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Life In Fast Forward?
Welcome to the online home of me, some guy given the name John Cleveland Payne. In the grand scheme of life, I am just another guy with another blog. But to myself, and hopefully to all of you who actually read this, I am something a little more special. From a young age, I fell in love of the idea of ‘the message’ and medium in which you try to transmit.

Basically, everyone has a message to give to the world. Some are basic, some complex, some have the power to up lift and some are just out there to bring as many people down as possible. But everyone has a message, and most people have problems identifying their message. And the ones who get that far can seem to figure out how to get the world to listen.

Well, I have a message, and this is where I will get a chance to share it. Hopefully, you’ll get plenty of things to keep you motivated or inspired, provide knowledge and comfort, and just have a little fun. Apologies for the state of flux and state of seemingly confusing messages that you’ll get here for a while, as I am doing a lot of personal soul searching, and scrubbing of old ideas to take the best of the past to build a new beginning.

In 2007, I changed the name of blog from “The Mis-Adventures Of The Jazzy Cool One” to “Life In Fast Forward.” I began to tear down old blogs and newsletters and try to find places for them here. My goal is to take the focus off of me the person, and show the world the life I live and share with every human on the planet. I aspire to life at a very high standard, and instead of dealing with people who rather slow us down, I want to find ways to help people pick up there own pace. As you get to see an insight to the further adventures I hope to lead, hopefully you’ll enjoy the ride, and want to come along.

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2008 & The Quest To Perfect Goal Setting, Part 1.5
Saturday, January 05, 2008
It’s January 5th, and although my wife and I already sat down once to go over our goals for the year, I'm already revising mine. Actually, I'm completely revamping my approach.

I have a pretty hard time setting REALISTIC goals, prime example is my $1 million in the bank, which has been a standard for many year, yet far from being accomplished. Plus, I am constantly studying the way others lay out their goals, in the hopes of one day created my own 'expert' goal setting plan, so I'm usually juggling 6 or 7 different lists before I eventually throw all the information together, and have a hell of a time sorting out the mess.

Somehow, this new idea came to me. I'm sure I'm actually stealing it from someone, so if I am, they get all the credit. Nonetheless, my goals sheet is being revised more or less real time, and I've already given up on my Totally Unrealistic Blogging Plan For 2008 to the point that I'm planning on dropping two blogs immediately....but that’s for a later post.

Right now, here are 5 of the goals that I had on my sheet for the year, revamped as a long term goal, and the shorter termed what I plan to accomplish in this year. More to come as I rewrite them:

LONG TERM: have $1 million in the bank
By 2009: have $600 in the bank

LONG TERM: Ph.D. (yes, I will then be Doctor Payne...)
By 2009: go back to college

LONG TERM: fitness goals of 160lbs & 10% body fat
By 2009: steady fitness plan of 6 days a week, 90 total minutes a day

LONG TERM: Make a very luxurious living with my own multifaceted media and content company
By 2009: Officially launch the business, with $1,000 in earning at the end of the year

LONG TERM: The ability to avoid or eliminate anything that will delay or detour my progress
By 2009: develop the ability to distinguish problems before they occur

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