Find what you love doing.
Most people work a job they don’t like. They invest all their energy (in the most productive stages of their life) into doing the same thing 5 days a week, and feeling like they haven’t really done anything better with their time. . . This is one of the biggest regrets of those who never pursued ‘something more.’
At the end of your life, you may look back and notice many things you secretly wanted to do, but never did. You may then realize that you never asked for what you desired, never enjoyed a day at work, and never fully did your best.
That’s a pretty sad way to end this exciting journey we’re here for. Luckily, it’s never too late to find your true calling and turn it into something more.
If you currently have a hobby that you are incredibly passionate about, then you have already found it. Invest time in this hobby as often as possible; master it and start sharing your experience and insights with the world. You can write a blog about it, makes videos to show people how to do the same, or even start a whole business around it.
You won’t be doing it for the money, you’ll be doing it because it’s what you love and can do forever without getting bored.
If you still haven’t found a passion, though, the first of your life goals should be finding one. Look carefully everywhere around you. Go back to your childhood. Be honest about what you enjoy and what you don’t. Your calling is somewhere close, you were just distracted by all the noise around it.