My Twelve Favorite Problems.
Lofty goals are defined by the large amount of problems they could potentially entail. The smaller the goal, the less could go wrong and vice versa . So instead of setting a list of goals, I am going to get more specific, and make a list of problems that will continuously re-prioritize what I'm learning and researching.
1. How/what makes me stand-out in a field of diligent, high-achieving people?
2. How can I grow as an individual, but also take into account other point-of-views?
3. How can I see things from an outside perspective?
4. How can I learn from every experience/person I interact with?
5. How can I communicate my ideas clearly and spontaneously?
6. What connections/experience do I need to make money in a field that intrigues me?
7. How can I create content that engages?
8. How can I become a better gift-giver?
9. How can I control my sugar-tooth as I get older?
10. How can I learn to play the electric guitar?
11. How can I learn from my competition?
12. How can I convince someone of the value I can create?
These problems are not solved over night. They are meant to be chipped away over a long period of self-improvement.