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Life Goals

After started earning and school is no longer a limit of what you could do, the sense of purpose on what to accomplish in your life may be gone.

In my case, I keep a life goal list that could be checked when I think I have put in enough effort into it - I have quite a high standard so this is not gonna be easy, but the aim is really to simply be a better person. After all, everything's worthy does not happen overnight - it is built upon consistency.

So I'm going to write it here to hold myself accountable and to really strive for it (I've already started doing those that takes a while to complete at the end of my life, i.e. getting myself certified in CAIA!).

- Be an expert at work (be a good communicator and the best in my role)
- Stay Healthy (no more migraine and dry eyes) through regular exercises and healthy diets
- Wake up and go back to sleep thankful for being alive
- Have more mentors who can assist my self-development
- Make (connection) friends wherever I go
- Fall in love with my boyfriend/husband-to-be every single new day
- Keep in touch with my closest friends no matter where they are
- Read a book every week
- Publish a fiction book (trilogy)
- Be a citizen of a country that can accept me
- Be able to code, or at least trade
- Become a Distinguished Toastmaster (not that the title matters, only the skills)
- Visit my parents 3x a year no matter what
- Talk to my parents every week no matter what
- Be good at one instrument (piano/ukulele/guitar/drum), or whistling
- Invest and have a diverse portfolio (passive income)
- Own a successful startup (active income)
- Own a popular and easily digestible blog (lifeaftertwenty5)
- Speak another language: German/Mandarin/Korean/Japanese
- Volunteer for something I strongly believe in
- Complete 3 full finance/tax/legal module in Coursera
- Complete a finance certification, i.e. CAIA, CFA, FRM
- Complete a Master Degree at a renowned University, i.e. Harvard/Oxford (get a scholarship)
- Google Search My Name & Have at Least 1 Page of GOOD Stuff
- Create a (Ray Edwin) Foundation to give out scholarships to those that need them

I'm working on all of them! :)


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