In the two years that I’ve been running The Finishing School and preaching the gospel of Getting Out There and Doing Stuff, I’ve talked to a lot of people who don’t understand why they should have life goals.
Why go out of your way to list these arbitrary and random things? Why bother trying to achieve something that doesn’t directly benefit you?
Isn’t that a first-world luxury? Something you can only think about because you’re satiated to boredom? Some people are starving, and you’re checking off continents and crap just because you can?
Having a list of life goals is not about arbitrary timesinks. Nor is it about boredom and privilege.
Having a list of life goals– and, more importantly, doing them– is about something totally different. It’s about Read More