Most of my friends are caught up in the mythology that you need to get a good job, settle down and chain yourself to a retirement package for the rest of your life.
As a result, the idea of being rich interests me, but I’m not driven by it.
If I had a billion dollars, I’d be living almost the same way I am today.
I want to share the broader vision for my life, not the grittier implementation details.
I don’t plan on downloading my brain into a computer.
I like eating simple foods, living in simple houses and keeping simple items.
Owning more stuff doesn’t make me happy and I place far more value on the things that can’t be bought.
Life goals are personal to the individual who sets them; one person might see climbing the career ladder as more important than starting a family and getting married.
There is a debate as to whether people should actually set themselves life goals.
With each subject I learn more about, three more opportunities branch off.
There are few subjects I’m completely uninterested in and too many I’m fascinated by.