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Goals for wrapping up 2022 and getting 2023 off to a good start

by Hawke published Nov 27, 2022 12:37 PM, last modified Nov 27, 2022 12:37 PM
I have a lot juggling multiple companies and personal goals, here are just a few of the highlights.

 I am juggling several organizations, each with different goals. I have a very wide range of hobbies, it is shorter to just point to one of my (of 360) websites:

I love music, compose and play over 20 instruments as Synthetic Zen.

For ManufacturingPower our goals are to finish MVP5-0.9 this month, and have 1.0-beta before end of year, and 1.0 full by January of our Enterprise Web platform, and then merge our existing iNSUPPLi mobile app with our enterprise platform. We're trying to fix the world's supply chain problems through our technology.

I'm founder and Executive Director of the non-profit RPG Research. Our goals for this year were to get a dedicated property and to get the non-profit fully self-sufficient and no longer burning a hole in my personal finances. We achieved the property acquisition in March, and the donations in October sufficient to run until March 2023. For next year we want to raise enough to cover the rest of the year's operations, and get our new experiential learning museum off the ground, and get our wheelchair accessible mobile facilities back on the road.

For the for-profit RPG.LLC / RPG Therapeutics, I need to finish 3 books before the end of the year, and try to get 1 or 2 others finished by the first quarter of 2023. I need to get our RPG.Education online training platform synced up with the new books by January, and re-open enrollment in our online classes as well as our in-person and remote training workshops. I have more therapy clients than I can handle, so I need to find more trainable staff that I can use to add to our existing 6 employees. I have had to create this entire industry and workforce from scratch, the entire industry didn't exist back in 2004.

For Dev 2 Dev portal we have been moving our infrastructure away from dependency on Google, Amazon, Godaddy, Xmission, etc. and to our own facilities and self-build cloud environments 100% opensource. We are still moving my 300+ domains to our servers, and it is a very time consuming process with email accounts, etc., but we're making progress. I am hoping by end of the year we will finally be zero dependency on any third-party providers once again.

Personally I would like to have a day off once per week so I can once again have time to compose and live stream my music. I haven't put out a new music release in a couple years, and I am craving having that time for the creative recharge.

I've been involved with role-playing games since 1977, technology and online since 1979. My wife and I have 2 dogs, both standard poodles, one is 2 years old the other 6 months old.

Phew! Cheers! :-)

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