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Ethan Evans Podcast

Sep 29, 2020

I spent a long time getting to retirement... now what? What about for you? What do you want out of life? What are your goals? While this is a simple question the answer is not an easy one. What you want today is not what you might want tomorrow. As your life changes, your goals change. In this video I talk about the goals he set for himself 10 years ago. Some were achieved, some are no longer relevant and need to be changed, and some still need to be achieved. Regardless of whether or not you have achieved all your goals, the important part is taking the time to write down what is important to you and devising a plan on how to achieve those goals. ______________________________________________________________________________ Questions Discussed - Should you establish plans on how to complete your goals? - How do short-term goals differ from long-term goals? - If you could be 20 again, how would you figure out how to make certain things short term goals vs long term goals? - What are your goals for next 10 years? Do you plan on taking more risks? - If you could be a fresh college grad again, what would you do differently when setting goals? - Would you change your spending in your mid 20s knowing your income levels now? - How do you set life goals when you don’t know what to do with your life? - Define your view on what the difference is between Arrogance and Confidence? - For the goals you completed, what are you the proudest of? - What goal did you not complete but wish you did? - How do I know when to search for a partner? - Should I take the plunge buying a house or hold for an economic collapse? - Any advice for someone who wants to start going to school in their 30's?