By The Numbers

I am an engineer, which means, in many cases, numbers appeal to me more than emotions do. Consider these posts lessons learned from a quantified life.

performance review 2013

Performances in Review 2013

For the third year in a row, one of my goals was to perform at least 100 times. Last year I hit 133 performances, the year before 119. This year it was 102. Here are some stats regarding the performances: 54% of shows were shortform improv, 5% of shows were traditional longform improv, 23% were …

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Quality Day Review 2013

If you’re wondering, yes I’m still doing that Quality Day thing. Have no idea what I’m talking about? Here’s the write up from last year: As some of you may know, I’ve developed my own productivity system where I shoot to do 5 habits every single day. I track whether or not I complete each …

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performance review 2012

Performances in Review 2012

For the second year in a row, one of my goals was to perform at least 100 times. Last year I hit 119 performances, this year I hit 133. Here are some stats regarding the performances: 41% of shows were shortform improv, 36% of shows were traditional longform improv, 18% were musical improv, and 5% …

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Quality Day Review 2012

Note: I’ve shared some of these things with people before. Some people think it’s cool and give it a try themselves. Others learn how truly devoted I am to my planning / productivity. And a handful consider me somewhat of a psychopath (in a good way I think?). So I guess read at your own …

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performance review 2011

Performances in Review 2011

One of my goals for 2011 was to perform at least 100 times. I was able to meet and surpass that goal, finishing with 119 total performances. Here are some stats regarding the performances: 57% of shows were long-form improv, 42% were short-form improv and 1% were stand-up. 39% of the total shows were at …

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