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I'm not sure how I need to start this. The gist of it is I've reached basically every goal I had. I feel like there's no more fight left. I'm happy with my body, sex life, academic life - which has been my main focus my entire life basically. My style is pretty much maxed out and other than tanning and professional teeth whitening I consider myself completely looksmaxed. Not that it matters because as I said, I've reached my sex life goals. So what do I do next? The past few months I've been doing things like boxing, running (half) marathons, climbing mountains. While these things are great, I don't have this big, overarching goal I'm working towards. It just feels like doing side quests in an RPG, if you know what I mean.
Most of you will probably say I need to get an online business up and running. That's also what I'm gonna do next, but it's not something I'm really passionate about. It's just a fact of life that you need money and I'm going to get it, and going the online route is the best way. But I don't really WANT to as much as I HAVE to.
Any people here who have pretty much reached their goals with some advice?
This post breaks my heart, because I’ve never had this problem, but I see so many people who do, and I know how empty it can make you feel.
And yeah. I kinda just want to tell you “start a business”, but if you don’t care about money that much, that probably won’t cut it.
You should consider using your time to help you fellow human beings. When I’ve hit a 5 mil net worth, I’m going to stop trying to get richer, and start work on prison reform in the US. Specifically, I’d like to get the Supreme Court to rule that solitary confinement is unconstitutional.
That’s just my personal mission, but the most fulfilling success in life is when you help other people. I think you would find that kind of work deeply satisfying.
Thanks for everything you guys. It's time for me to move on to bigger things!
Another suggestion: Go on a holiday. Visit a completely different country with completely different values/culture. Or go somewhere you've always wanted to go. Give yourself a break from life, a break from self-improvement, and just let go and relax. Don't do anything except enjoy the day to day life, be in the moment, etc.
It might help you figure out what the next chapter of your life will be.
Thanks a lot for the responses. I will consider volunteering. I go on (short) trips often so I don't think that will help. I've been doing some thinking and I'm very passionate about marketing, crowd psychology, etc. So hopefully I can get a copywriting or marketing company off the ground, and I will get a sense of fulfilment from that.
I've never been able to relate to people when they say they don't have "money" as their top life goal, or when it isn't even on the spectrum at all. Is this you?
Some people don't care about money/business AT ALL.
You should try working with homeless people to help get their life back on track. There are alot of shitheads out there but there are some good, honest to God homeless people that just need a boost. Don't get taken advantage of, but maybe take one on as a "mentee" or something?
What about the Big Brother program? You should look into mentoring a young kid, maybe one without a father figure in his life that has no direction. There are tons of under privileged kids and teens out there.
You could teach them GLL shit or even just life lessons, hang out with them, take them out to do fun shit, etc.
Go skydiving, go fly an airplane, go hike a mountain, ski trip, try a 10 day retreat with no electronics or outside connection to the world on some mountain, etc.
Do you want to leave behind some kind of legacy on this earth? Start thinking about that kind of stuff.
How much free time do you have?
***I am nowhere near your situation, I still have a LOT of things I want to do so take advice with a grain of salt, just trying to jog your brain to see if you can spark something***
What you need is a mission. Something that is big, overeaching, and literally helps you as a motivator to get out in the morning. For example, my mission is to create a very sucessfull webcomic. Is something I really look foward to doing. If you are unsure as where to go with your life, the best sources for inspiration are: past experiences and the contents of your daydreaming.
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