Write an executive summary of the data analytics from the last year of your existence.

e.g. summarize your life as if it was a compilation of statistics.

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Creative Output

Written by Cris Crissman @Cris2B on September 7, 2013 11:48 pm
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Executive Summary for My Creative Output for 2013

To date:

Completed 243 consecutive Daily Creates
(all were conscientiously if not always enthusiastically completed. Though I did learn that even the most off-putting originally somehow intrigued me by completion)

Completed 13 Virtually Foolproof Blog Posts

Completed 11 Blog Posts for Creative Inquiry Class

Completed 6 videos and posts for Old Globe MOOC

In the words of Tyler Cowen — “My life is a mess” though I prefer to think of it as “creative chaos.”

Final project life report executive summary 2012-2013

Written by Spotty Minnie Bannister on September 7, 2013 4:23 pm
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This report is the culmination of the efforts of a number of people. In particular thanks are due to Ivor Labotomy (my psychiatrist) and Lydia Pillpot (my pharmacist). The sources of data include medical reports and bank statements.

Over the past five years, year on year practice in domestic pant and sock washing totalled over 1825 pairs respectively. Average time spent hoovering increased year on year by 13.2%; average time washing and average time ironing 17.3 and 21.7% respectively.

Over one-third of dog walks in 2012 involved mud; approximately 42.2% involving rolling in fox poo and required a hose down; a total of 4 walks involved chasing hares and muntjac deer; one walk involved eating an entire pheasant.

Projecting into 2013-2014, the durability of sofa cushions is envisaged to be at serious risk; replacement of items of socks deemed imperative; tough times ahead for mail delivery items via the letter box.

The P1 quarterly report for 2012 was significantly down on 2011 in terms of profitability (including disbursements and VAT). This represented a 17.3% decline on the previous year.

Average gross shopping fees in practice were around £110 per week. This figure masks a wide distribution of finances across ad hoc food acquisitions at Mac Donalds and public house establishments.

The P2 quarterly report for 2012 saw a significant turnover of husbands, resulting in a welcome decline of household overheads and non-earning staff.

The latter half of 2012 saw a welcome trend in profitability increases, with the unexpected accumulation of programme management assets from within the learning technology sector. These were a result of international transactions in the Vancouver market as a result of OpenEd13 and Keg party-gate. Completion of declaration of interests were made around October 2012.

Projecting into 2013-2014, the turnover of houses and jobs are predicted, with the accumulated effect of financial stability, job satisfaction and LOLs resulting from a move to the Bristol area.

Dear Shareholders

Written by @dogtrax on September 7, 2013 1:56 pm
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My dear shareholders,

Thank you for staying with the company as long as you have and I appreciate that you have not yet abandoned ship during these rough times. Except for you, Aunt Zelda. You’ve effectively lost this year’s bonus, so don’t anticipate that fruitcake at the holidays. You hear me? No fruitcake for you! The rest of you? Fruitcake.
Now, I know this has been a year in which the analytics show a slow decline in our product and that is not just because my brain cells are getting older and misfiring more than usual. No, let me explain. I have a theory. After a careful examination of the data and the numbers and the myriads of charts and graphs provided by my technical assistant, Duke the Dog, I have come to realize that the present has outpaced me. I am consistently living in the past, I now realize. Even as I write this, I realize the moment has come … and gone. As a result, the numbers are down across the fields of the company output.
So, you may be asking yourself: how will he turn that around? Honestly, I don’t know and the more I think about it, the more that time passes and the more I fall behind. It’s a conundrum, I know. However, have no fear. I have three boys coming up behind me and they mostly definitely live right there in the present at all times. They have no regrets about the past nor any plans for the future. Everything is in the moment. I am now developing a succession plan for future leaders of this company and intend to put “The Boys” through some grueling tasks designed to separate out who is ready and who is not. Of course, that all depends if my wife gives me permission to do so.
It may not be pretty, this course we are about to take, but I assure you that next year, at this time, the numbers will be up. The future’s so bright, we gotta wear shades, to quote those famous philosophers Timbuk 3.
Kevin, President of the Dogtrax Word-Releasing Corporation, LLC