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Genealogy Goals

Goals are something that most of us try to do, usually at the beginning of a new year. While our goals may be something we do for our jobs, family or education, we should also consider writing separate genealogy goals. Thought can be given to writing long term and short term resolutions. Goals are not something we should write down, then put away not to look at again until the next year. We should review them often and make changes if needed, based on our life and any changes that may occur that might have us adjust those goals. I have been guilty of writing goals and being very strong in the beginning working on them; then, I get back into the habit of going back into my old bad habits.

Recently I reviewed some of my earlier goals from about 4 years ago. Several of them had never been fulfilled and can be added to my list this year. It is important not to get frustrated and give up. We all have busy lives and can easily get distracted. Just continue to review your goals and try to follow them the best you are able, based on your life experiences.

Here are some examples of some genealogical goals you might want to consider:
There are many resources that can help you in setting goals. Here are just a few that might can help:

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