Jed and I tend to be private people who keep things (even things other people blab left and right about) to ourselves. "But you have blogs," you laugh. Yes, we have blogs. But I still feel that we are generally private people. In person and online.
We secretly chuckle every time someone tells us of a lofty life goal that seems completely unattainable, but I think, on the inside, we're a little bit envious that they can just be so out there with their goals. Regardless of failure. We (and I keep saying we, but I can't really speak for Jed, so read "I") are too fearful of failure to be out there with our goals and life ambitions.
The Split is... I can't decide which is better. Should we be so pompous (not that any of you are, I would just feel that way) with our ambitions and declare them to the world, sure of our success. Or are we wise to keep things to ourselves until we are assured of a successful outcome, at which point, we can then blab left and right about it feeling no embarrassment because the outcome is already known and positive.