Then someone said to me "If you had all the money in the world and nothing in your way, what would you do?" It was easy. I just answered. Then I stopped to think.
It's exactly what I should do. But it took me looking beyond all the financial and strategical stress to figure out exactly what I wanted.
Maybe I need to apply this question to my life more often. What would I do if I didn't have to worry about the money or the specifics. What would I do?
In my case, the answer usually is "Go shopping" or "Buy all the shoes", but that's not always practical. My thought is, I need to find the practical way to fulfill what I want to have happen in my life.
Here are things I would want to do if neither money nor practical issues were in the way:
- Be an artist.
- Spend a lot of time with family and friends.
- Travel to some places, but not a lot.
- Make a home.
- Sell things I make to other people.