I'm new to LessWrong and am trying to level up and internalize techniques to improve my life. I also want to increase my connection to the community, but that's less important for this question. I'm setting some goals for next year and was thinking about how to encode these meta-goals into SMARTer goals.
My question: what are some good goals for leveling up in a wholistic way? I don't just want to read things. I want to become conversant in them, and I want to put them into practice. I've written down some ideas below (I don't intend to do all of them; they're just ideas at this point). Feel free to critique them and/or ignore them and write your own.
Xhours per week interacting with people's Rationality posts on LessWrong and Facebook.
Xhours per week reading Rationality blogs, posts, and sequences.
Xblog / LW post per month.
Xnew Rationality technique per week and apply it to a problem I have (and post about it).
- Read through
XSequence / Book
Again: As a newbie, what is a good set of goals to help me level up quickly and sustainably?
Edit: Based on the comments, I should specify that these would not be my only goals for the year. They would just be the ones that have to do with learning and applying Rationality techniques.