In this blog i'll be answering some required questions regarding the 20 time project that I have been working on. So if you're aren't my English teacher then I personally wouldn't read what I have to say.
What have you liked most/least about 20 Time?
Thus far, my favorite part of the 20 time project has been that it has been an excuse to take the initiative. What I mean by this is that is when we picked an idea to revolve our blogs around in the beginning of the school year, we were encouraged to try something new that we have always wanted to try. For example, I had always wanted to try out making YouTube videos and this project was the perfect excuse to finally take the initiative and give it a shot.
My least favorite part of the 20 time project has been the slowly growing lack of enthusiasm. This problem used to apply to me as well when I was attempting to make YouTube videos, but that all changed when I started learning guitar. Also, I really do love playing guitar and hopefully my blogs are somewhat able to express how much I enjoy it. However, while I may be enjoying my second chance at this project, some of my classmates projects seem to have suffered as time passed (mine included). To be honest, the last couple weeks this have been much better, but if you look back far enough you should be able to see droughts of excitement in most of my classmates blogs. For example, back to back weeks of excuses at to why nothing is happening. Let it be known that I understand that a lack of progress regarding twenty time more than realistic, but nevertheless it really does affects the quality of the blogs produced. This is a bit hard to explain, but my main point is that considering the lengthy extent of the 20 time project, people will just become less enthusiastic about their project now versus the beginning of the year when there was a lot of hype around this project.
What would you have done differently with your project?
If I could go back, I wish I would have set goals for my project. What I mean is that in my first blog I wish I had said that I want to accomplish this, this, and this by the end of my 20 time project time. It's truly just a small thing that wouldn't have affected my progress, but I think it would have been cool if I could have used those goals as guidelines toward what I want to become guitar wise. It also would have kept a deadline in the back of my head, which would have kept me focused on accomplishing those goals. Bear in mind, the goals could have been anything from learning a specific song, to memorizing my first song, etc. I hope these answers help you understand a bit more about how I feel about the 20 time project.