Work is a tough one for goals. Is getting a raise really something you'd like to check off your life checklist? Do you really regret not having an updated resume when you're on your death bed? We are focusing our work-related goals on having a form of work that fulfills you. What do you think of these?
When it comes to money goals, there are lots of potential sources of inspiration. There are shelves full of books promising to teach you all you need to know about money in 7 steps or offering 12 steps to a better financial future. One of the better lists came from Scott Adams in the form of Dilbert's Unified Theory of everything financial. Another influence on us was the curiously straight-talking debt guru Dave Ramsey who has a list of "Baby Steps" to getting your finances in order.
So with many revisions and lots of conversation, the Robots of the Robot Co-op have come up with six money goals that we think we can recommend to everyone. As usual, we'd love to hear suggestions for additions or revisions. Here they are:
In fear of the perfect becoming the enemy of the good, we've decided to push out our first draft list of goals for an extraordinary life - starting in the field of travel. We came up with 10 goals we thought might be so worth doing that everyone should do them. What do you think? We'd love suggestions on other travel related goals that everyone should do - and if you think our list has some bogus stuff on it, we'd like to hear that as well.