Asked on 22 Apr 2020
Should I be questioning myself to figure out what dreams I have?
Hello, I hope you're doing well amidst these times both physically and mentally.
I've just started reading 7 habits of highly effective people. One of the analogy they used is to imagine you're attending a funeral, only to realise its your very own. There are 3 speakers who will share about their experiences and how you've lived your life: 1. Your spouse/family member, 2. A close friend, 3. A work associate. Now think about what you want them to describe you; your character, contributions and achievements.
Once you think about those 3 things mentioned, you can start to centre your life around those principles and build goals and dreams to reach them.
With this extended circuit breaker, theres more time to think about long term goals and dreams apart from finances. All the best!
That's a dream in itself. I think the other commenters have raised some excellent points. Something to consider would be: "On your deathbed, if you look back at the life you've lived, would you be happy or have any regrets?"
No, it's not a problem at all. That's part of being human. Sometimes you just have to trus...
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