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    *Lose another 50lbs or so
    *Complete the Manchester 10k run
    *Go to pro wrestling school + eventually be able to work matches in front of a crowd
    *Learn to drive
    *Become comfortable with singing/acting in public
    *Write some form of scripted comedy
    *Take a trip to the US and attend WWE WrestleMania week
    *Learn to play my guitar
    *Become fluent in a foreign language


    Not all in 2015 obviously!
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    (Original post by Smash Bandicoot)
    deep maaan but uhhh…how do you personally define self-actualisation? I can't define it for you.
    Living your life to the fullest.
    Fulfilling you potential and being okay with all the mistakes you made if you get to make it to an old age.
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    (Original post by CarpeDiem.)
    Living your life to the fullest.
    Fulfilling you potential and being okay with all the mistakes you made if you get to make it to an old age.
    that's great and all, but you are thinking in abstract ideals

    what are your specific tangible goals at present?

    I'm not meaning to sound pretentious or condescending, I also struggle with lofty ideals and failing to apply them in practice
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    1. Get married and have children
    2. Do well in my degree
    3. Go into the field of primatology or palaeobiology. (This may change! )
    4. Just be happy in life

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    success in dream career
    be fluently multilingual
    see Eminem and C.Ronaldo up close IRL
    have happy relationships
    feel grateful of life everyday

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    (Original post by Smash Bandicoot)
    that's great and all, but you are thinking in abstract ideals

    what are your specific tangible goals at present?

    I'm not meaning to sound pretentious or condescending, I also struggle with lofty ideals and failing to apply them in practice
    Well..
    Get good grades and get into a good university.
    Get a degree in Architecture
    Learn how to surf.
    Gain weight
    Learn to control my temper (inner peace, inner peace)
    Place foot on every continent in the World
    Volunteer at an orphanage.
    Get married to a 'my type of' guy
    Get locked inside the best book store ever for one night.
    Actually do something with my degree in Architecture.
    Establish world peace while i'm at it
    Etc Etc
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    (Original post by CarpeDiem.)
    Well..
    Get good grades and get into a good university.
    Get a degree in Architecture
    Learn how to surf.
    Gain weight
    Learn to control my temper (inner peace, inner peace)
    Place foot on every continent in the World
    Volunteer at an orphanage.
    Get married to a 'my type of' guy
    Get locked inside the best book store ever for one night.
    Actually do something with my degree in Architecture.
    Establish world peace while i'm at it
    Etc Etc
    PRSOM good luck!
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    (Original post by H.Ibrahim)
    Those are very big goals but definitely achievable.
    Thank you:yes:
    I am going to work really hard and try my very best!
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    Genuinely all I want to do is live my life in a way that makes me happy.
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    (Original post by Smash Bandicoot)
    inb4 denial of depression

    I am about 2 steps ahead of you when most of the world is another 5 steps ahead of me
    I'm probably gonna sound stupid, but it's 1am and I'm confused haha. Whaddya mean?!
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    I'm probably gonna sound stupid, but it's 1am and I'm confused haha. Whaddya mean?!
    as long as you're joking about the absolute lack of motivation to reach life goals then you're fine. I am not
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    (Original post by Smash Bandicoot)
    as long as you're joking about the absolute lack of motivation to reach life goals then you're fine. I am not
    I wish I was I seem to have some of the motivation but not the determination to move forward. Just gonna have to wake up one day soon and be like "**** it let's start doing this" !!!
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    I wish I was I seem to have some of the motivation but not the determination to move forward. Just gonna have to wake up one day soon and be like "**** it let's start doing this" !!!
    Just take little steps each day and don't beat yourself up if you don't get everything you planned to do done on a specific day
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    I wish I was I seem to have some of the motivation but not the determination to move forward. Just gonna have to wake up one day soon and be like "**** it let's start doing this" !!!
    idk what are your actual goals? Maybe if you're planning to break Alan Sugar's empire then you might be aiming too high idk :shrug:
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    (Original post by TheWaffle)
    Just take little steps each day and don't beat yourself up if you don't get everything you planned to do done on a specific day
    Yeah I'm gonna try and break down my goals into manageable steps and go that way. Just hard to remain positive!!

    (Original post by Smash Bandicoot)
    idk what are your actual goals? Maybe if you're planning to break Alan Sugar's empire then you might be aiming too high idk :shrug:
    Don't think I'm aiming that high yet Just general stuff like get fitter, learn German/attempt to learn [again], save enough money, volunteer, get back into reading etc.

    Most of them aren't hard I'm just so lazy
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Yeah I'm gonna try and break down my goals into manageable steps and go that way. Just hard to remain positive!!



    Don't think I'm aiming that high yet Just general stuff like get fitter, learn German/attempt to learn [again], save enough money, volunteer, get back into reading etc.

    Most of them aren't hard I'm just so lazy
    yeah sound like mine

    Well in therapy I was taught about the cost-benefit analysis for every action, at the end of the day what do you gain from pissing about on TSR versus doing X goal you have set, what do you lose by not doing TSR or not doing the goal? (What do you do in your spare time? seriously I am unemployed hahaha)
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    (Original post by Smash Bandicoot)
    yeah sound like mine

    Well in therapy I was taught about the cost-benefit analysis for every action, at the end of the day what do you gain from pissing about on TSR versus doing X goal you have set, what do you lose by not doing TSR or not doing the goal? (What do you do in your spare time? seriously I am unemployed hahaha)
    How long have you been unemployed? Did u go to uni?
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    (Original post by TheWaffle)
    How long have you been unemployed? Did u go to uni?
    about 4 months now since graduation

    Yes
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    (Original post by Smash Bandicoot)
    about 4 months now since graduation

    Yes
    ah yeah that might be me this time next year. What did u study and where? (if u don't mind me askin)
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    (Original post by TheWaffle)
    ah yeah that might be me this time next year. What did u study and where? (if u don't mind me askin)
    English and History at an RG the location of which must never be revealed under a Riku/Smash account!
 
 
 
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