Three Levels

What’s “Three Levels?”

I’ve been setting up myself goals – both private and professional – however, the goal isn’t “real” until it’s said aloud, or even better, written down. Thus the point of three levels – I set myself a goal, and break it down into three steps which are required to achieve my final goal. Each level is more difficult than preceding, and I will prize myself for achieving ever step.

The list here is live and not definitive, it will change as my expectations and/or needs change.

On one hand, it will allow me to keep the track of my progress, on the other (I hope to) motivate me even more, since it’s all public.

Current Goals

Running

To run certain distans.

Back in May 2018 my leg got injured and thus I haven’t been able to run for a few months. Therefore Level 2 has been posponed till 2019.

Level 1 – 10 KM – Completed 28/04/2018
Level 2 – Half marathon – Goal: 2019
Level 3 – Marathon

MCSA Server 2012

To complete MCSA in Windows Serve 2012

Level 1 – Exam 70-410 – completed on 11/07/2017
Level 2 – Exam 70-411 – completed on 04/02/2018
Level 3 – Exam 70-412 – Goal: 2018

Traveler

To visit many conuntries,

Level 1 – Visit 10 countries
Level 2 – Visit 25 Coutries
Level 3 – Visit 50 Coutries

Toolmaker

To create computer tools, which will be availble publicly (probably on my Github).

Level 1 – 10 tools
Level 2- 25 tools
Level 3 – 50 tools

Early bird

Waking up earlier for at least 1 month

Level 1 – 1 hours before departure
Level 2 – 2 hours before departure
Level 3 – 3 hours before departure

From Ops to DevOps

Start treating IT more as the code.

Level 1 – Learn and use automation language – Completed July 2018 by learning Powershell.

Level 2 – learn how to use Source Control – Goal: 2019

Level 3 – Learn how to use CI/CD – Goal: 2019

Blogger

To have a certain amount of posts

Level 1 – 50 posts – Goal 2018

Level 2 – 100 posts – Goal 2019

Level 3 – 1000 posts – Goal 2020