Scientific Research & Self-Development Activism
Goals for self improvement are selfish. They are not beneficial for everyone. They are beneficial for just one person. What about goals designed to benefit a group of people or society at large. The goals that benefit humanity have a lot greater push in them for individual to take appropriate steps in making thing happen. If you want to save a million people you are going to be more motivated then say if you just want to save yourself. Love for others is what drives these goals. Its empathetic instead of psychopathic type of goals.
I looked at my goals and they were psychopathic at first, but they are becoming empathetic as time progresses. I made a bigger goal and I am working towards it.
I want to create a social club. A place where people can come to get awesome life experiences. I want to have a game room, a music/movie room, a coffee library, a weight training room, research laboratory, self development workshop, and a night club all in one building. In that building there will also be a zen garden. This business venture will benefit people in a way because services will be geared towards providing them with awesome life experiences. Now this is my ultimate goal. It has a timeline of 10 years. I will be 32 when this goal is done. My other goals to get to that point include.
1. Getting social network website established. How my social network site will be different is a secret ;)
To do this I will need to be good at web design. Online web business to generate enough revenue to fund the construction of this facility
2. Get accounting degree, so I can manage this business venture
3. Gotta get healthy and fit
Everything revolves around this one goal. I am going to study religion again. Studying religion is awesome because it really helps you understand human psychology. It really motivates people, and it does a good job programming people to work towards a specific goal.