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Focus

By now-and we haven’t even got to the second Quest and mission- you may be feeling a little overwhelmed! I know that I was this morning as I added two more friends and looked at over 300 emails, over 40 inboxes and then realized I still haven’t finished the review of all my friends!

Do you have a clear focus on what you are doing? It will make your life, in and out of the game too, easier if you do. You have to make choices. I suspect it will get even more necessary as the game goes on. And winning? Well you can strategize all you want for that one and I wish you great luck!

In my opinion we have all won by being here. The sharing and communication is terrific. The number of people power hours spent writing, responding, posting, uploading, reading must be incredible. The toughest goal is HOW to get everybody collaborating? Any ideas?

I was getting ready to type some more here when I saw:

GET CREDIT FOR COMPLETED MISSIONS

And now we can: Get Credit for our Completed Missions Lol reading that cuts THIS blog entry shorter! So finishing up, quickly!:

My review of all friends may take all game, but I’ll get there. That is one of the major areas I focus on. A second area is, of course, the Quests and missions, then I’ve got mentoring, data gathering, gathering web resources and posting blogs. Then there are all those additional challenges I would love to do, but may never get to the point of actually doing. Such is life J

In coming weeks, additional suggestions on mentoring will be posted and I’ll send all my friends my completed data set. I don’t see any secure location to upload it for all members, but if anyone knows of one, be sure to inbox me! Certainly not all our members are playing with real names. It would be a surprise if they were.

I am using my real name, and you can search the internet and find me pretty easy. You can also find my most common nickname: jdb_educator, perhaps even my underdeveloped domain jdbeditor.com where I hide my business of editing, webpaging, photography etc.

I'm playing it as a game that is fun, but my focus is: this is a real life learning excercise. How can I contribute?

I've already won. The rest is just dessert!


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Comment by Nangar Soomro on March 15, 2010 at 5:50pm
I've already won. The rest is just dessert!.......... Ahhhh I would love to be evoking under your mentorship because you are the winner .

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