One of the things that puzzles me about life is how us humans are so full of contradictions. It makes no sense to me.
It must be depressing to be a die-hard woke/socialist. You have to remind yourself every day that human nature is wrong and needs correction.
Greed is evil. "Survival of the fittest" even worse.
I have been thinking about Elon Musk a lot this year.
Maybe too much. But at the same time he is arguably the most powerful person on earth.
Every year i make resolutions on this site and call them "yearly goals" or similar.
But I have become old fashioned in between and thought I might as well call it what it is 🙃
What do I want to achieve in this life?
I just learned an important lesson today. Or maybe not a lesson, since it's not a factual thing I have learned.
2021 - goals of the year that passed
First of all, I learned that the 6 goals I had are too many. I couldn't remember them all.
These were the goals:
So many new thoughts lately.
I feel like I should have written them down, and now they are all over the place flying around in my brain.
I keep getting back to this idea of mapping a 40 year plan for my professional life (until I am 70).
Like a master plan for my career.
I have been inspired a lot lately and gained new passions faster than I could properly get into and "finish" current passions. Having less free time than ever is not a super handy cocktail. So to clear my head and be able to grasp all the ideas that fly around in my head, here goes the list of those things.
In no particular order or priority.
This is the post where I look at how my personal development in 2020 went and where I make my new years resolutions for 2021.
The goals for 2020 were to
- Finally start my Thinkers Club
- Learn about our climate crisis
- And start doing something about it personally
It's a word that has crossed my mind a lot lately.
And the reason is simple.