build a quality indoor putting green for practice purposes
3) work hard on my putting
4) break 90 more consistently

1) walk 5-6 times a week for 45-60 minutes at a time.
2) work golf-fitness exercise routine

1) lose 10-15 more pounds (lost 35 in 2010)
2) continue to watch what I eat

1) increase advertising/promotion for photo studio
2) increase photo studio sales by 25%
3) write 4 new full feature articles for outside publications

1) increased savings by 20%

1) increase my hands-on involvement in Special Olympics
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