Who has goals anymore?
If you had a certain goal, how would you reach it?
Any goal, anything at all.
Who has goals anymore?
Originally Posted by shelbermonstah
Corrupt America's political system and. Become dictator, use that new power to attack china. Enter the nuclear bunker and watch as the world goes into chaos. Hopefully the end of civilization will occur, and a few survivors will emerge from the rubble. They will rebuild society, learning from our mistakes, and the world will be reborn through fire, cleaning the board for a newer age of man, a more primitive age.
"Yeah, yeah, but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn't stop to think if they should."
avatar made by Sherlock Holmes, for which I am, eternally grateful.
"Yeah, but, John, if The Pirates of the Caribbean breaks down, the pirates don't eat the tourists." (Ian Malcolm)
"Ohhh. Great warrior. Mmm hmm hmm hmm ... Wars not make one great. " (Yoda)
"Why does everything I whip leave me?" (Homer J. Simpson)
"Me Slag say you full of beryllium baloney!"
"Me Grimlock say you full of cesium salami"
"Beryllium baloney!" (Slag and Grimlock arguing)
My goal is to by the age of thrity, having utilized my many contacts, my limited artistic skill and my talent for systembuilding, made it into the Gaming industry properly.
made by the ever charming and talented Lillian Thorne.
So far, I am pretty on track for completing my goals.
Graduate college? Check.
Buy a newer, barely used vehicle I like? Check.
Get my firearms license? Check.
Join a paintball team? Check.
Get into a career I enjoy? Check.
Live near the Rockies? Kinda check.
Buy a house a bit out of town? Work in progress.
Just set yourself up for smaller goals that are reasonable to achieve and can be accomplished by a few years. It will keep you on track and give you the satisfaction of meeting goals if they're numerous and not unreasonable. Make a step by step plan of smaller goals to meet bigger ones. For example, you want to run a marathon. Make monthly goals that are less than you think you can reach and keep building from there, like getting 7 hours of sleep a night and eating fruit once a day while aiming for 3 kilometers per run twice a week, and every two weeks, just add to it to reach an end goal every few months, for example.
Just don't set the bar high with no idea how to get there. It will screw you over.