As for my dream..I'm hoping to become an animal behaviorist, and more specifically, to work with young horses teaching them in the ways of Natural Horsemanship so they get the right start in life. Besides that, I'd like to work as a volunteer in a shelter or rescue to help make cats with behavioral problems suitable for rehoming again and giving stray kittens the right socialization from the get-go so they do not end up in the shelter again.
I want to have lived in at least a handful of different countries before I hit 40. Want to travel extensively. I can't die before I visit : most of Eastern Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Washington state and California, Peru, Northern Africa and Scandinavia. And a slew of other countries
I want to work in game development (game design in particular) and eventually be the project lead on something that will feel special to me (hopefully materializing some of the ideas I've dissected over the past 10 years).
You could say, a family, is a goal too. But not in the sense I will actively pursue it if it doesn't happen naturally. This should go without saying, only it doesn't, really, judging by the number of divorces and divided families everywhere.
I think that pretty much sums it up. Oh, and if I could change something about myself, it would be my laziness, hands down. I would like to be able to work even for things that don't immediately seem to be valuable.
i've always got ideas kickin around in there...i need some inspiration....not sure.
i think about opening a business...i think about doing artistic photography and traveling around...i feel like i should do something more worthwhile...but i'm not sure what.
It's not easy to run your own business, but if you have the discipline and aren't too scared of paperwork (or at least, that's how it works over here), it's very much worth it, with all the freedom you gain
My dream is to write superhero comics and then segway that into childrens' books/cartoons that don't feature infuriatingly anti-feminist characters. I want to change the face of childrens' television so that little girls have characters they can look up to on TV.
QUESTION 1A: What do you want to do?
ANSWER 1A: Occupationally, I would like to be a motivational speaker. I have been kicking around the idea of developing a "Well Rounded Person" curriculum to include things as obvious as (1) Exercise, (2) Nutrition, (3) Personal Finance, (4) Self Discovery, (5) Basics of Criminal Law and Tort Law, (6) Organization, (7) Basic Fashion Sense, and (8) Personal Analytical Tool Kit aka How to Solve Problems that You Run Into or Create for Yourself.
QUESTION 1B: Where do you hope to be in 10, 15, 20 years?
ANSWER 1B: Teaching the course above to individuals, families, groups, or organizations/corporations. I would deliver a stripped down version of it for free to kids at local schools inbetween booked events.
QUESTION 2: If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
ANSWER 2: I can be impulsive. I can take things too literally and act on them to the effect of unintentionally pissing someone off. These two things I seek to improve over time, my clay is still wet, I am able to grow and to change.