Tracking Gains

WaxN

Member
For the past month I've been tracking my gains with MS Excel. I've probably been measuring too often however; nonetheless, it's encouraging to see than my BPenis EnlargementL has increased by 3 mm in the past 20 days (that would be a yearly average of 2.16" - so that pace is good).
Actually, I'm only looking for about 36 mm more. At such a pace, I would hit it in 8 months....although, I've ordered a Bib hanger , so I'd hope to hit my goal even sooner.
:)
 

brennaja

Member
I WAS using excel, had a nice little chart going. Started at 5.7 BPenis EnlargementL or so and last time I used it was up to about 6.2. Then my comp messed up and I lost it! :mad:
Only if my stocks would look the same way...
 

Questor

Member
originally posted by Brennaja
Only if my stocks would look the same way...
I hear you brother! I hear you...

But an excel spreadsheet is an incredible idea. Can anyone come up with one that allows you to have goals in set increments, does a yearly, quarterly, monthly gain tally, and can put into a pie chart? It should also have a notes section that allows for information such as exercises.

Maybe DLD can put it up on his forum and allow it to be downloaded to help all with there progress.

~Q
 

brennaja

Member
Hell no, I'm not going public. For a while it's been a sole proprietorship, but now it looks like things might change to a partnership. :) After the initial Reasearch and Development financing of $50 is received, within one quarter, the company's products should improve. Soon, a faithful customer base will be formed, and demand for the products will be through the roof.

And let me tell you about those dividends.....:cool:
 

WaxN

Member
Originally posted by brennaja
I WAS using excel, had a nice little chart going. Started at 5.7 BPenis EnlargementL or so and last time I used it was up to about 6.2. Then my comp messed up and I lost it! :mad:
Only if my stocks would look the same way...
All I can say is: "Floppy backup!"
Always.
:)
 

ItsElectric

Active member
Can someone post a basic Excel spreadsheet template that i could use?

-ItsElectric
 
Originally posted by Questor
But an excel spreadsheet is an incredible idea. Can anyone come up with one that allows you to have goals in set increments, does a yearly, quarterly, monthly gain tally, and can put into a pie chart? It should also have a notes section that allows for information such as exercises.
That's not too hard but there are some difficulties.

1) How often should measurment be? It's easier to set up a generalized sheet properly is measurement intervals are standardized since the calculations for yearly, querterly, etc. wold be based on these.

2) The chart is really no problem but a pie chart is crap for tracking progress. You'd be much better off with a standard bar-type diagram that shows colums representing length for each measurement. Kind of a visual cue to length gains.


There are some services like this already available on the net. I personally use the Men's Network Log Book (which you can find here). Its lets you enter a lot of info and you'll get graphical readouts and a nice progress chart. It's free too, just sign up.
 

Questor

Member
A bar chart would be much better!

Also measurements could be bi-weekly. That way it is not too long, and not too short for people. I usually do mine monthly but maybe bi-weekly would be better.

Q
 

Questor

Member
Great! Make sure that it can be searchable by user name.

I like to see people that have starting sizes like I have, and see what kinds of gains they have made.

Nothing like trying to find someone in a huge list of names that has been around for 3 years!

I truly believe the best thing to have in it is a projected growth. What people want in a given time. If they see there projected growth they may be more willing to work in order to reach there goal. No goal then the willingness to do them may become weaker.

Well, atleast that would motivate me!

~Q
 
It would be interesting to see how I stack up against some of the other members , and be able to go back and check just what kind of gains I made in any given month.
 
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